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

2001 WHITE TOYOTA PRIUS: Air conditioning, power windows, keyless locks. AM/FM radio, cassette, cruise control. Mileage: 123,200. Excellent condition. $7,200. Interested? Call Faye, 937-768-5533.

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ITEMS FOR SALE | (back to top)

DRAGONS TICKETS: Buy one game or multiple games. One game (six seats) is $74. Seats are in Section 111, Row 16 and are numbered 5,6,7,8,9, 10. Seat 10 is on the aisle. All are close to Drgons dugout and home plate, under the roof. Choose from April 15 and 24, May 9, June 11 and 15, July 9 and 13 and August 13. Each seat sold at cost. Call Tim at 937-572-5397 between noon and 8 p.m. I live in YS.

MAMA'S MIDNIGHT BAKERY is hoping all old and new customers will try the chicken-mixed veggie pie or just plain veggie pie before the winter season is over. Last delivery will be on March 8, requested by or on March 6. They can be frozen or devoured at the time of delivery. Order wheat or white clover rolls to round out your meal. Call Terri at 937-621-3337 for your special order. Baking next for Easter pie delivery.  

"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 .

RETAIL | (back to top)

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FREE OFFERS | (back to top)

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.

MERCHANDISE WANTED | (back to top)

SMALL FREEZER: Seeking a working upright freezer. [email protected] .

THIS IS A REQUEST for a donation for the Antioch School's 19th Annual Auction Gala & Comedy Show to be held March 7 at the Antioch College Foundry Theater here in Yellow Springs. This is our major fundraising event of the year with most of the proceeds benefiting the school's scholarship fund. Fifty-seven percent of our students are presently receiving financial aid to attend. As in the past, the evening includes a silent auction, complimentary wine bar, food catered by Current Cuisine, a live auction and a comedy entertainer. Please consider donating an item, gift certificate or service for the silent auction portion of the event. All donors are recognized with pre-event publicity, entries in the Gala catalogue, a business display during the auction and a thank you in the Yellow Springs News afterwards. Of course, your donation is tax-deductible and you will receive supporting paperwork. Business Sponsorships, another way to support The Antioch School while promoting your business, are also available. Please contact us if you are interested in more information. Thank you in advance for your generosity. Liz Griffin, Development Coordinator, the Antioch School, 767-7642.

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

WILL YOU HELP US in our search? Family of seven (including our loving dog) desperately seeking suitable home for rent in YS school district. Open minded. Willing to get creative. Excellent references. Homeowners ourselves. If you have a property, a lead or suggestion, please call me! 419-953-6426.

FOR RENT | (back to top)

WEEKLY/SHORT TERM, fully furnished apartment behind library. Full kitchen, queen bed and double futon, all utilities, satellite TV. Pet- and smoke-free building. Available now., 767-7569 or search Library Loft on AirBnB. $395 week.

SEEKING MATURE, clean, quiet, non-smoking tenant for one-bedroom, recently updated, upstairs apartment in Yellow Springs. Available beginning Monday, Feb. 23. Located on Lawson Place, in front of the senior citizen housing. All utilities furnished, except electricity. Rent is $565/month, plus $565 security deposit. $15 non-refundable fee required for background check. Contact Allen at 937-231-7109. Email [email protected] .

ROOM FOR RENT in non-smoking home. Parking, WiFi, walk-in closet, king- size bed, semi-private bath, $400 a month. References required. [email protected] .

LARGE FURNISHED ROOM with private bath available April 1. Free WiFi and use of laundry and kitchen. If interested call Pat Brown, 937- 490-8155.

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

FOR RENT: One-bedroom unit ($525) available immediately. Includes utilities. On Allen Street near Livermore. Lease negotiable. 330-618-0892 or [email protected] .

OFFICE OR ART STUDIO - Union School House; two 12'x18' rooms, one first floor, one second floor with wood floor, both with large windows and high ceilings, each $260. Call Jonathan at 344-0626.

TWIN COACH APARTMENTS: Two-bedroom apartments, bath-and-a-half, $595 per month. Includes appliances, central air. Deposit required, one-year minimum lease. 767-9180 or 408-3424.

NICE HOUSE on West Jackson Road. Four bedrooms, two baths, huge family room, smoke- and pet-free building. 937-324-3606.

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

FOR RENT: Flexible business/production/retail space - Kings Yard. 1,534 square feet. Concrete floor. All utilities furnished except electric. Good light, private parking. Call 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)

HOUSE FOR SALE: $195,000. In the village. Walk to everything. Four bedrooms, three full baths. Bamboo flooring. Fenced yard. Mother-in-law suite. Call for appointment, 937-344-6450.

TWO-STORY HOUSE, starter house (1,360 square feet) in the middle of town, close to downtown and the schools. Large backyard, unfinished basement, one full bath, three bedrooms, two-car garage and other amenities that need minor repairs. The original price has been lowered. Call 572-9821.

