Articles From March 2011

  • Up to the wire for eHDS

    The deadline for a lease agreement between e-Health Data Solutions and Creative Memories was Wednesday, July 13.

  • New wells for Vernay clean up

    The two new capture wells that appeared at the Vernay Laboratories site on Dayton Street this summer are adding to the forces aimed at cleaning up the industrial contamination at the site.

  • Exotic plants take root on US 68

    Yellow Springs Botanicals, made up of the plant enthusiasts, from left, Mitch George, Erin Currier and Kyle Lewis, is a new exotic and rare plant business opening on the Village property formerly occupied by Stutzman’s Nursery. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    When a group of plant enthusiasts took over the Village property on U.S. 68 North that was formerly the home of Stutzman’s Nursery, the weeds were so high that the property’s dozen greenhouses were barely visible above them.

  • Tree-trimming efforts begin soon

    At their July 5 meeting, members of Village Council heard a report from Electric Crew Head Kelley Fox on upcoming tree-trimming efforts in the village

  • Psychics see YS as healing center

    A Colorado couple — an astrologer and a clairvoyant — used tarot cards to confirm that the village was the right place to practice divination and healing.

  • ITT to buy YSI Incorporated

    The multinational company ITT Corporation and YSI Incorporated announced this week that they had come to an agreement for ITT to purchase the Yellow Springs company.

  • Home, Inc. eyes Barr property for seniors

    Site plan of the proposed Home, Inc. senior housing project.

    The Barr property on the corner of Limestone Street and Xenia Avenue has been slated for senior housing for at least three years, and it may still get it.

  • BLOG — Anonymous

    Looking down on Chi-town.

    I’m still relatively unknown when I walk down the street. But there are some people who know my name now. And there’s something a little scary about that.

  • Yellow Springs Botanicals sprouts

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    A group of plant enthusiasts recently took over the Village property on U.S. 68 North that was formerly the home of Stutzman’s Nursery and plan to start an exotic and rare plants business.

  • Antioch hires last of first-year tenure-track faculty

    Welcome back!

    Antioch College recently announced that it hired its sixth, and last, tenure-track faculty member. Anneris Coria-Navia will be the assistant professor of Spanish.

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