Articles From March 2011

  • BLOG – Winter Walk

    Someone passed by the Spring before we did and made a little snowman to make us smile- as if we weren't enjoying ourselves already on such a peaceful hike! (photos by Suzanne (Ehalt) Szempruch)

    The nooks and crannies throughout the Village that often get overlooked. Today’s blog showcases my walk on Saturday through the Glen.

  • SPORTS SUNDAY — You win some, you lose some

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    Playing host to two Cincinnati-area teams this week, the Yellow Springs High School boys varsity basketball team went 1–1.

  • BLOG-Christmas Treasures

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    Bright bows and packages greeted us on Christmas day, but the sweetest treasure was being a witness to joy.

  • Public Hearing

    Board Of Zoning Appeals

  • Public Meetings

    Village Of Yellow Springs Public Meetings

  • Village ball drop coming soon

    Revelers gathered on New Year's Eve a year ago for the annual Yellow Springs Ball Drop.

    The annual Yellow Springs Ball Drop will take place beginning at 11:45 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 31, at the intersection of Xenia Avenue and Short Street downtown. Everyone is welcome.

  • Glen seeks bird count volunteers

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    Glen Helen leaders seek volunteers for their annual Greene County Christmas Bird Count, to take place Saturday, Dec. 29, from 8 am to 2 p.m.

  • To new healer, the eyes have it

    Herbalist and iridologist Eric Rodriguez opened a new healing practice in town, the Culpeper House, this month. He will give a free lecture on natural approaches to winter health on Thursday, Dec. 20, at 6 p.m. in the meeting room at the Yellow Springs Public Library. Rodriguez can identify health issues by looking at a client’s iris. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    Some see eyes as windows to the soul, while others, like local iridologist Eric Rodriguez, also see the iris as a window into the body, revealing a person’s health history, unhealthy habits and future illnesses.

  • A sweet tradition continues

    Last week Village Council member Gerry Simms received holiday baking staples from Village employee Chris Hamilton as part of the legacy of ex-slave Wheeling Gaunt, which mandates that the Village provide flour and sugar to all local widows and widowers. (Photo by Suzanne Szempruch)

    Last week Village Council member Gerry Simms received holiday baking staples from Village employee Chris Hamilton as part of the legacy of ex-slave Wheeling Gaunt, which mandates that the Village provide flour and sugar to all local widows and widowers.

  • State funds Antioch co-ops

    Following through on its commitment to agricultural and environmental sustainability in both campus life and curriculum, Antioch College last week cemented a partnership with the state to establish several dozen cooperative job positions for students

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