Articles From March 2011

  • Weekly Wildlife: the backyard

    A small toad makes some backyard ferns seem gigantic (photo by Aaron Zaremsky)

    You can find oodles of critters in your very own backyard.

  • Correction — Mexican artists opening reception

    The opening reception for Mexican artists Macario Carrillo and Francisco Loza will be Thursday, June 23, from 6–8 p.m. at the Glen House, 1221 Glen Road.

  • Former village residents cause a stir with new film project

    Yellow Springs High School graduates Sean Devine and Matthew Morgan are working on a new film from their home in Portland, Ore.

    A film project of three Yellow Springs natives went viral last week when the group put a clip from their movie on YouTube.

  • Roosevelt announces $9 million gift to college

    Welcome back!

    At Friday’s Antioch College alumni reunion, President Mark Roosevelt announced that the college’s board of trustees had pledged $9 million over the next three years to the college.

  • McCurdy delivers farewell address to school board

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    YSHS teacher Joyce McCurdy delivers parting words to Yellow Springs school board.

  • Public Meetings

    Village Of Yellow Springs Public Meetings

  • Cemex seeks new quarry close to Yellow Springs

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    The Fairborn-based Cemex, one of the world’s largest producers of Portland cement, is seeking to rezone a 289-acre plat of land it owns just south and west of Yellow Springs in order to construct a new quarry. The company will make its rezoning request at a meeting of the Xenia Township Trustees today, June 16, at 6 p.m at the trustees office at 8 Brush Row Road in Xenia.

  • Village zoning code update to begin soon

    In recent years, a vision of how Yellow Springs should stay vital has emerged, expressed both in the recently revised Village Comprehensive Plan and last year’s visioning effort.

  • Meredith Dallas memorial

    A memorial service celebrating the life of Meredith Dallas will be held Sunday, June 19, 2 p.m. in the Glen Helen Building.

  • Musical event lifts a town and college

    Demons (from left, Amelia Tarpey, Ali Thomas and Jill Becker danced in Hades during Sunday’s performance of Orfeo ed Euridice, which was organized by conductor James Johnston in honor of the rebirth of Antioch College. (Photo by Aaron Zaremsky)

    To have loved and lost is better than the usual alternative, but not quite as good as to have loved, lost and then regained love again — at least according to both 18th century composer Willibald Gluck and the leaders of Antioch College.

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