April 2014

The Advocate Staff April 2014

To our valued Dublin Advocate readers: Here is the April 2014 issue — all news worthy for Dubliners and neighbors. Please scroll down to read online, or you can open the pdf from the Current Month link to view the photos in color in the original layout. Online signups not available, but you can request […]

  • March 2014

    The Advocate Staff March 2014
    Selectmen Sterling Abram, Charlie Champagne, and Sturdy Thomas. Photo by Sherry Miller, Town Administrator

    Articles on 2014 Town Warrant By Ramona Branch Dublin residents will let their voices be heard at Town Meeting in mid March. The Warrant for 2014 includes 28 articles. Seven articles pertain to zoning ordinance changes /additions and will be voted on by ballot on Tuesday, March 11, at Town Hall. The remaining articles will […]

  • February 2014

    The Advocate Staff February 2014
    Photo by Brie Morrissey of BLM Photography

    WinterFest: February 8 at DCS Join your neighbors for a frosty day of fun. By Jen Bergeron The Dublin Recreation Committee invites you to our annual WinterFest celebration on Saturday, February 8, from 11 am to 2 pm at the Dublin Consolidated School. Join us for a day of winter fun! We will have music […]

  • January 2014

    The Advocate Staff January 2014
    The portrait of Beech Hill Founder John Supple painted by Richard Whitney in 1978. Photo by Rick Swanson, Historical Society of Cheshire County.

    Portrait of Beech Hill Founder John Supple Returns to Dublin By Russell Bastedo On April 28, 1948, John “Johnny Appleseed” Supple and a partner purchased a large manor house on Beech Hill, above Dublin Lake. Two days later Beech Hill Farm, Inc., was formed as a retreat where recovering alcoholics could come to stay, and […]

  • December 2013

    The Advocate Staff December 2013
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    Join in the Holiday Spirit with Your Dublin Neighbors The Dublin Recreation Committee invites you to our annual Holiday Night at 6:30 pm on Friday, December 6th. Meet us at the front of the parking lot between the Fire Department and Yankee Publishing (facing Main Street) as we “throw the switch” for the traditional Christmas […]