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Esha and Arya Cyril, juniors at The Quarry Lane School in Dublin and competitive racquetball players, have received a Real Racquetball Champions award from USA Racquetball for their fundraising efforts on behalf of the organization.

DUBLIN — The city council has taken another step toward its commitment to a renewable and carbon-free footprint.

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REGIONAL — As anti-incarceration advocates slammed the Alameda County Sheriff's Office for a recent spike of COVID-19 cases among inmates and staff inside the Santa Rita Jail in Dublin, jail officials said Monday that quarantining and other procedures have slowed the spread.

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Two people were killed and a third person was critically injured early Sunday when their car burst into flames following a crash on the 680 Freeway in Dublin, authorities said.

DUBLIN — Police are looking into whether a man charged recently with killing 9-year-old Michaela Garecht in Hayward in 1988 is linked to the unsolved disappearance of Ilene Beth Misheloff, a Dublin teenager believed abducted on her way home from school and never seen again.

DUBLIN — Gun owners in Dublin will soon be required to take additional measures to secure firearms inside their homes under a new city ordinance that seeks to curb access to firearms and reduce the risk of unintentional shootings and firearm suicides.

The Dublin San Ramon Services District, which provides water and wastewater services to 188,000 people in Dublin, San Ramon, and Pleasanton, has decided to appoint someone to fill a vacancy on the board of directors after nobody ran for the position in the general election.

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 Police were awaiting autopsy results this week to determine whether a strong pain killer responsible for a rise in overdose deaths across the nation caused the death of a maintenance worker Dec. 23 at Fallon Middle School in Dublin.Police said the drug fentanyl was found at the scene.The vi…

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DUBLIN — A drug suspect released from the Santa Rita Jail in Dublin on Monday found a unique way to head toward freedom — he allegedly stole a Sheriff's Office golf cart, authorities said.

A Dublin Recreation Department exhibit at Heritage Park featured a Kolb ranch tractor and hay wagon on Saturday, Dec. 5. The City of Dublin’s Santa Drive-thru Meet and Greet wound through the Dublin Civic Center parking lot that day, featuring displays of city services and civic organization…

A large Christmas tree recently went up in Dublin City Hall’s lobby. The festive forest dweller is adorned with glittery shamrocks and colorful ornaments. For a list of the city’s upcoming holiday events, visit https://bit.ly/3qcwEQp. (Photos - Doug Jorgensen)

DUBLIN — The city council unanimously voted during its Nov. 24 meeting to place $200,000 from its general fund into a countywide emergency microloan program.

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Esha and Arya Cyril (seen left and right) are twin sisters in their junior year at The Quarry Lane School in Dublin. They are among 24 finalists for this year’s RareVoice Awards, presented by the EveryLife Foundation to honor volunteers who advocate at the state and national level for those …

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Biking, baking, and gardening - are they all things that we can do to make Dublin enjoyable?

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DUBLIN — A 17-year-old Dublin High School student who helped organize a "traveling sign garden" outside Dublin City Hall this week said controversy over the event appeared to increase attendance and bring more attention to its focus — keeping the Black Lives Matter movement on people's minds.

The City of Dublin is seeking applicants to fill vacancies on the Heritage & Cultural Arts Commission, Human Services Commission, Parks & Community Services Commission, Planning Commission, and the Senior Center Advisory Committee.

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Hrihan Agarwal and Krish Shitole play on the public art sculpture, “Arachnicat” by Colin Selig, in Dublin's newly opened Clover Park in the Irongate neighborhood. The park is two acres and serves as an important link between adjacent neighborhoods, parks, and recreational activities. Its ope…

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Hope Hospice, which provides care for those with a terminal illness, has begun recognizing former service members with a patriotic lapel pin that can be worn or placed in a bedside stand.

The City of Dublin recently took a hard look at its affordable housing and plans to review final recommendations once staff compiles its next report.

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The West Dublin Alliance (WDA) announced this week that the lawsuit against the City of Dublin and Valley Christian Center (VCC) was officially settled on Sept. 28.

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A design from KTGY Architecture + Planning for the luxury Dublin development of Tassajara Hills was among the finalists in the 43rd Annual Major Achievement in Marketing Excellence Awards sponsored by the Building Industry Association of the Bay Area.

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The Dublin Unified School District held groundbreaking ceremonies this week for Emerald High School, scheduled to open in the fall of 2021.

Three candidates are on the ballot for Dublin Mayor — Vice Mayor Arun Goel, Councilmember and former Vice Mayor Melissa Hernandez, and Regina Pangelinan.

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Dublin Pride Week, the City of Dublin’s annual week-long series of events, which promotes volunteerism and environmental awareness, will be held virtually this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The former Alameda County sheriff's lieutenant who used chains to tether a 20-year-old Fremont man to a cell door in the Santa Rita Jail in Dublin admitted during an investigation that he made an "epic mistake" that resulted in the man's suicide. A department report concluded the lieutenant …