FOR SALE: CARS, TRUCKS, ETC. | (back to top)

2009 Honda CR-V, five-door, two-wheel drive, EX-L Navi - Color is green tea metallic with ivory interior. Single owner, very well maintained, excellent condition, 63,000 miles. Fully loaded with: Honda navigation with voice recognition and rear camera, heated leather seats, six-disc system, dual climate control, heated side-view mirrors, rear wiper and defrost, power moon roof, cruise, fold-down rear seats, carpet and all-weather floor mats just to name a few. Love this car! $16,000. Call 937-767-7285.

2004 HONDA CRV-EX: 156k, remote start. Excellent condition. Full service records. $5,900. 937-708-0717.

2003 HONDA CIVIC LX two-door coupe, red, five-speed, a/c, power windows, excellent condition. No rust or dents. Lady-owned. $3,975. Call 510-8141.

2003 BMW 325i - Beautiful car. Excellent condition. Green/blue, sports package, sun roof, heated seats, the works. 174,000 highway miles, non-smoker. Serious inquiries, please. Call Kyle/M.J. at 937-767-7201.


YARD/GARAGE SALES | (back to top)

YARD SALE: Friday and Saturday, June 26 and 27, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 2600 W. Jackson Road, Yellow Springs, Ohio. 100 percent of all proceeds will be donated to Pelotonia 15 Fund Raiser, a grass roots bike ride for the James Cancer Center at Ohio State University since 2008.  Garden tools, boy's toddler clothing and women's clothing from size 10 to 18, purses, kids bikes, crafts, books, movies, baby furniture, lamp, carpets and much more.

MOVING SALE: Weso wood stove, letter press type cabinet, sofa beds, easy chairs, desks, file cabinets, dog carriers, baby toys and furniture, antiques and much more. Saturday, June 27, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., 202 North Walnut and Cliff Streets.


ITEMS FOR SALE | (back to top)

"TWO HUNDRED YEARS of Yellow Springs," including the legacy of Antioch College and written by the News staff, is available for $15 at the News office, Dark Star Books, Sam and Eddie's Open Books, Town Drug or on our website at ysnews.com .


RETAIL | (back to top)

DOLLAR DAYS at Greenleaf Gardens - Cell packs, $1; hanging baskets, $10. Other plants $1 off. Stop out and visit us! 4726 U.S. 68 North. 767-1997.

FRIDAYS ON THE FARM are back! Pick up in-season organic produce at Flying Mouse Farms every Friday between 3-6 p.m., 100 E. Fairfield Pike, just north of Yellow Springs. Like us on Facebook to find out what's in season.


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BARTER AND TRADE | (back to top)

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FREE OFFERS | (back to top)

FREE - A small oak entertainment center. Call 767-7546.

FREE:  Twenty years of the Yellow Springs News. Take all or nothing. 937-838-5054.

MOVED HERE RECENTLY? Come to the Yellow Springs News office at 253-1/2 Xenia Ave., 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m. We'll sign you up for a three-month subscription to the News for free! There's a welcome package for you, too.


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HOUSING, ETC., WANTED | (back to top)

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FOR RENT | (back to top)

OASIS NEAR ANTIOCH. Executive one-floor ranch. Shady street and yard. Living room with fireplace, heated dining porch, TV room, two bedrooms and 2 1/2 baths, small office. Appliances. $1,250 per month, lease, security, utilities. Call Mark Partee, 767-7406.

UNIQUE SMALL one-bedroom apartment in the heart of downtown. Recently renovated kitchen and bath. Ceramic tile and maple floors. Second floor. Park views. Semi-private court yard entrance, private parking. W/D available. Prefer long-term. $550 plus utilities. 767-1778.

OFFICE OR ART STUIDO - Union School House, one lovely 13' x 13' room on the first floor, with large window, beautiful view, high ceiling, $240. Call Jonathan at 344-0626.

HOUSE FOR RENT: Elegant, historic,1854 downtown two-story brick. Lawn chairs included. pets possible. Central air, efficiency gas furnace. Long-term tenant transferred to N. Ohio. Available July 1. $1,475. 767-9290.

FINISHED BASEMENT for rent. Furnished, all utilities paid. Garage and patio. Pet-free building. $1,200 per month. 513-325-3098.

