Copies of most photos produced by staff of the Yellow Springs News are available for purchase. e-mail ysnews *at* ysnews.com or call 937.767.7373.
Former villager David M. Laming died June 22. He was 80 years old. Services will be held Wednesday, 11 a.m. at the Covenant Presbyterian Church in Springfield, Ohio.
From the Print
Guide to Yellow Springs
Search the YS News
Recent Blog Posts
view all Yellow Springs News blogs
- BLOG-In Awe of Alice by Amy Magnus
- BLOG-Founding Fathers by Amy Magnus
- BLOG – I decided I would try the World Naked Bike Ride by Dylan Taylor-Lehman
Seeking something older?
view all Yellow Springs News videos
- Villagers gather at Strawberry Fest for treats and tunes by Lauren Shows
- Cosplay parade demonstrates character by Lauren Shows
- Antioch School to perform ‘The Phantom Tollbooth’ by Lauren Shows
- From the Print
- Higher Education
- News Notices
- Village Life
- Village Schools
- Yellow Springs News Blogs
YS Kids Playhouse Nonstop Institute Glen Helen summer youth baseball YSI Inc. Bulldogs golf Miami Township Fire-Rescue Friends Care Community CBE Sea Dogs swimming Bulldogs boys cross country Little Art Theatre Planning Commission YS School Board Bulldogs girls basketball Bulldogs cross country Bulldogs swimming Bulldogs football Yellow Springs Police Department Antioch College alumni Tecumseh Land Trust Bulldogs girls cross country Bulldogs basketball Village Council Bulldogs boys soccer Antioch College WYSO Bulldog girls soccer YS Arts Council Home Inc. Antioch University Midwest Yellow Springs School Board ACCC Bulldogs volleyball Perry League t-ball
Glen Helen Pancake Breakfast protest film screening Art Stroll open gym volleyball open gym basketball New Year's Eve holiday Summer in the Springs Challenger Sports British Soccer Camp AACW Blues Fest holiday in the village Easter Egg Hunt Art On the Lawn Yellow Springs Experience Miami Valley All-Comers Track & Field Meet Earth Day Village Fun Run commencement 3on3 basketball tournament MLK march real estate auction elections Hurricane Ike Antioch College reunion Street Fair farmers' market benefit fundraiser Simply Women alumni soccer game Community Dance Concert one-act plays YSHS graduation Make It Count for the Birds
theater diversity retirement beyond village borders project-based learning Village water music environmental sustainability green space local business school leadership community energy efficiency youth-community relations local food visioning process African-American culture and history Antioch College revival food and drink APRIL FOOLS! anniversary celebration land use Village Manager holiday alternative energy documentary solar energy community support property tax levy fundraising economic development nonprofit academic achievement affordable housing film