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Articles by Diane Chiddister :: Page 7

  • Antioch College Village Charrette

    Shown above is a draft version of the Antioch Village charrette, in which many kinds of housing are located on the western and northern edges of campus. (Submitted graphic)

    Several hundred villagers took part in last week’s Antioch College Village Charrette, a collaborative design event that aimed to create a plan for a new housing development on campus.

  • Antioch College Charrette wraps up tonight

    About 200 villagers, including, clockwise from top left, Carmen Milano, Len Kramer and Neenah Ellis, took part in Sunday's opening event at the Antioch College Village Charrette.

    The Antioch College Village Charrette will wrap up tonight, as designers present their work so far.

  • Chris Conard retains position as Village solicitor

    Village Council unanimously voted to re-appoint Chris Conard of the Dayton firm Coolidge Wall as Yellow Springs Village solicitor. (Submitted photo)

    At their Feb. 17 meeting, Village Council unanimously voted to re-appoint Chris Conard of the Dayton firm Coolidge Wall as Yellow Springs Village solicitor.

  • Antioch College seeks input on campus homes

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    Organizers of the Antioch College Village Charrette hope that many villagers participate in the opening event of the five-day process this Sunday, March 1, 6–9 p.m. in the South Gym in the Wellness Center.

  • Village Council—Who will be responsible for unpaid bills?

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    Village Council considered whether property owners should be held responsible for the unpaid utility bills of their tenants.

  • Villager input sought for Antioch College Village

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    The kick-off events of the Antioch College Village Charrette will take place this Sunday, March 1.

  • News is tops for a fifth time

    The News fulltime staff celebrated being named Newspaper of the Year in its size category by the Ohio Newspaper Association for the fifth straight year. Pictured above are, top row from left, Designer Suzanne Szempruch and Village Desk Editor Lauren (Chuck) Shows; middle row, Pearl Bachman (not fulltime) and Reporter Megan Bachman, Editor Diane Chiddister, freelancer Carol Simmons and Associate Editor Lauren Heaton; and front row, Designer Matt Minde and Office Manager Kathryn Hitchcock. Not shown are Advertising Manager Robert Hasek and Bookkeeper Peg Champney. (Photo by our Camera)

    For the fifth year in a row, the Yellow Springs News won the top honor in its size category at the annual Ohio Newspaper Association convention.

  • New pastor at Central Chapel A.M.E.

    Rev. Dwight Smith is the new pastor at the Central Chapel A.M.E. Church in Yellow Springs.

    The Reverend Dwight Smith is the new pastor at Central Chapel A.M.E. Church.

  • Photo exhibit shows Meredith Dallas in Selma march

    Patti Dallas was recently surprised to find a photo of her father, Meredith, in an Asheville, N.C. exhibit of the work of James Barker. The photo showed Dallas at the historic civil rights march in Selma, Ala.

    Villager Patti Dallas was surprised to find a photo of her father, Meredith, in a photo exhibit of the 1965 civil rights march in Selma, Ala., in an Asheville, N.C., photo exhibit of the work of James Barker.

  • Village Council— Public Arts Commission busy in ’14

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    After a long pause following its 2013 launch, the Public Arts Commission was busy last year, making progress on a number of projects, according to PAC member David Turner in the group’s 2014 report to Council at Council’s Feb. 2 meeting.