FOR RENT: TWO BEDROOMS, one bath, living room, wood floors and screened-in porch. Washer/dryer, refrigerator and stove. Situated on the 450-acre Howell family farm just 10 minutes from the village. Easy access to the bike path. Open to long or short term. Wonderful space for one to two people. Indoor cats only please. Available in July. $750/month. Please call Branson at 825-0312 or [email protected] .

TWO- TO THREE-BEDROOM, one-bath house, partially furnished, including w/d and all appliances. Located ten minutes north of village on the historic Howell farm. Must enjoy woods, prairie grasses, abundant wildlife and peaceful living. Easy access to bike path. Indoor cats only please. Available Aug. 1. $1,050/month. Call 825-0312 or [email protected] .

VARIOUS OFFICE options available in 716 Xenia Ave. at the Professional Building. One-, two- and three-room suites - all utilities paid. 767-9290.

TOWNHOUSE APARTMENTS for rent, Hawthorne Place: one-bedroom, $535; two-bedroom, $635; three-bedroom, $735; plus utilities. Laundry facilities on site. 937-324-3606.


REAL ESTATE FOR SALE | (back to top)

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EMPLOYMENT | (back to top)

THE ANTIOCH SCHOOL, 1160 Corry St., Yellow Springs is seeking bids for both restoration and demolition of an outbuilding on the school grounds. Please contact our board facility chair at 937-938-0710 to arrange an appointment.

YS NEWS is now accepting resumes for a part-time reporter. Send cover letter, samples and résumé to [email protected] .

HOMEMAKER POSITIONS: The YS Senior Center is now hiring part-time homemakers to assist people over sixty in their homes to have a comfortable, clean environment. A positive cheerful attitude is important, as is a strong code of ethics, including dependability and ability to communicate with the Homemaker Manager. Please contact Barbara Brookshire, Homemaker Manager, 767-5751 at the Yellow Springs Senior Center. Equal Opportunity Employer.


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SERVICES AVAILABLE | (back to top)

HOUSESITTER: Mature, local and experienced with several local references. Love dogs and cats - and they love me. Am able bodied and chore ready. A win-win situation! Call me: 513-885-2211.

GEM CITY FENG SHUI. Make your living environment support your life in every way. Beth Vawter, certified consultant. 937-418-9693 or gemcityfengshui.com .

JOSHUA'S DETAILED PAINTING and property maintenance. Interior and exterior painting. Power washing, decks, drives or siding. Lawn care, landscaping. General handyman services. 937-815-6562.

REPAIRS: TVs, iPhones, DVD players, amplifiers, microwave ovens, computer monitors and everything in between. 150 Berkeley Court, Cedarville. 937-766-2639.

DON'T TURN YOUR ash logs into firewood, turn them into useable boards. Contact Rich at Little Miami Hardwoods. 603-9770.

H.E.R. SERVICES - Cleaning, house/pet sitting. Excellent local references, reasonable rates. Eight years experience in Greene County. Call 937-270-0490.

LANDSCAPE SERVICES - Lawn mowing. Tree removal, pruning, fences cleared of vines and unwanted trees. Brush hauled away. Call Funderburg, 937-215-8447 or 767-7524.

FOX TROT SERVICES - Lawn care, snow removal, consulting services. Local, reliable, affordable and professional. Contact Kelley Fox, retired Public Works superintendent, at 767-7495, 937-926-9007 or [email protected] .

VISH'S EARTHSCAPING: Mulch, gravel, dirt, raised beds, hedge trimming, hauling, pruning, tilling, gardening, much more, reasonable rates. Local. Viswapal. 937-450-2129.

HAIR CUTS AND COLOR: Michael James Hair Salon. 502 S. High St. Flexible hours seven days a week. 937-581-0746.

NEIL DOG TRAINING ("evolving" certified professional trainer/retired special education teacher) will help you train your dog. If you are committed, I can help. Neil Silvert, 937-767-1991 or [email protected] . Free evaluation. Reasonable rates - sliding scale.

APPLIANCE REPAIR: Robbins Appliance Repair, repairing most name brand appliances since 1982. For service, call 766-2764.

COMPUTERS, APPLIANCES, iPods/iTouch, household, electrical/electronic, appliance repair and more. David Turner, retired engineer. 767-7849.


