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 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.
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.
The City of Dublin will open its Senior Center (7600 Amador Valley Blvd.) from Sunday, Sept. 27, to Tuesday, Sept. 29, noon to 8 p.m., as temperatures are expected to rise again this weekend.
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.
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 …
Residents of Dublin will have an opportunity to be tested for COVID-19 antibodies while donating blood from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., on Friday, Sept. 4.
As schools across the country begin a new academic year under the shadow of a global pandemic, educators at the Alameda County Santa Rita Jail in Dublin are also confronting their own challenges to continue access to education behind bars for more than 300 adult students.
The Dublin City Council reversed its previous “with-prejudice” rejection of the controversial At Dublin development project in favor of a “without-prejudice” vote.
The impact of the death of George Floyd and other black Americans who died at the hands of police spurred Dublin Unified School District (DUSD) to declare a bold new initiative.
The Dublin-based Diversity Inclusion Alliance will restart its dialogue on the “Elimination of All Prejudice and Racism” in a virtual meeting on Thursday, Sept. 3.
Claire Song, a sophomore-to-be at Dublin High School, recently gave a virtual presentation on the coronavirus and herd immunity at the annual Global Health Leaders Conference sponsored by Johns Hopkins University.
The City of Dublin has seen explosive growth in the last two decades, presenting a challenge to its schools in terms of keeping pace with a growing student population.
Construction Takes Place at Dublin High School. The result will be a brand-new engineering and science building. (Photos – Doug Jorgensen)
Rep. Eric Swalwell this week took part in a movement sweeping the nation to shore up funding for the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) in advance of the Nov. 3 general election, in which mail-in voting is expected to offer a critically important option for the 180 million Americans eligible to vote…
The City of Dublin will open its Senior Center (7600 Amador Valley Blvd.), Friday, Aug. 14, through Sunday, Aug. 16, noon to 8 p.m., as temperatures are expected to rise above 100 degrees this weekend.
The City of Dublin has announced that registration is now underway for L.I.V.E ‘n’ Rec (Learning in a Virtual Environment), a new program to provide support for working parents with children in first to fifth grades. This six-week program will run from Aug. 17 through Sept. 25. The program m…
An Alameda County Sheriff’s employee has been charged with supplying methamphetamine to a prisoner at the Santa Rita Jail in Dublin for sale to other inmates.
The City of Dublin distributed approximately $520,000 in loans to 65 local businesses to help them remain open and viable during the COVID-19 recession.
Join the City of Dublin in supporting the American Red Cross at a Community Blood Drive on Friday, Sept. 4, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the Dublin Library (200 Civic Plaza).
The Dublin Unified School District (DUSD), which serves over 12,900 students from preschool through adult education in a diverse suburban environment, is honoring a diverse group of nearly 70 staff members - some for their years of service and others as they retire.
In a special meeting held last week, July 9, the Dublin City Council took a deep dive into its police policies and initiated a subcommittee comprised of two councilmembers.
A Dublin High School senior-to-be has created a podcast to address the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic has had on students, especially their mental health, as they deal with the pressures of closed schools, distance learning, college applications, cancellation of standardized testing, limi…
After an on-again, off-again delay, Dublin teachers welcomed the raise that the teachers union had ratified and signed on May 11, thanks to an agreement between Gov. Gavin Newsom and the Legislature on June 22 that will provide the money enabling Dublin to make the raises.
Teachers and students from the Pathways Program at Murray Elementary School in Dublin recently participated in a food drive to benefit Tri-Valley Haven, a vital community resource serving adults and children who have experienced domestic or economic upheaval.
Despite calls to defund the police, the Alameda County Board of Supervisors voted 3-2 last week to increase funding for the Sheriff’s Office and Santa Rita Jail by $18 million.