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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
Wife of Orlando nightclub shooter thrown in solitary

Noor Salman, 30, will be returned to Florida to face trial by the end of April, can disclose In the meantime, Salman, whose husband Mateen shot and killed 49 people in Pulse nightclub last June, is being held at Santa Rita 'mega jail' in California Salman's room has a window with a view of the parking lot and she is given a meal of rice and chicken three times a day through a slot in the cell door According to Sgt.

Woman, 23, arrested in Union City parking lot rampage

Hayward resident Jessica Malicoat, 23, was held without bail at Santa Rita Jail in Dublin following a rampage in a Walmart parking lot in Union City, police said. Hayward resident Jessica Malicoat, 23, was held without bail at Santa Rita Jail in Dublin following a rampage in a Walmart parking lot in Union City, police said.

Photos: Dublin's annual St. Patrick's Day Parade

Madelynn, 8, left, and Samantha, 5, right, Gunning, of San Ramon, watch the annual Dublin St. Patrick's Day parade in Dublin, Calif., on Saturday, March 18, 2017. A day full of events starts with the parade and continues throughout the day with food, entertainment and fun for all ages at Civic Center Plaza.

Dublin: Mega water park 'The Wave' set to open in May

The $36 million aquatic park that was being built during one of the state's worst droughts finally has an opening date this May. Construction of the 31,000 square-foot aquatics center, called "The Wave" at Emerald Glen Park, is set to finish this month and will have a grand opening May 27 following a May 19 ribbon cutting ceremony. The timing of the facility, which will use about 480,000 gallons of water to fill its multiple pools, slides and splashy playground, gathered the attention of many while California experienced one of the worst droughts in decades.

Officials praise I-580 express lanes for first-year results

Looking westbound at the I-580 express lanes from Collier Canyon Road in Dublin, where Alameda County leaders gathered this week to comment to the media on the results from the lanes' first year of operation. Interstate 580's toll express lanes through the Tri-Valley marked their one-year anniversary last month, and so far, the numbers show they're providing much-needed traffic congestion relief as planned, according to Alameda County officials.

Man gets 40 years after kidnap victim describes a hella

This June, 2015 file booking photo released by the Dublin, Calif., Police Department shows Matthew Muller after he was arrested on robbery and assault charges. Muller, a disbarred Harvard University-trained attorney, faces decades in prison when he is sentenced Thursday, March 16, 2017, for a kidnapping so elaborate and bizarre that police in California initially dismissed it as a hoax.

Report: I-580 express lanes reduce congestion, speed up traffic

Motorists in the express lanes on Interstate 580 in Alameda County are traveling roughly 10 mph faster than drivers in other lanes, according to new data released Thursday. Commuters have used the lanes more than 7.6 million times since they opened to motorists last year, officials with the Alameda County Transportation Commission said.

Irish spirit: Dublin set to welcome 80,000 revelers for St. Patrick's Day celebration

Aaron Shaw from The Wicked Tinkers plays the bagpipe during a previous St. Patrick's Day celebration in Dublin. The city is preparing to welcome 80,000 visitors for this weekend's festivities.

Disbarred lawyer faces sentencing in kidnap once called hoax

Matthew Muller, a disbarred Harvard University-trained attorney, ... . FILE - This June, 2015 file booking photo released by the Dublin, Calif., Police Department shows Matthew Muller after he was arrested on robbery and assault charges.

From Molly Malone's to the Forum: Flogging Molly's Dave King on his life in Irish music

In the mid-1990s, a Dublin-born singer and songwriter named Dave King began performing with a group of friends one night a week at Molly Malone's, the durable Irish pub on Fairfax Avenue. Their sound set thoughts of love, work and home against a roughed-up version of traditional Irish music, and before long the band - called Flogging Molly, in tribute to the bar - was releasing critically acclaimed albums and taking its Celtic punk around the world.

Norovirus Outbreak Sickens Students in Dublin: Report

A reported norovirus outbreak at Dublin Elementary School has raised the alarm for parents and county health officials, the East Bay Times reported . At least one child from the elementary school has been diagnosed with the illness and dozens more on Tuesday reportedly stayed home from school after experiencing symptoms, a Dublin Unified School District spokesperon told the newspaper.

Dublin: Big sewer project to disrupt traffic

Traffic will be disrupted in parts of Dublin and Pleasanton for long periods from June through October this year during the $8.5 million rehabilitation of a major sewer pipeline.

Rep. Eric Swalwell wants an independent probe into the Trump...

This is Essential Politics, our daily look at California political and government news. Here's what we're watching right now: Northern California Rep. Eric Swalwell really wants an independent investigation into President Donald Trump and his administration's ties to Russia.

Local Happenings: St. Pat's Day breakfast at Dublin firehouse

Please email Valley Journal and Times-Herald calendar items at least two weeks in advance of when they occur to and type "calendar item" in the subject line, or call 510-208 6451. Shakespeare Goes To Gravel: 8 p.m. Sunol Glen School Auditorium, 11601 Main St., Sunol.

Dublin water board to spend money to attract candidates

A water board for Dublin and part of San Ramon is going to spend money to encourage people to run against board incumbents in future elections. Frustrated that no challengers stepped forward to run against incumbents in the last two elections, the Dublin San Ramon Services District Board approved several measures Wednesday to drum up interest in board races.

Dublin: Teens to publish a Privileged, Not Perfecta book

Aditya Gantawar attends an elite private school, but when it comes to teen angst, he says he is just like any other 14 year old. He feared being a social outcast, he said, as he bounced around from school to school while his family moved.

Around San Ramon: Rent, online competition do in Bay Books

The story of San Ramon's Bay Books ends sadly for the beloved new and used bookstore tucked in Diablo Plaza Shopping Center. After about 30 years in business, its final chapter will be at the end of April, leaving many voracious readers and lovers of books wondering where to turn after the doors close .

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