EMPLOYMENT | (back to top)

DESIGN SLEEP seeks happy, honest, outgoing, caring individual for network marketing. Must be interested in health, wellness. Send resume to [email protected]

DAYTON POOL MANAGEMENT is now accepting applications and hiring for pool managers, lifeguards and gate attendants. Please apply online at  

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SERVICES AVAILABLE | (back to top)

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

LISA'S HYPNOTHERAPY ROOM. Eat, drink and sleep better with self-hypnosis. Learn how to relax yourself from your head down to your toes! 937-708-8411.

THE CONSTANT GARDENER: Design, maintenance, restoration. We are professional, knowledgeable and quite helpful. A small, locally owned business. 937-919-3821.

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

LOCAL CUSTOM wood milling, portable and on our site. Contact Richard or Ben Silliman at 937-603-9770.

JOSHUA'S DETAILED painting and property maintenance. Interior/exterior painting. Handyman services. Snow removal. No job too small. 937-815-6562. [email protected] .

CAREER COUNSELING. Over 30 years experience. Licensed professional counselor. . Call Maxine at 937-760-7715.

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 is safe, sound and ready to lend money. Join now and save money. 937-767-7377. .

CHILD CARE | (back to top)

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LOST AND FOUND | (back to top)

FOUND: Orange and white female cat. Found on Monday, Feb. 23 on Suncrest Drive, YS. Call 937-450-3495 if she is yours!

LOST CAT "LUCY": Medium size dark grey long-haired female. Last seen Feb. 12 at 435 Stewart Drive. Please call with any information at 740-975-9766.

INSTRUCTION | (back to top)

SWIM LESSONS for ages three to adult. Tuesday and Thursday evenings for four weeks starting in April at the Wellness Center at Antioch College. Register at the center or online at . Call Beth Baker for more information, 319-0106.

SPRING EQUINOX Yoga Workshop with Monica Hasek, E-RYT 500, Saturday, March 21, 1-4 p.m. at the Antioch College Wellness Center. Pre-register at 937-319-0100 or [email protected] .

IT'S TIME TO THINK OF SUMMER! Send in your Friends Music Camp application. Ages 10-18, July 5-Aug. 2 at Barnesville, Ohio. Campers grow musically and make lasting friendships. or call 767-1311 for information. Descriptive DVD and flyers available at YS News.

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)

BLACK & WHITE DANCE PARTY- So much fun last year, we're doing it again this year! March 14, 8-11 p.m. at the Springfield Museum of Art. In conjunction with the opening of  “Associated American Artists: Art by Subscription - From the Permanent Collection”. Dance the night away with tunes by DJ Shane Creepingbear, beer selections by Yellow Springs Brewery and wine selections from Vanguard Wines. Tickets $25 for museum members and $35 for non-members. Dress in black and white encouraged. For more information or to reserve online visit and click on events tab. Call 937-325-4673 or email [email protected] .

Join Tecumseh Land Trust from 7-9 p.m. Thursday, March 5, at Yellow Springs Brewery, for the monthly Thirsty Thursday gathering, when $1 of every beer purchased goes to TLT's 1% for Green Space program.

HAVE YOU EVER WONDERED how maple syrup gets from the tree to your pancakes? Are you curious about local farm operations?  If you are, get your boots on, grab the family and head to Flying Mouse Farms, 100 E. Fairfield Pike, from 2-4 p.m. Sunday, March 15 (rescheduled from March 1), for the annual Sugar Shack Tour sponsored by Tecumseh Land Trust. Admission is free. Parking is limited on site, but available at the TLT offices on neighboring Whitehall Farm.  

LOOK AROUND ... someone you know is affected by mental illness. The National Alliance for Mental Illness has two free support groups in YS. NAMI Connection for people with mental illness meets each Wednesday, 6:30-8 p.m. at the Bryan Center. NAMI Family is for those who love someone living with mental illness and meets on the second and fourth Wednesday at the Senior Center from 6:30-8 p.m. In April NAMI Family will begin meeting once a month at 7 p.m. on the second Thursday of the month at the Bryan Center. You are not alone. [email protected] .

MISCELLANEOUS | (back to top)

ENJOY group classes, such as yoga, pilates, Zumba, aquatics, and more taught by experienced instructors. For more information about memberships, programming and giving opportunities visit our website: . 319-0100.

FRIENDS MUSIC CAMP: Amazing musical community experience for ages 10-18, July 5-Aug. 2; a two-week option especially for younger campers. Scholarships available-it helps to apply soon. Call 767-1311 with your questions or go to our web site at for information and applications. Information and DVD available at YS News office.

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 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 and choose Subscribe to sign them up for the E-edition.

CARD OF THANKS | (back to top)

DEAR YELLOW SPRINGS LIBRARY, thank you for the visit. We had a great time checking out books. We liked having a book discussion, too. Thank you for the tour! Love - The Younger Group Class from the Antioch School

NAMI YELLOW SPRINGS would like to thank the Mental Health and Recovery Board for their support in providing Mental Health First Aid training to 59 people last Saturday. Ten people who live and/or work in Yellow Springs participated. There are now 32 people in our village who have been trained. Thank you!-NAMI Yellow Springs

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