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A suburb of the San Francisco Bay region Dublin is named after Dublin Ireland. The city is currently home to Sybase Inc and Washington Mutual Bank. Local landmarks include the Murray schoolhouse, Green's Store, and Old St. Raymond's Church, built in 1859. The show Mythbusters, from the Discover Channel, has filmed more than twenty five episodes in the Dublin area. The city also hosts an annual Saint Patrick's Day parade, bringing in visitors from the surrounding area.

Population: 50000
Local Newspapers: The Tri-Valley Herald
Local Sports Teams: Oakland Raiders and A's Sacramento Kings
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Zip Codes associated with dublin, california: 94568
Towns/Cities near dublin, california : Dougherty Pleasanton Radum Livermore

Dublin News
Spotlight on the Community, December 2017

Ben Stern of Berkeley, a 95-year-old Holocaust survivor who marched with Bay Area rabbis at the front of a counterprotest to a planned white supremacist rally in his hometown in late August, received the James Joyce Award in Dublin, Ireland, on Oct. 26. "Near Normal Man," a documentary about Stern directed and produced by his daughter, Charlene, was screened prior to his acceptance speech at University College Dublin, which also honored him with membership in its Literary and Historical Society. As noted at the ceremony, the award was given to Stern "in recognition of his life of inspiration, courage [and] hope that elevates the humanity of all who learn from his example."

Jury fails to reach verdict in trial of man charged with double murder

A jury has failed to reach a verdict in the trial of a 34-year-old Dubliner, charged with murdering two men, who were on their way to sell him a car they'd stolen. A jury has failed to reach a verdict in the trial of a 34-year-old Dubliner, charged with murdering two men, who were on their way to sell him a car they'd stolen.

Recall notices served over backlash to growth, school overcrowding in Dublin

Dublin Elementary School teacher Deborah Lloyd, right, and parent Terri Dyer, left, take part in a rally and candlelight outside the Dublin Unified School District office in Dublin, Calif., on Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2017. Teachers, parents and students then marched from Dublin High School to attend the school board meeting.

2 Teens Charged With Murder in Shooting of Man Over Phone

Two 18-year-old men have been charged with murder in the fatal shooting of a 32-year-old Redwood City man while he was trying to sell a cellphone to them at a gas station in unincorporated San Leandro last month, Alameda County sheriff's officials said. Marcus Fortune, a San Leandro resident and the alleged shooter, was arrested in his hometown last Thursday and Jordan Patton, the alleged accomplice, was arrested outside his San Francisco home on Nov. 19, according to Deputy Kurtis Imperial.

Police reports: Concord, Clayton, Pleasant Hill, Martinez, Nov. 22-29

Commercial burglary: A 19-year-old Concord man was arrested at 1:28 a.m. in the 1700 block of West Street on suspicion of commercial burglary. Possession: At 3:03 p.m., a Dublin man, 30, was arrested on suspicion of possessing a controlled substance in the 1800 block of Harrison Street.

Dublin seeks to improve its downtown

The plan, called "Walk. Gather. Connect. Reimaging Our Downtown Streets," is designed to improve the streetscape and provide a better pedestrian experience.

Santa Rita inmate found dead in cell

An inmate at the Santa Rita jail in Dublin was found dead early Tuesday morning in his cell, according to the Alameda County Sheriff's office. The sheriff's office said while conducting an inmate count around 3 a.m., deputies found the man unresponsive in his cell at the maximum-security housing unit located at 5325 Broder Blvd. According to the sheriff's office, medical staff from the jail and Alameda County Fire-Paramedics responded to the inmate's cell and immediately began life saving measures to no avail.

Swalwell holding last town hall of year Saturday

Local U.S. Rep. Eric Swalwell will be holding his last town hall meeting of the year this Saturday in San Ramon. Local U.S. Rep. Eric Swalwell will host his last town hall of the year this Saturday in San Ramon, an event that will be preceded by a rally urging Swalwell to support articles of impeachment recently introduced against President Donald Trump.

