Articles From March 2011

  • Margaret Timberlake

    Margaret V. Timberlake of Xenia and Yellow Springs died April 23 at Liberty Nursing Home. She was 97.

  • Seniority no longer rules

    In accordance with new state laws, the Yellow Springs school board at their meeting on Thursday, April 12, loosened the guidelines that determine how the contracts of school administrators and employees can be altered or terminated.

  • Memorial for Robert “Dr.Bob” Hardman

    Former Yellow Springs resident Dr. Robert Hardman died April 21. He was 82

  • YS a bright star on yoga map

    About 100 yoga practitioners from all over the country and other countries as well are descending on Yellow Springs to study yoga with Judith Lasater, a California-based and internationally-known yoga teacher.

  • Home, Inc. builds its first fully-accessible house

    Mia Campbell and her mother, Carrie, test out the sink in the handicapped-accessible bathroom. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    It takes a village to build an affordable house. Read more about the community effort behind the latest Home, Inc. project.

  • BLOG-Salad Days

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    Salads are at their crispest, sweetest peak, and my family enjoys renewing our senses to the tasty, satisfying crunch of spring vegetables.

  • Ice cream and ukuleles beckon early summer

    Gracie Wilke and Allison Bothwell plucked away in the back.

    Ukulele lessons at Corner Cone on Friday afternoon drew a crowd.

  • SPORTS SUNDAY — Tennis team sweeps doubles in 3-2 loss

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    The doubles courts went to the Bulldogs in the Yellow Springs High School tennis team’s 3–2 loss to Dayton Christian on Thursday. See photos from the match.

  • Donate clothes to women for work

    Clothes That Work donations must be clean and ready to wear, and preferably be on hangers. (Photo from clothesthatwork.org)

    The First Presbyterian Church in the village is serving as a drop-off point for “Clothes That Work.” Clothes may be dropped off at the church this week Monday through Friday, April 23-27, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

  • BLOG — A day to geek out for local music

    A collection of cheap vinyls sit shrine-like outside Toxic Beauty Records (photo by Aaron Zaremsky)

    This Saturday local music fans can pick up limited edition vinyl releases at Toxic Beauty Records for National Record Store Day and rock out to local bands at the Live Earth Music Festival.

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