Dublin News

Hometown Wanderlust: DubJam Part 1

Hometown Wanderlust is an adventurous, weekly blog featuring one girl’s experiences with food, music, shopping, biking and life in general around Dublin GA. This week, Dublin GA’s favorite redhead immerses herself in #GeorgiaMusic during an all day acoustic music festival, DubJam! The Day It’s the beginning of June…the beginning of a long, hot summer and the […]

Four Dublin Restaurants listed on Georgia’s “100 Plates Locals Love”

ATLANTA, May 25, 2016— Four Dublin restaurants have been awarded the 2016/2017 “100 Plates Locals Love” distinction by Georgia Department of Economic Development’s Tourism division (GDEcD). Georgia Tourism’s second annual list of “100 Plates Locals Love” is featured in the state’s culinary guide, Georgia Eats. The restaurants included in this list are Company Supply, Deano’s […]

Hometown Wanderlust: Splash Pad

Hometown Wanderlust: Splash Pad Hometown Wanderlust is a brand new, adventurous, weekly blog featuring one girl’s experiences with food, music, shopping, biking and life in general around Dublin GA. This week, Dublin GA’s favorite redhead discovers the Southern Pines Splash Pad. Season Spring sneaks away quietly. You don’t notice it at first, one day just leads […]

Hometown Wanderlust: Friday Night Part 2

Hometown Wanderlust is a brand new, adventurous, weekly blog featuring one girl’s experiences with food, music, shopping, biking and life in general around Dublin GA. This week, Dublin GA’s favorite redhead experiences a Friday night full of feeling. Continued It’s the middle of an incredible, emotional, musical evening. All the singing, dancing, walking and chatting participating […]

Hometown Wanderlust: Friday Night

Hometown Wanderlust is a brand new, adventurous, weekly blog featuring one girl’s experiences with food, music, shopping, biking and life in general around Dublin GA. This week, Dublin GA’s favorite redhead experiences a Friday night full of feeling. Friday Night Friday night in a small town can go many different ways. This particular weekend’s events were […]

Hometown Wanderlust MLK Monument Groundbreaking

Hometown Wanderlust is a brand new, adventurous, weekly blog featuring one girl’s experiences with food, music, shopping, biking and life in general around Dublin GA. This week, Dublin GA’s favorite redhead experiences a bit of history in the making during the MLK Monument Groundbreaking. It’s the beginning of a brand new week. What better way to search […]

Hometown Wanderlust: Dublin History Museum

Hometown Wanderlust is a brand new, adventurous, weekly blog featuring one girl’s experiences with food, music, shopping, biking and life in general around Dublin GA. This week, Dublin GA’s favorite redhead discovers the Dublin History Museum. Restless It’s been a pretty dreary week. Have had some weather, been under the weather… one of those weeks. Restful […]

Dublin Partners Awarded Georgia Tourism Product Development Grants

New grants will provide financial support for three tourism projects in Dublin ATLANTA, March 14, 2016 – Downtown Development Authority, City of Dublin, Dublin Laurens Recreation Authority & Visit Dublin GA announced today that they have been awarded combined total of $15,000 by the Georgia Department of Economic Development’s (GDEcD) Tourism division to fund three […]

Design of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Monument Announced in Dublin GA

Construction to begin in January January 15, 2016 Dublin, GA Visit Dublin GA and the Downtown Development Authority announced the completion of design work on a new monument marking the site of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr’s first public speech in downtown Dublin, Georgia. King delivered his first public address on April 17, 1944, at First […]

Dublin First African Baptist Church Pursues National Register Listing

Cheers were raised during a recent meeting of the committee working towards recognition of Dublin’s First African Baptist Church and its national historic prominence. On July 27, 2015 , the Georgia Department of Natural Resources Historic Preservation Division stated in a letter that the Dublin church “appeared to meet the criteria for listing in the National […]