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  • Blue Jacket to close, but in-store cafe to stay

    Blue Jacket Books will close for good May 12. Meanwhile, a progressive sale begins March 5. And Blue Jacket's popular in-store cafe, Tables of Contents, will be staying open. Pictured here, owner Lawrence Hammar and worker Yvonne Wingard share a laugh, despite the sad reality of closure. (Photo by Audrey Hackett)

    Bibliophiles, take note: Blue Jacket Books is closing May 12. But foodies can take comfort in the fact that in-store cafe, Tables of Contents, has no plans to shut its doors, and may even expand in coming months.

  • Scholarships to be awarded for agricultural, environmental studies

    Greene County Farm Forum and OSU Extension Office to award scholarships to students planning to study fields related to agricultural and various environmental sciences.

    The Greene County Farm Forum and Master Gardeners will offer scholarships for students planning to focus on an assortment of agricultural and plant-based environmental studies.

  • World House Choir: Come sing with us

    The World House Choir will welcome new members on Nov. 7.

    The World House Choir, an inclusive, multicultural, mixed-voice community choir based in Yellow Springs, is welcoming new members as the group prepares for its next set of performances, including events in Yellow Springs, Dayton and Cincinnati.

  • Hike with a guide at John Bryan this Saturday

    Clifton Gorge in winter. (Photo from Ohio Division of Natural Areas and Preserves Facebook page.)

    Explore the history and geography of the gorge, with the guidance of experts this Saturday morning.

  • In memoriam: Tucker

    Tucker the Original Newshound

    Tucker, the original News Hound, who lived with the Heaton/Weigand family, departed this world Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2018.

  • A focus on women’s heart health

    February is American Heart Month, and many don’t know that heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women. Shown above, Lynda Terry of Yellow Springs, who suffered a heart attack in 2011, is shown at a “heart” tree on the bike path after she and her family completed a walk in support of the 1st Annual SCAD Research Walk/Run taking place that day. Terry’s heart attack was caused by SCAD, or spontaneous coronary artery dissection, a rare coronary disease that strikes younger women. (Submitted Photo)

    In 2011 villager Lynda Terry felt unusually tired. In the middle of the night, she woke up feeling nauseous, with a strange pain radiating down her arm. Though the symptoms weren’t the ones most would expect, Terry believed she was having a heart attack.

  • Cathy Paige memorial

    Catherine Nyssa Paige

    A memorial service for Cathy Paige will be held Saturday, Feb. 17, noon–4 p.m.

  • Good move for DMS ink, two years in

    On Monday, May 15, 2017, U.S. Rep. Mike Turner visited DMS ink corporate headquarters on Dayton Street. The visit included a tour of the offices and production facility followed by a meeting with company owner, President and CEO Christine Soward. (Submitted photo)

    The addition of DMS ink to the local business community, by all appearances, has been a positive move for the company and Yellow Springs.

  • Legendary local drummer releases greatest hits

    Gregory “Duke” Dewey, best known as the drummer for the ’60s psychedelic band Country Joe and the Fish, recently released a greatest hits album with the help of crowdfunding.

  • Susanne Oldham memorial

    Susanne Oldham and Steel

    A memorial for Susanne Oldham will be held on Sunday, Feb. 18, at 2 p.m.

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