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YARD/GARAGE SALES | (back to top)

YARD SALE Friday and Saturday Oct. 9 and 10, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Fitness Gear workout bench, Adirondak chairs, underwater pond light, lamps, furniture, bike cover, canning jars, child safety gates, pet and kitchen items, lots more. 535 Dayton St.

BARN SALE, Friday and Saturday, Oct. 9 and 10. Hours 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Lots of stuff including old Rolling Stones magazines, antique cradle, etc. 4726 St. Rte. 68 north of Village at Greenleaf Gardens.

GARAGE SALE on Saturday, Oct. 10 from 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Household items and accessories along with other miscellaneous goods. 520 Dayton St. Cash only.

ITEMS FOR SALE | (back to top)

INNOVA FITNESS ITX9600. Gently used. Heavy duty deluxe inversion therapy table. Purchased April 2015. Only $50! 646-701-3337.

BATIKS by Robin Zimmerman will be for sale for one day only at Street Fair in front of Unfinished Creations 243 Xenia Ave.

THE ANNUAL BIRD SEED SALE to support Glen Helen will take place on Saturday, Oct. 17, 9:30-4:30 p.m. at the Glen Helen Nature Shop, 405 Corry St. Seed, suet and bird related items in the Nature Shop will be discounted and GHA members can bank their seed. Support your Glen and feathered friends. Mother Nature will thank you!

STREET FAIR BOOTH SPOTS available. Peach's Grill has a limited amount of booth space for Street Fair. 10'x10'. $100. Contact Christine, 267-4539.

"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)

FARMERS' MARKET CHANGE- Street Fair weekend the Yellow Springs Farmers' Market in Kings Yard moves to Sunday, Oct. 11, 8 a.m.-12 p.m. After that it returns to Saturdays, 8 a.m.-12 p.m. through much of November.

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FREE OFFERS | (back to top)

FREE SAND - Never used, absolutely clean, great for soil amendment or sandbox, amount would fill a bathtub 1/2 to 3/4 full (approximately). In Yellow Springs. 824-0421.

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)

WILL PICK UP bagged leaves for salamander habitat. Please, no herbicides. Mike Triplett, 767-4341.

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

VERY NICE COUPLE from France looking for furnished rental from Feb. 1. Contact [email protected] or 287-0100.

HELLO, I AM A SINGLE WOMAN starting the third phase of life. I have come to realize that to be productive and healthy; physically, spiritually and mentally, I need to be part of the Yellow Springs community. Ideally, I would like a studio or small one-bedroom apartment close to the energy. To get into town sooner, I would be happy to rent a room for a short time. Thank you for any help, Kim, 937-838-8273.

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1940-BUILT TWO- BEDROOM, one-bath house on corner lot at 228 Pleasant St. Two-car garage, washer, dryer hookup in basement. Smoke-free residence close to schools, downtown and bike path. $925/month. Credit check, references, lease, deposit required. Call Amanda at 937-767-9361.

HYDE ROAD HOUSE: Newly renovated farm house, overlooking pastures of the Riding Center, directly off of the bike path. Three bedrooms, single bath, two stories, three-season enclosed porch, high ceilings, lots of natural light. Hook ups for washer and dryer. Smoke- and pet-free building. $1,300 plus utilities. For more information, please contact Ann Simonson at [email protected]

FOR RENT: Newly remodeled, historic farm house on edge of village. Four bedrooms, 1 1/2 baths. Refinished, original wood floors. Large fenced yard. Enclosed front porch. Private and roomy. Available now. References and credit information required. $1,350/month. See by appointment. 937-416-5381 or 513-593-1197.

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 Nov. 1. Call 825-0312 or [email protected] .

OASIS NEAR ANTIOCH. Executive ranch. Shady green street and yard. Fireplace, year-round dining porch, secluded patio. New carpet in living room, two bedrooms and small office. Two-and-a-half baths, appliances, a/c. $1,350/month. Lease, security, utilities. Pet-free building. Call Mark, 767-7406.

THREE-BEDROOM HOUSE with 1 1/2 baths for rent. Wood burning stove. Washer/dryer. Central air. Ample parking. Fenced in back yard. $1,300/month. First and last month's rent and references. Available now. 937-708-6779 or [email protected] .

