February 2016

The Advocate Staff February 2016

To our valued Dublin Advocate readers: Here is the February 2016 issue — all news worthy for Dubliners and neighbors. Read online, or open the pdf from the Current Month link to view the original in color. Request an email reminder when the issue goes live each month from DublinAdvocate@gmail.com. Warrant Articles for Town Meeting […]

  • January 2016

    The Advocate Staff January 2016
    DCS concert

    Construction Projects Update The proposed crosswalk and Charcoal Road bridge are still in the running. By Sterling Abram Some of you are wondering, no doubt, what has happened to two projects that were to be done in 2015. The construction phase of two projects, the TE (Transportation Enhancement) and SRTS (Safe Routes to School) were […]

  • December 2015

    The Advocate Staff December 2015
    Lib Trustee team

    So Many Ways to Ring In the Holiday Traditional Tree Lighting in Dublin — Chief Vanderbilt and the Fire Department will turn the lights on the Dublin Christmas Tree between the Fire Station and Yankee on Friday, December 4, at 6 pm. Expect a special surprise visit from the fellow from the North Pole. Christmas […]

  • November 2015

    The Advocate Staff November 2015
    Trees People Town Barn

    What’s in a Name? The history behind the naming of Cobb Meadow Road. By Felicity Pool Go back through town records and you can find a lot of Cobbs: as many as 54 in the History of Dublin Index of Persons [The History of Dublin, by Leonard and Seward, was published in 1920.] That number […]

  • October 2015

    The Advocate Staff October 2015
    Gas - Sign for Meet

    Making This Country Great By Diddie Staples The 2015 Dublin Gas Engine Meet, held over a lovely weekend in mid-September, showcased a wide variety of beautiful antique one-lunger engines, 50 antique tractors and more than 20 antique vehicles. There was a tractor parade on Saturday afternoon. The working machinery included a shingle mill, corn chopper, […]