My legs were pumping at a rate that suggested the Rabbit’s “I’m late, I’m late!” more than the dreamy, psychedelically mellowed Caterpillar. Every time I noticed how fast I was going, I slowed down. That’s all you can really do: notice, and let your grip go.Click here to read more >>
The Greene County Public Library Foundation will host “Books and Beer,” a fundraiser event, at Yellow Springs Brewery tomorrow night, Oct. 6, from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. The event will support the Dolly Parton Imagination Library program, which provides books for young children.[More]
Antioch University Seattle sold its building in downtown Seattle in order to begin leasing space in a new building just down the street.[More]
“A lot of my favorites are still on the menu, so it transports me back to my yesteryears. It gives me a warm feeling that this is home, and I like that. I know at some point [being in a small town] will catch up to me because I love big city living, but right now it’s perfect for me. There’s a lot of great harmonics and healing here.”[More]
The Falling Rain Blues
Despite a smaller crowd and rainy skies, the AACW Blues, Jazz, and Gospel Fest went ahead this past weekend. There were workshops during the day and performances and food throughout the evening. The rain and cold cut the numbers of attendees down but some fans stuck it out for what proved to be solid musical performances and a continuation of an important tradition in Yellow Springs.
CMYS season opens
The Telegraph String Quartet will open the 2015–16 Chamber Music in Yellow Springs season on Sunday, Sept. 27, 7:30 p.m., at the First Presbyterian Church.
Eruptions of blues, jazz and gospel to happen all around Yellow Springs this weekend
Yellow Springs' Blues, Jazz & Gospel Fest returns this weekend, starting Thursday, Sept. 24, and continuing all around the village.
Village Schools (archives)
YS teachers to train other districts
Yellow Springs High School will deliver project-based learning (PBL) training to two northeastern Ohio school districts on Oct. 22 and 23.
2015 Yellow Springs News School Guide
The online version of the Yellow Springs News 2015 School Guide.
School board praises 2020 Plan
The Yellow Springs school district’s 2020 Plan, which aims to increase student success by enhancing innovation in teaching and learning, appears to be achieving its goals.
Statewide “tax holiday” for back-to-school purchases
Back-to-school shoppers hoping to cash in on special sales this weekend will find a bit more change in their pockets, as certain purchases will not be taxed.
Home, Inc. welcomes new development coordinator
Home, Inc. recently hired Brittany Parsons to serve in a newly created position, development coordinator.
Morgan B&B to open house
Whether it’s enjoying a stack of molasses-kissed ginger-nectarine pancakes on the screened-in porch, taking in downtown views from a third-story room or appreciating the history of the century-old home built by one of the town’s most influential couples, the Arthur Morgan House Bed and Breakfast has a lot to offer its guests, according to the B&Bs new owner.
Village Life (archives)
Meditate with heart
The Friends of the Heart Center will hold an open house and Peace Day meditation on Sunday, Sept. 20, 2-4 p.m.
Share stories with Nuns on the Bus
Share your story at a potluck dinner with the Nuns on the Bus, who are stopping at the Senior Center this Saturday on their way to Washington, D.C.
A home that’s hard to leave
How does one sum up what constitutes home? A place? A dictionary definition? A combination of family and comfort and growth? The term is as complex as the sensation it attempts to define.
Man files false report of knifing
After two days of investigation, the Yellow Springs Police Department determined that the Sept. 28 report of a knifing was unfounded.
Man stabbed at Gaunt Park early Monday morning
A Yellow Springs resident was stabbed several times while walking in Gaunt Park in the early morning hours Monday, Sept. 28.
Village Council— Clean Ohio grant discussed
A vote on a proposed Clean Ohio grant application for the Glass Farm wetland was expected at Village Council’s Sept. 8 meeting, but members agreed to take action in response to environmental concerns first.
Ira Noah Anes
Ira Noah Anes, 84, died peacefully at his home on Thursday, Sept. 24, 2015.
Bill Houston memorial
A memorial service for Bill Houston will be held Saturday, Oct. 31, 2 p.m., in Westminster Hall, located in the First Presbyterian Church.
Barbara Ann Harris Clem was born Nov. 26, 1946, to Ladley and Ruth Harris in Springfield and grew up in Yellow Springs.
Higher Education (archives)
Antioch University reaches out digitally
First there was Antioch College. Then came Antioch University and its satellite campuses. Now AU Connected has joined the Antioch universe.
Celebrate Antioch College Foundry Theater
The Foundry Theatre will celebrate one year since renovation with the opening of "The Skin of Our Teeth" this weekend.
AUM Classics retires with Malarkey
In June, AUM Professor Jim Malarkey retired. And when he did, the humanities major, the heart of which was Malarkey’s Classics program, went with him.