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  • Gear up for the village’s own winged migration

    Glen Helen invites the village’s bird watchers and watching enthusiasts to come out on Saturday, May 11, and help count the number of feathered friends that have chosen the local preserve as either a home or a migrant’s favorite stop-over.

  • The 2013-14 Community Directory is here!

    The 2013-14 Redbook is here and is FREE with the purchase of the April 25 issue of the News. After Wednesday, May 1 you can pick up the community directory for $2.50 at the News office, 253 1/2 Xenia Ave.

  • Softball comeback falls short

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    In their home opener, the YSHS softball team mounted a late-inning rally but lost 17–7.

  • BLOG-Rhubarb Riches

    Parfaits seemed perfect fare for an afternoon tea and, in about an hour, we made a double batch for 20 servings to take to the Mills Lawn Annual Senior Tea.

  • Zoning code topic of special Council meeting

    Village Council will gather at a special meeting this Monday, April 29, at 7 p.m. at Council chambers to consider the recently updated zoning code, which has been in front of Planning Commission for the past several months.

  • World House Choir to perform at Central Chapel AME

    A performance of the World House Choir will take place at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, April 27, at the Central Chapel AME Church.

  • Spills threaten Springfield aquifer

    About three-and-a-half miles northwest of Springfield’s municipal well field is a landfill where 51,500 barrels of industrial waste were buried in the 1970s. Laid end-to-end, the barrels would stretch for 28 miles.

  • School Board— Improvement levy discussed

    The Yellow Springs Schools Permanent Improvement levy that supports buildings and other fixed assets will expire at the end of the year, and the district is discussing whether to renew the levy at the same level or replace it at a higher one.

  • Village Council— ‘Local dispatch worth cost’

    Forty-five villagers gathered in Village Council chambers Monday night, many there to talk about their strong desire to maintain a local dispatch service at the Yellow Springs Police Department. A dozen people spoke, including long-time police officer Al Pierce, who talked about the value of the personal and called the village’s two full-time and five part-time dispatchers the “magnificent seven,” who hold the department together.

  • New York Radiohole artists to lecture, perform

    Antioch College will host two multimedia performance artists for a lecture and workshop on non-hierarchical creative collaboration and New York’s Radiohole.

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