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The annual Fourth of July parade starts Saturday, July 4, at 3 p.m. at Friend’s Care Center, with the evening fireworks later that night at 9:30 p.m.[More]
Several hundred villagers attended Saturday’s Yellow Springs Pride sidewalk parade.[More]
Public Art Commission celebrated the completion of Phase One improvements to the YS Sk8 Park during Street Fair a few weeks ago. This past Sunday we had a break from the rain and the skate park was hopping just like downtown![More]
Jordanian Antioch student to show photos from country
The "Captivating Jordan" exhibit and opening at the Yellow Springs Arts Council on June 26 will feature photographs of Jordan along with Arabian music, food and more.
A play on timeless politics
The Yellow Springs Theater Company is completing its first season with a production of “Inherit the Wind,” which has been a stage favorite since it debuted in 1955.
Luisa Owens’ poems bear witness, honor dead
Luisa Owens' poems describe the terror and inhumanity of daily life in the concentration camp in Yugoslavia, where Owen lived with her family shortly before the end of World War II, from the ages of 9 to 13.
Village Schools (archives)
2015 Mills Lawn School sixth grade clap out
Annual running of the halls at the Mills Lawn School sixth-grade clap out.
Mudding puppies at the Antioch School
The Antioch School students have been working with builders-in-residence Beth and Andy Holyoke to build a straw bale playhouse of the kindergartner’s design.
2015 valedictorian, salutatorian—Two minds, one grit, one glory
Mollye Malone and Dylan Boczar believe there are a lot of bright students in their Yellow Springs High School graduating class — some more deserving of honorary titles.
Local Time Exchange launched
Antioch College students and Charles Fairbanks, assistant professor of media arts, opened a community-wide Time Exchange on Friday.
Local YouTube channel to feature energy pioneers
The Arthur Morgan Institute for Community Solutions is looking to tell stories of Yellow Springers on the front lines of climate action on its new Energy & Climate YouTube channel.
Trade labor for labor with YS Time Exchange
Antioch College students will open the Yellow Springs Time Exchange officially on Friday, June 12, 1–4 p.m., in the McGregor Hall lobby.
Village Life (archives)
Yellow Springs Pride steps out this weekend
2015 Yellow Springs Pride takes place this weekend with a series of events.
Tour straw bale, passive house with Green Drinks
The YS Resilience Network local chapter of Green Drinks will meet on Wednesday, June 24, 6–8 p.m. for a tour of a straw bale home and a passive house.
T-Ball and Mud!
T-ball continued last Friday night between the rain storms.
Peak shaving? And I’ve got a beard…
Just what is peak shaving? It begs both snarky and serious answers.
Village Council— Council dips into mayor’s role
At its meeting Monday, June 1, Village Council held an initial discussion on potential revisions to the Village Charter, including the replacement of mayor with a member of Village Council.
Police officer Meister commended in Council
On behalf of Village Council at its meeting Monday, Police Chief David Hale presented Officer David Meister with a commendation for exceptional service in the line of duty.
Deborah Ann Dineen
Deborah Ann Dineen died peacefully at her home in Port St. John, Fla., on June 14, 2015, at the age of 67, due to complications from uterine cancer.
Ruth Rife Quast
Ruth M. Rife Quast, age 79, of Centerville, passed away June 27, 2015.
Louis R. Michea III
Louis R. Michea III, of Fernandina Beach, Fla. and formerly of Marietta, Ga., passed away on June 10, 2015, surrounded by his loving family. He was 73 years old.
Higher Education (archives)
Clarence Jones to give commencement address
Dr. Clarence Jones will deliver the commencement address at Antioch College's graduation this Saturday, June 20.
ADA compliance project: Sorry, no exit, nor entrance
Antioch College Student Cleo van der Veen’s “The Go! Accessibility Project” was conceived to give those who take their ambulation for granted a peek at how some get around campus without front-door access.
First class faced, rose to challenges
Pioneers. Risk takers. Antioch’s poster children. “The chosen ones.”
Rain dampens, but baseball goes on
Rain continues to wreak havoc on both the Minor and Major League rec baseball schedules, with only enough dry days to get in three Minor League games.
Indians remain unbeaten
The Winds Cafe Indians have jumped out to an early season lead, with a 3–0 undefeated record after the second week of play.
Youth baseball season opens
The 2015 Minor League season is off to an exciting start, with opening games on Saturday, June 6, resulting in hot bats and some even hotter defense, including the rarest of the rare: a triple play.