Articles by Diane Chiddister :: Page 2

  • Cut and run

    College President Mark Roosevelt cut the ribbon, with the help of Chamber of Commerce President Lisa Goldberg and Village Council President Karen Wintrow, while Mayor Dave Foubert, left, looked on.

    Hundreds of villagers showed up last Saturday to the grand opening of the new Antioch College Wellness Center. RELATED POSTS: Well on the way to Wellness Sidebar: Monica Hasek At Antioch College Wellness Center Creative spark Well spring Council waives college fees

  • Council waives college fees

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    At their Sept. 2 regular meeting, Village Council members took two actions in support of the revived Antioch College.

  • Mental health training offered

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    A Mental Health First Aid training event for front-line workers is being brought to Yellow Springs next month in order to help villagers effectively interact with those who have mental health issues. The eight-hour training will take place Friday, Oct. 3, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The fee is $25 and deadline for registration […]

  • Grand opening for Wellness Center

    The grand opening of the Antioch College Wellness Center takes place this Saturday, Sept. 6, from noon to 4 p.m.

    The grand opening for the Antioch College Wellness Center takes place this Saturday, Sept. 6, from noon to 4 p.m.

  • Council re-ups environmental group

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    At their Aug. 18 meeting, Village Council members agreed to re-activate the Village Environmental Commission in order to advise Council on a host of upcoming environmental issues.

  • Yes, ageism exists in Yellow Springs

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    Yellow Springs is a rapidly aging community — according to the 2010 Census, 20 percent of villagers are 65 and older, and more than half are over 45. While the country and state are aging as well, Yellow Springs is doing so faster, with our median age of 48.5 years a full 10 years older […]

  • Little Art hosts Williams film tribute

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    The Little Art Theatre hosts a Robin Williams tribute this Saturday afternoon. The theater will fun “The World According to Garp,” and “Good Will Hunting.”

  • Mills Lawn on the move to innovate

    New to Mills Lawn this year are fourth-grade teacher Cheryl Devine, left, and fifth and sixth grade special education teacher Renée Hatert. The two joined other district teachers this week for several days of professional development at AU Midwest before school starts Friday. (photo by Lauren Heaton)

    When Mills Lawn School opens its doors this Friday, it will serve more students than last year, a growth trend that Principal Matt Housh sees as steady.

  • New streetscape to proceed

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    Village government will soon move ahead to complete the streetscape changes on the east side of Xenia Avenue, from Dino’s Cappuccinos on the north end to Glen Street in the south, according to Village Manager Patti Bates at the Aug. 18 Council meeting.

  • Village schools open doors on Friday

    New to Mills Lawn this year are fourth-grade teacher Cheryl Devine, left, and fifth and sixth grade special education teacher Renée Hatert. The two joined other district teachers this week for several days of professional development at AU Midwest before school starts Friday. (photo by Lauren Heaton)

    Yellow Springs schools open their doors for students tomorrow, Aug. 22.

  • Village owed $200,000 in past-due bills

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    Village government is owed almost $200,000 in past-due utility bills and the finance director is looking for ways to capture that revenue.

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