Articles From March 2011

  • Ohio reduces funds for schools

    According to former Governor Strickland’s Evidence-Based funding model, the local school district is scheduled to receive $1,037,354 from the state to educate its 621 in-district students this year.

  • Engage in designing the future for Yellow Springs schools

    Tonight at Antioch University Midwest, the Yellow Springs school district will launch “The Future of Education” lecture series aimed at stirring the community toward reinventing the village’s public school model.

  • Antioch College board confronts challenges

    Welcome back!

    The Antioch College Board Pro Tempore met last weekend in Yellow Springs. Board members heard reports on accreditation efforts and hiring, among other issues.

  • BLOG — Perpetually pondering pizza

    The perfect food has two homes in Yellow Springs.

    I have heard it said that there’s no such thing as bad pizza. I have heard it said because I have said it. I’m kinda of the opinion that it’s not possible to go wrong with bread, tomato sauce and cheese; everything else is incidental. How lucky am I, then, to have moved to a […]

  • Saturday Storytime at Pass it On

    Fatou Reed and Arielle Johnson goof off on the play equipment during Saturday Storytime (photo by Aaron Zaremsky)

    Pass it On hosts Saturday Storytime for kids every Saturday in the store.

  • Forum looks at Antioch College community norms

    Welcome back!

    On Friday, Jan. 21, at 8 p.m., Antioch College will host a community forum to examine community norms at the revived college. The event takes place at the Coretta Scott King Center.

  • Jan. 20, 2011 — Bulldog sports round-up

    Lady Bulldogs’ Angela Allen grabbed the opening ball for her team, which lost narrowly to Cedarville last week 55–46.

    Check the Bulldog sports schedule for all games.

  • Village to seek levy renewal

    Village Council will seek a renewal rather than a reduction of its current property tax levy on the May ballot, Council members stated at their Jan. 3 meeting.

  • Some construction expected

    While the majority of homes sold in the village each year are existing structures, new construction continues to add housing stock to the village. And even during this construction off-season, interest is picking up for new housing.

  • YSHS’s O’Brien retiring after 33 years — A passion for lifelong fitness

    Yellow Springs High School and McKinney School teacher Kevin O’Brien retires this Friday after 33 years teaching physical education and health. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    Retiring Yellow Springs High School teacher Kevin O’Brien hopes that he inspired students to commit to lifelong fitness as he worked to create a strong physical education program in the Yellow Springs School District.

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