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  • Always coming home to the village

    Jim and Betty Felder came to Yellow Springs when Jim was a young Air Force officer at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and Betty a teacher in the Mad River Township schools. They raised their two sons, Greg and Kevin, in the Omar Circle home where they still live. (Photo by Holly Hudson)

    Betty and Jim Felder, both in their 80s, have been recounting their time in Yellow Springs, how they met and when they came here, by each telling their stories which circle back, intertwine and pick up where the other left off.

  • Your Village Needs You!

    PLANNING COMMISSION

  • Council passes villagewide lodging tax

    Guests who pay to stay overnight at local hotels, bed and breakfasts, guest houses or spare rooms will soon pay an extra tax to the Village of Yellow Springs.

  • Activists are awake and watching

    Yellow Springs resident Susan Alberter (left front), the driving force behind Greene County Indivisible: Awake and Watching, was among a number of group members who participated in a rally Tuesday, Sept. 5, in downtown Dayton to protest the president’s efforts to rescind President Barack Obama’s executive order known as DACA, or Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. An estimated 100 people, many from Yellow Springs, gathered outside U.S. Rep. Mike Turner’s regional office to urge Turner to help retain the legal status of 800,000 young people called “Dreamers.” (Photo by Carol Simmons)

    They’ve been dressing up in chicken suits each Monday and visiting downtown Dayton with signs suggesting that U.S. Representative Mike Turner, whose regional office is there, might be “a chicken” for not meeting yet this year with local constituents in a town hall setting.

  • Public Hearing Planning Commission

    Monday, September 25, 2017, 7 p.m.; Council Chambers, 2nd floor, Bryan Center

  • September 14, 2017 Bulldog Sports Round-up

    Junior Alex Ronnebaum went up for a block during the Yellow Springs High School girls varsity volleyball team’s three-set win over visiting Middletown Christian on Sept. 5. Ronnebaum — who has yet to commit a service error this season — served for seven points, six aces, and contributed seven kills, two blocks and four digs in the Bulldog victory. (Photo by Zack Brintlinger-Conn)

    September 14, 2017 Bulldog Sports Round-up

  • Liquid asset

    Brad Ault (left), Village superintendent of water and wastewater, said this week that the new water plant will be in operation by the end of the year. Also pictured is John Christenson of the water and wastewater department. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    Construction continues at the new $7.2 million Village water plant on Jacoby Road, which broke ground in September 2016.

  • Still vibrant, still Victorettes

    Six members of the Victorettes held hands and sang at Central Chapel A.M.E. Church on Sunday, Sept. 3, capping off this year’s well-attended reunion. From left are Phyllis Jackson, Dorothy Allen, Marie Payton, Dorothy Boyce, Isabel Newman and Betty Ford. All were members of the singing and service group founded by Boyce in 1944 and active until 1946, with friendships that have lasted a lifetime. (Photo by Audrey Hackett)

    In the spring of 1944, a group of young African-American women came together under the leadership and musical direction of Dorothy Boyce. They called themselves “The Victorettes.”

  • Jonathan David Ezekiel

    Jonathan David Ezekiel

    Jonathan David Ezekiel, born Aug. 9, 1952, formerly of Derwood, Md., died Sept. 8 of a heart attack in Yellow Springs.

  • Chamber Music Yellow Springs hosts quartet of quartets

    Autumn breezes will bring a fresh new season of chamber music performances from Chamber Music in Yellow Springs; the organization is ready to celebrate by welcoming audiences from across the Miami Valley to its 34th season

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