Articles From March 2011

  • Village purchases Village Station at auction

    The Village purchased the parcel of property adjacent to the bike path.

  • Scenes from the street

    Ben Hemmendinger busks with accordion at 2012 Fall Street Fair (photo by Aaron Zaremsky)

    Scenes from the street: Fall Street Fair 2012

  • New class to continue shaping college

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    Meredith Martin is one of a new crop of Antioch College students, a cohort 75-strong composed of enthusiastic young people who arrived on campus last week ready to remake the college, which reopened last year.

  • Yellow Springs Artists Studio Tour — Art and the artist on display

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    The once-a-year chance to peek inside a local artist’s studio and discover their process draws some of the biggest art-loving crowds to Yellow Springs each October.

  • Women’s shelter started in Yellow Springs

    Local resident Susan Stiles helped found the Family Violence Prevention Center — informally known as the Xenia Women’s Shelter — in Greene County in 1979. Then it was called the Greene County Domestic Violence Project. It was initially located in a couple of different locations in Yellow Springs.

  • William Henry Gish Jr.

    William Henry Gish Jr. died peacefully on May 24 at Scripps Encinitas Memorial Hospital, following a brief illness.

  • Rollin’, rollin’, rollin’…

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    Brigid and Conner Digiacomo, ages 6 and 8, of Beavercreek were told to find a pumpkin they could carry to the car. They did their best to find ones that rolled instead.

  • Oct. 18, 2012 Bulldog Sports

    Yellow Springs High School sophomore Connor Gravely-Novello ran through the cornfields at the 26th annual Yellow Springs Invitational held at Young’s Jersey Dairy on Tuesday. Gravely-Novello finished in 18:50, good for 16th place. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    Oct. 18, 2012 Bulldog Sports

  • Village to consider bidding on land parcel downtown

    The Village Station development that has been hanging on as a concept plan for office and retail space at the corner of Dayton and Railroad Streets is all but quashed. But an opportunity for a new idea may be coming soon.

  • Zoning plans for an eclectic town

    The Yellow Springs zoning code has been viewed as cumbersome and expensive to approve, and is currently in the midst of an overhaul.