Week in Review: Freeze Fatality; Banks Robbed; East Dublin Discussed; White Bow Mystery

A look at some of last week's stories in Dublin.

Nelson Mandela, Freedom Fighter, Statesman, Dead at 95. Assemblywoman Nancy Skinner says Mandela's example will live on forever.

Sprouts & Shutters: Cafe Art's Short Move. Find out where the ceramic store has moved.

January Court Date for School Volunteer Accused of Embezzlement, Grant Theft. Jaylene Leslie, accused of embezzling $38,000 from the Parent Faculty Club at Dougherty.

City Council Votes to Study Proposal From Developer for East Dublin. The CEO of Summerhill Homes says he is "excited about plans to be moving forward."

Baby, It's Cold(er) Outside: Freeze Warning Issued. Low temperatures around 32 degrees are predicted tonight for the Tri-Valley.

Cold Snap Freezes Water Pipes.

Homeless Man Found Dead in Dublin, Coroner Investigating Hypothermia. If hypothermia is the culprit, the Dublin man will be the fifth Bay Area resident in two weeks to die from exposure to the cold.

Dublin Police Seeking Bank of America Robbery Suspect.

Man With 'Brian Wilson' Beard Robs Chase Bank.

Police Log: Thefts; Vandalism; Child Abuse. Local man in motorcycle fatality, and more from Nov. 24 to 30.

Fast-Food Workers Go on Strike. Fast-food workers in 100 cities say they will strike on Thursday for higher wages.

Week Ahead: YMCA Santa Breakfast; Marionette Show for Kids; Civic Center Tree Lighting. Things to do around Dublin this week: Dec. 2 to 8.

Why Are Residents Hanging White Bows Around Dublin?

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