This week will have Dubliners and guests seeing green as the annual St. Patrick’s festivities begin tonight with the Little Miss Dublin Pageant at 7 p.m. in the Dublin Intermediate
T he public is invited to a “Pennies for the Park” dedication at the Dublin City Park, marking the completion of Dublin’s part of the $150,000 Texas Parks and Wildlife
“In my 32 years, this may be the worst scourge in usage,” said Dublin ISD Superintendent Rodney Schneider. “They’re marketed so heavily as good things.” Schneider was referring to e-cigarettes,
St. Patrick’s Day guests will once again be coming by land and air with the gyrocopter pilots joined by some future pilots in a group with a very prestigious heritage.
A clean-up day has been set Saturday to prepare downtown Dublin for the annual St. Patrick’s Day festivities. Dublin Historical Museum President and volunteer Ben Pate is asking volunteers to