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  • Out of Something, Nothing: My Summer as a Professional Mover, part 2

    Sometimes the entire day requires moving only a few pieces of furniture and sometimes it’s a full packing-loading-driving-unpacking operation at someone’s huge mansion. My third day on the job lasted only three hours, and my longest day was at least sixteen. You wouldn’t know until you got there.

  • NYC theater artists offer workshop on improv, civic engagement

    The founders of the New York City avant garde theater Talking Band will present a workshop on improvisation and civic dialogue this Saturday, Feb. 13, from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Antioch College Foundry Theater. The event is free to interested community members.

  • Village commission, committee, board openings

    The Council of the Village of Yellow Springs invites citizens to apply for service on one of the Village’s commissions, committees or boards

  • DMS moves in— Sale of the 888 Dayton St. building final

    The sale of the commercial property at 888 Dayton St. closed on Friday, Jan. 29. The buyer, DMS, a Dayton-based mailing services and printing company, will occupy a major portion of the 95,000 square-foot building, former home to the Antioch Company and its subsidiary Creative Memories.

  • A wish to live deliberately

    Villagers Theresa Nolan, left, and Mandy Knaul moved to Yellow Springs in part to live closer to the land. Here, they fulfill their wish on Smaller Footprint Farm, Doug Christen’s CSA just outside the village where Knaul farms, grows flowers and looks after the Nubian goats (including Butterscotch, center). Nolan keeps bees on the property. The couple lives in the village. (Photo by Audrey Hackett)

    It might be the oldest tug of all, at least in America: the tug to live differently, to “live deliberately,” as Thoreau wrote in the opening of “Walden.”

  • Faith Lenora Mahood Patterson

    Faith Patterson

    Faith Lenora Mahood Patterson died on Jan. 17, 2016, at her home in Yellow Springs.

  • Gwilym Owen, Jr.

    Gwilym Owen, Jr., 82, died on Friday, Feb. 6, at Memorial Hospital, Chapel Hill, N.C.

  • William “Bill” Bebko

    William “Bill” Bebko, age 78, of Yellow Springs, died Monday, Feb. 8.

  • In The Court Of Common Pleas

    CASE NO. 2015 CV 0803 (consolidated with 2015 CV 0807)

  • Bid request for sidewalk rehabilitation

    Village Of Yellow Springs

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