City has 14 automated license plate reader systems, and now considers buying more

The police department is looking at spending several hundred thousand dollars to acquire more - and more sophisticated - license plate readers to monitor suspicious cars or vehicles linked to burglaries or other crimes. As they work on drawing up a proposal, Dublin police managers and city administrators said the use of automated readers since mid-2016 has been successful in fighting crime.

Group of teens strikes again in BART cellphone-snatching thefts

A mob of teenagers who brazenly snatch cellphones from people's hands on BART trains has struck again, BART police said. The incident occurred at the Coliseum BART station on Friday around 9:03 p.m. Two victims reported that their phones were grabbed by teens, who then ran away.

School board member facing threat of recall in Dublin

A community group is gearing up to get a school board member recalled after an outburst at a meeting, and a confrontation with a councilman. The group of Dublin residents will try to recall current school board member Dan Cunningham.

Petrol vapours found on burned body of one murder victim, court hears

The jury in a Louth double murder trial has heard that partly evaporated petrol vapour was found on a sample taken during the post-mortem examination of one of the bodies A forensic scientist gave the evidence to the Central Criminal Court today in the trial of a 34-year-old Dublin man, charged with murdering two car thieves. Jason O'Driscoll, with an address at Richmond Avenue, Fairview, has pleaded not guilty to murdering 31-year-old Anthony Burnett and 25-year-old Joseph Redmond in Co Louth on March 7th, 2012.

Around Pleasanton: Local women step up in face of Wine Country tragedy

With all the tragedies in the news, it's uplifting to hear how disasters also can bring out kindness in people. Last month when the fires were raging in Napa County, Pleasanton resident Joan Olguin, who is in her late 70s, said she couldn't stop crying as she watched the television.

Pop-up shop planned in December to let people give and receive presents

A coalition of Tri-Valley churches, nonprofit groups and businesses are turning holiday shopping on its head this season by creating a "pop-up" store where all the gifts - and even the gift wrap - are free. The concept behind the Holiday Pop-up Shop is simple: Low-income residents in need of holiday gifts register online, indicating specific items they want.

Plus: Sometimes using the Express Lane can pay off with time saved.

Apparently, some people think that they should be able to drive wherever and whenever they want, regardless of the effect on other people or the environment. I recognize that congestion is not a lot of fun for anyone.

Roadshow: I finally figured out this express lane stunt

20, 2010 for the early morning commute from 5:00 am to 8:00 am. Apparently, some people think that they should be able to drive wherever and whenever they want, regardless of the effect on other people or the environment.

Boy's injuries on 48-foot-tall water slide prompt $2.5M suit

The son of Susanna Jones and Ron Hayduk, Jamie, was injured after being ejected from a water slide at Dublin's The Wave Waterpark. The son of Susanna Jones and Ron Hayduk, Jamie, was injured after being ejected from a water slide at Dublin's The Wave Waterpark.

Royal Beauty

The following persons doing business as: ROYAL BEAUTY, 6911 MARIPOSA CIRCLE #204, DUBLIN, CA, 94568 ALAMEDA COUNTY, is hereby registered by the following owners: KISHA PRINCE,6911 MARIPOSA CIRCLE #204, DUBLIN, CA, 94568 AND VIVIAN PHILLIPS, 3811 MAYFIELD OAKS, HOUSTON, TX 77088. This business is conducted by a JOINT VENTURE and began transacting business under the fictitious business name listed herein on JANUARY 1, 2017.

Parents of Boy Hurt on Dublin Waterslide Suing the City

The Emerald Plunge water slide at the Wave Water Park in Dublin has been closed since a 10-year-old boy was injured on it in May. The parents of a 10-year-old boy injured in May after he was ejected from a Dublin waterslide are suing, according to the family's attorney. The boy was attending opening day of the Wave Water Park in Dublin on May 27, when he hydroplaned at the bottom of the Emerald Plunge, flew over the edge of the U-shaped slide and landed on a concrete barrier, the attorney said.

Geldof arrives in Dublin City Hall to return Freedom of the City in Aung San Suu Kyi protest

"It is a PR stunt to try and dissociate this city from a murder. I don't want to give this up, I'm really proud of it.

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