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Feb
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2017
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  • Public Hearing

    The final draft of a new zoning code

  • Joel ‘Pete’ Stern

    Joel “Pete” Stern of Westerville, Ohio, died at home Sept. 2, surrounded by friends and family. He was 92.

  • Yellow Springs foodies try a new vegan product that has yet to hit the commercial shelves

    Chef Tetsuko Okada came to town over the weekend to demonstrate the unlimited capacity of her new vegan food product to morph into a facsimile of almost any meat on the planet.

  • Laugh Strong at Brewery tonight

    “Laugh Strong: Tour de Comedy,” a road show featuring four New-York based stand-up comics who also happen to love biking, will make a stop at Yellow Springs Brewery on Monday, Sept. 9 at 7 p.m. The tour kicks off in Ohio, covering 500 miles in eight days, biking from city to city.

  • JV volleyball aces Xenia

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    Last year’s standout McKinney volleyball players are now becoming a force at the JV level.

  • BLOG-Ladies Night Out

    “Oh, yes! It’s Ladies Night.” Amy hits the town with her good buddies while the men frost cupcakes at home with the children. Unexpected adventures are had in both quarters.

  • Ordinance Adopting the New Zoning Code and Repealing the Existing Zoning Code

    ORDINANCE NO. 2013-19, VILLAGE OF YELLOW SPRINGS, OHIO

  • Fireworks

    A small but intrepid crowd of villagers braved iffy weather on Saturday night to attend the long-overdue 4th of July fireworks display, which had been postponed in July. The event, which took place at Gaunt Park, went on as planned regardless of thunderstorms during the day and into the evening. Along with the fireworks, the crowd enjoyed the Soul Fire Tribe dancers, who performed after the fireworks. (photo by Suzanne Szempruch)

    A small but intrepid crowd of villagers braved iffy weather on Saturday night to attend the long-overdue 4th of July fireworks display.

  • BLOG — Let’s go to the movies, let’s go see the stars

    Dayton's Dixie Twin Drive-In.

    Imagine, dear readers, if you will: a movie theater at which you supply your own seats, your own sound. At which children and adults alike are free to roam the grounds during the film without bothering anybody. At which you can literally close a door upon your rowdy child (and yourself, too, because we’re not monsters, here) and still enjoy the film?

  • Authorizing Payment of Invoices with Then and Now Certificate and Declaring an Emergency

    ORDINANCE NO. 2013-20, VILLAGE OF YELLOW SPRINGS, OHIO

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