WTFD Celebrates National Fire Prevention Week

The Washington Township Fire Department is teaming up with the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Fire Prevention Week, October 9-15, 2022. This year’s FPW campaign, “Fire won’t wait. Plan your escape”, works to educate everyone about simple but …Read More

Food & Personal Care Products Drive May 1-15

Please help support the Dublin Food Pantry by donating non-perishable, unopened, unexpired food & personal care items at the Township Administration Building (6200 Eiterman Rd. Dublin) in the entryway marked Town Hall (please do not drop off donations at the Fire Stations). Most needed …Read More

Friends by the fire

Fire pits are allowed in Dublin as long as the fire container is at least 15 feet from any structure or burnable surface and the size of the fire does not exceed three feet wide by two feet high. Avoid burning during windy conditions …Read More

Heart attack symptoms less obvious for women

You may think you know the common symptoms of a heart attack, but most people cite the symptoms that males commonly have, which include pain, pressure or discomfort in the chest and difficulty breathing. For women, symptoms are not as obvious and therefore, are often dismissed …Read More

Stay within your limits when shoveling

Shoveling snow can be taxing, even if you are fit and in good health. If you aren’t used to strenuous activity or have a health condition that could increase your risk of an injury or serious medical event, you may need to refrain from …Read More

Don’t attempt to rescue your pet from ice

No one wants to see their pet in danger. So when dogs venture out over snow-covered ice that is camouflaging the water below, it’s no wonder people go after them. Sometimes, dogs have already fallen through  the ice, making the rescue attempt even more …Read More

How old is your heart?

Unfortunately, we don’t have any control over our chronological age, but we can impact, to some degree, the age of our heart. Body mass index, blood pressure, smoking and diabetes can impact the “age” of your heart. Aging is difficult enough without the added …Read More

Gardening encourages healthy eating

The garden planning and seed selection process can be a fun exercise for families looking for new activities that encourage physical activity, time outdoors, science inquiry, and healthy eating. That’s right–healthy eating. Research has shown that when children help choose which vegetables to grow …Read More

Take a hike with Metro Parks

The Franklin County Metro Parks Winter Hikes are self-guided this year. Hike through 18 different parks with a variety of trail lengths and difficulty levels. Record your hikes in your own Ticket to Travel booklet which can be downloaded here. Visitors can hike in …Read More

Feed the birds

The type of feed you offer in your bird feeders will dictate which feathered friends visit. The experts at Bird Watcher’s Digest have compiled a list of birds and the type of food that attracts them. And If you are looking for a suet recipe that is …Read More