FINANCIAL SERVICES | (back to top)

YS CREDIT UNION - A trusted and resilient Yellow Springs institution for 64 years. Join now and save money. 937-767-7377. www.yscu.org .


CHILD CARE | (back to top)

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LOST AND FOUND | (back to top)

FOUND: Stray Husky on June 19 on King Street. E-mail Ian at beitenhaus@ gmail.com for more information..


INSTRUCTION | (back to top)

SWIM LESSONS, ages three to five and six to 12. Enjoy small class sizes! Lessons are one-week sessions, Monday through Thursday, available through Aug. 6. Ages three to five, 10:30-11 a.m.; ages six to 12, 11-11:30 a.m. Member fee $25, non-member fee, $40. ww.wellnesscenter.antiochcollege.org/programs.

THE ANTIOCH SCHOOL NURSERY serving children 3 1/2- to 5-years-of-age, has a limited number of full- or half-day openings for the 2015-2016 school year. Financial aid is available for qualifying families. Please contact 767-7642 for additional information. www.antiochschool.org .

IS YOUR FIVE-YEAR-OLD ready for a kindergarten experience but will miss the August 1 birth date requirement? Antioch School has a limited number of full- or half-day openings for the 2015-2016 school year for its developmentally appropriate kindergarten serving young five- through six-year-olds. Financial aid is available for qualifying families. Please contact 767-7642 for additional information. www.antiochschool.org .  

DANCING WITH PARKINSON'S disease in Yellow Springs meets on Wednesdays from 2-2:45 p.m. at the YS Senior Center. The class is taught by Jill Becker. It is funded by the Tri-State Parkinson's Wellness Chapter and is free to people with PD and their caregivers. For information, call 767-2646 or write [email protected] .


EVENTS | (back to top)

LOOK AROUND ... someone you know is affected by mental illness. The National Alliance for Mental Illness has two free and confidential support groups in YS. NAMI Connection for people with a mental disorder meets each Wednesday, 6:30-8 p.m. at the John Bryan Center. The Family Support group meets the second Thursday of each month, 7-8:30 p.m. also at the John Bryan Center. [email protected] or visit namigreenecounty.org .


MISCELLANEOUS | (back to top)

GATHER with friends in our lounge or patio spaces and grab a healthy snack from our snack bar. For more information about memberships, programming and giving opportunities, visit our website: http://wellnesscenter.antiochcollege.org . Sign up for an annual membership before July 1 and the initiation fee is waived. 319-0100.

WANT A COLOR AD? Too bad: The News is in black and white. But a pre-printed insert costs just a bit less than a dime per insert to distribute in the News. You design, print it in color - we'll stuff it and get it to our readers. Call 767-7373 or email [email protected] .

CHECK OUT youtube.com/user/yellowspringsnews for over 50 feature videos of village art, education, music, sports, kiln firing, you name it. Go see it.

NEED A GIFT for someone special who lives out of town? If they've got an email address, they've got an inbox. That's where the News will be every Thursday morning! Go to ysnews.com and choose Subscribe to sign them up for the E-edition.


CARD OF THANKS | (back to top)

SENDING THANKS and hugs to the Good Samaritan and her beautful daughter who stayed with me at Krogers when I foolishly locked my keys in the car. I failed to get her name but she is a Yellow Springs resident. I am so appreciative of her kindness and am still carrying the "glow". I will pass it on.-Dona Mowry

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH of Yellow Springs and Pastor Aaron Saari would like to thank the village for helping us make the Annual Strawberry Fest a huge success. We deeply appreciate each of you who came out to help prepare berries, bake, serve and partake. The evening with Brian Walkers' group "Pure Rhythm" and the Yellow Springs Community Band conducted by James Johnston really made it an evening to remember. We nearly sold out thanks to your support. In addition, many of you contributed to the Organ Repair Fund. Thank you, thank you, thank you!-First Presbyterian Church

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH of Yellow Springs and Pastor Aaron Saari would like to thank the village for helping us make the Annual Strawberry Fest a huge success. We deeply appreciate each of you who came out to help prepare berries, bake, serve and partake.  The evening with Brian Walkers' group, Pure Rhythm, and the Yellow Springs Community Band conducted by James Johnston really made it an evening to remember. We nearly sold out thanks to your support. In addition, many of you contributed to the Organ Repair Fund. Thank you, thank you, thank you.-First Presbyterian Church


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