TOWNHOUSE APARTMENTS for rent, Hawthorne Place: one-bedroom, $550; two-bedroom, $650; three-bedroom, $750; plus utilities. Laundry facilities on site. 937-324-3606.

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EMPLOYMENT | (back to top)

JANITORIAL-Part-time in Yellow Springs, four to five hours nightly, Monday-Friday, $8.50 per hour. 937-669-9900, ext. 1305 or apply .

PART-TIME janitorial supervisor in Yellow Springs, 4-9 p.m., Monday through Friday, $11 per hour. Call 937-669-9900, ext. 1304 or apply .

ANTIOCH COLLEGE invites applications for a part-time (20 hours/week) position as College Nurse. The nurse has responsibility for providing professional care to Antioch students in accordance with established policies and procedures, and in accordance with established nursing standards. The nurse will triage students, provide nursing level of care under physician supervision and provide education and outreach as necessary. Applicants should be a Licensed Registered Nurse with at least two years of experience. Prefer nurses with college health experience. Additionally, applicants must have the ability to stand for extended periods during the workday. Evening and weekend hours may be required. Please submit a cover letter, resume and three references to [email protected] . Electronic applications are preferred. If direct mail is required, please send documents to Antioch College, Office of Human Resources, One Morgan Place, Yellow Springs, OH 45387. Deadline for applications is Friday, Oct.16. To view the complete job description, please go to .

CERTIFIED SCIENCE TEACHER-Looking for an experienced science instructor who is current in scientific theory for after school science tutoring. Must be able to provide scientific hands-on guidance to inquisitive first grader. Please send your letter of interest and resume to PO Box 33615, Dayton, Ohio, 45433.

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SERVICES AVAILABLE | (back to top)

GENERAL STONE MASONRY - Specialize in whatever you need. Work speaks for itself. 434-906-4299.

GREEN MAMA Cleaning Services, using Earth-Friendly cleaning products. Home or office. Local references, reasonable rates. Sarah Husk, 532-5587 or [email protected] .

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

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.

VISH'S EARTHSCAPING: Mulch, garden cleanup, leaf removal, hedge trimming, hauling, pruning. Flower, shrub, tree, fence, path installation. 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 is always open - access your account 24/7, 365 days a year. Join now and save money. 937-767-7377. .

CHILD CARE | (back to top)

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LOST AND FOUND | (back to top)

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INSTRUCTION | (back to top)

Silver Sneakers FLEX class free! $3 for all others. Tuesday/Thursday, 10:30 a.m. at John Bryan Gym. Cardio, strength, balance and flexibility exercises adapted to your abilities. Contact Lynn Hardman at [email protected] or 937-765-2379 for more information.

Yoga workshop with Lynne Minton at Antioch College Wellness Center. Sessions run Friday through Sunday, Oct. 23-25. More information and registration at or call 937-319-0100.

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)

SAVE THE DATE! NAMI Clark, Greene and Madison Counties together with the Ohio Empowerment Coalition and The Community Network is sponsoring a Town Hall on Saturday, Nov. 7, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Educational Service Center on E. Enon Road. We will discuss important mental health issues affecting Greene County residents. Free, continental breakfast and open mic. RSVP to [email protected] or call 322-5600.

SCOTT RANDALL LINDBERG the "Farmer's Market Guitarist" from Yellow Springs, is performing at Seasons Bistro and Grille, Friday night, Oct. 15, from 7 to 9 p.m. at 28 S. Limestone St., Springfield. Come and enjoy great food in a romantic atmosphere while listening to live, light jazz guitar.

ROCK TO END executions in Ohio. Join us Saturday, Oct. 10. Carpool! Call Sylvia for more information. 767-7395.

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 for new monthly Connection meetings in Xenia and Springfield. Or call 937-322-5600.

MISCELLANEOUS | (back to top)

NAMI CLARK, GREENE and Madison Counties will have a booth at Street Fair right across from the BP Station. Come visit us! . [email protected] . 937-322-5600.

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 65 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)

TO ALL WHO VOLUNTEERED and participated in this year's Antioch School Anything on Wheels: Thank you for helping to make this year's ride a success! Because of your time and effort children got to have great fun while raising funds for Antioch School scholarships. Thanks also the YSPD, Officer David Meister, the MTFR amd Nicolas Miller-Jacobsen, Bike Team Manager and riders.-Antioch School

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