Articles From March 2011

  • Sports Announcements

    Yellow Springs Soccer, Inc. will hold a community potluck on Saturday, Nov. 6, 7–9 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church. The potluck will celebrate over 45 years of recreational soccer and honor Duke Conrad and Shirley Kristensen for their contributions to women’s soccer in Yellow Springs.

  • An Ordinance Amending Section 660.05

    AMENDING SECTION 660.05 – DUTY TO KEEP SIDEWALKS IN REPAIR AND CLEAN, OF CHAPTER 660 – SAFETY, SANITATION AND HEALTH, OF PART SIX- GENERAL OFFENSES CODE OF THE CODIFIED ORDINANCES OF THE VILLAGE OF YELLOW SPRINGS, OHIO.

  • An Ordinance Accepting Sewer Easement and Declaring an Emergency

    Interested persons will take note that the Village Council of Yellow Springs on Monday, October 18, 2010, gave first reading to and passed an emergency ordinance, text to follow.

  • Public Meetings

    for the week of October 21–28

  • BLOG — New York gave it her best croissant

    Croissant

    On a recent trip to New York City, instead of being humbled by my proximity to some of the biggest names and hottest digs in the business, I came ready to sink my teeth not in the grilled calamari but in a dog fight over what good food is.

  • VIDEO – Art Stroll comedy performance highlights

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    Highlights from “Hey, That’s A Nice Bike”, a meta philosophic dramatic sketch comedy performance put on by the 3rd Friday Players during Art Stroll on Friday, Oct. 15.

  • Eben Wildman

    Eben Wildman

    Eben Paxton Wildman died on Saturday, Oct. 16, in a car accident just outside of Yellow Springs. He was 20. Eben was the son of Austin Wildman and Sarah Wildman, who along with siblings Max, Andrew and Allison, survive him.

  • Antioch board chooses Roosevelt as new president

    Recently named Antioch College President Mark Roosevelt answered questions last Wednesday, Oct. 13, at a public forum on campus. (Photo by Diane Chiddister)

    On Sunday, Oct. 17, the Antioch College Board of Trustees voted unanimously to offer the position of president of the revived college to Mark Roosevelt, who is currently the superintendent of the Pittsburgh Public Schools.

  • BLOG — Composting is not a waste

    Lauren Heaton

    In this conservation era, as far as the kitchen is concerned, composting is my favorite solution. The treacheries of composting if done wrong are numerous and assaulting. But the benefits of composting, which doesn’t have to be complicated, always make me wonder why I didn’t start sooner. The first thing to know about composting is […]

  • Local artists open their studios for annual tour

    Tom Hawley, who creates modern clocks, wood sculptures and bowls out of downed trees, will showcase his craft in his Millworks studio as part of the Artist Studio Tour. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    On Saturday, Oct. 16, and Sunday, Oct. 17, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., local artists will open their studios to show and sell their artwork to the public as part of the annual Artist Studio Tour.

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