Cary Elwes, as Westley, and Robin Wright, as Buttercup, in the 1987 Rob Reiner-helmed film, The Princess Bride.
The Yellow Springs Bahá’í junior youth group will host an outdoor screening of the film The Princess Bride on Saturday, June 22, as a fundraiser for the Senior Center.Click here to read more >>
Eco•Mental is encouraging villagers to bring all unwanted electronics the first Saturday of each month for recycling.[More]
The Village will contact those who swam in the Gaunt Park pool from last Wednesday to its closing late Friday afternoon to alert them that herbicides had been applied inappropriately Wednesday morning to the grass around the pool.[More]
On June 12, 2013, the Village staff applied an herbicide to the clover in the grassy area around the pool, forcing closure.[More]
Sculptor Alice Robrish— Exploring identity with ceramics
On June 14, Alice Robrish’s show, “Who Are We?,” will open at the Yellow Springs Arts Council Gallery on Corry Street.
Teens gather to make art with henna
A workshop on natural henna art for ages 12-18 will be held today, Monday, June 10 from 6:30-7:30 p.m.
YS-Opoly to host pre-launch party
A YS-Opoly pre-launch party for the new customized game about the village will take place on Sunday, June 2, at AUM.
Village Schools (archives)
2013 Mills Lawn School Sixth Grade Clap-out
For the younger residents of the school, it's just the end of another grade. For the oldest, it's the end of a world they've known since kindergarten.
Congrats Class of 2013!
Congratulations Yellow Springs High School class of 2013!
Basketball coach Brad Newsome retires— Winning games, molding men
Some basketball coaches are just coaches, their influence confined to the court. Brad Newsome was the other kind. In his 16 years coaching Yellow Springs High School boys basketball, Newsome not only crafted athletes, he molded men.
Pig Wings take flight this weekend
For Tomaz and Margaret Williams, ministering and cooking have a lot in common.
Business brings foot fashion to YS
Yellow Springs is known for many unique products, but fashionable shoes isn’t one of them. Elaine Chappelle is trying to change that with her new boutique shoe store, Sweet Sanaa.
Ohio Brass & Electric to play Home, Inc. benefit
Ohio Brass & Electric, a new local 11-piece horn band will play at the Home, Inc. benefit “Springs Soiree” on Friday, May 3.
Village Life (archives)
Explore downtown history
Local historian Robin Heise will lead a historical walking tour of downtown Yellow Springs on Sunday.
Come out to Pride weekend
The second annual Yellow Springs Pride Weekend, June 14–16, features a sidewalk parade downtown, educational talks and booths at the Bryan Center, late night parties with live music, DJs and drag troupes and a family-friendly potluck picnic at a park.
Little Art making strides
The Little Art Theatre renovation has made big strides over the past two weeks.
Emergency Council meeting on pool closure
The Yellow Springs Village Council will hold an emergency meeting on Sunday morning, June 16 at 9 a.m. in Council chambers to discuss the pool closing yesterday due to herbicide application.
Downtown lighting gets a makeover
New streetlights were installed on Xenia Avenue last week, and will be installed on Dayton Street soon.
A new lighting look downtown
Villagers who venture downtown this week may notice that the Village electric crew finished installing three street lamps at the north end of downtown.
Rae Dewey memorial
A memorial for longtime villager Rae Dewey will be held Thursday, July 4, at 2:00 p.m. at the Glen Helen Building.
Patricia E. Johnston, age 92 of Fairborn, passed away Saturday, June 8, in the Trinity Community of Beavercreek.
Trista Mae Lindstrom
Trista Mae Lindstrom of Yellow Springs passed away unexpectedly Saturday, June 1, at Greene Memorial Hospital. She was 17.
Higher Education (archives)
Roosevelt envisions ‘Antioch village’
As the only liberal arts college in the country in the process of starting up, Antioch College must find new and better ways of operating, and the village of Yellow Springs could play a pivotal role.
Midwest, union still at odds
Almost two years have passed since Antioch University Midwest and its 13-member union staff began negotiating a new contract, which is yet to be reconciled. After dozens of meetings and mediation sessions, last month Midwest gave the union a deadline of Friday, May 24, to accept its best final offer. According to representatives of United [...]
BLOG – Garden Time!
The nooks and crannies throughout the Village that often get overlooked. Today’s blog is showcasing a few pictures from last weekend at Antioch's Farm and from the community garden at Bill Duncan Park last summer.
Former basketball coach Charlie Coles— A coach like no other
Charlie Coles will be remembered as the longtime Miami University men’s basketball coach who earned more wins than any other coach in school history. But before he became a college coaching legend, Coles was a basketball hero in Yellow Springs.
What an opening night at t-ball!
Oh, what a night! Lily Rainey, 9, Kian Rainey, 4, and Veda Rainey, 2, Amy Boblitt and Brian Rainey’s kids, are there when I show up, ready and raring to go.
Local basketball legend dies
Before Charlie Coles coached at Miami University, he set records in Yellow Springs. Coles died Friday.