Articles by Lauren Heaton :: Page 21

  • Greene County to replace Hyde bridge

    A Greene County road crew member took a blow torch to the steel girders to dismantle the bridge last week.

    The historic Hyde Road bridge was dismantled last week and will be replaced later in the year.

  • Village pulls through for Little Art

    The local community helped the Little Art Theatre to reach its fundraising goal of $475,000 to complete a total renovation of the facility. Little Art Director Jenny Cowperthwaite and capital campaign co-chair Dorothy Scott spelled out the good news on the marquee this week. (Photo by Lauren Heaton)

    This year’s Campaign to Renovate the Little Art Theatre reached its goal of $475,000 to bring the theater into the 21st century.

  • Pining for a resistant strain

    Yellow Springs Tree Committee members Anna Bellisari and Robert Gage enjoyed a rare view of Dayton Street and beyond from the height of a bucket truck last week. They went to the upper stories of an unusually strong and resilient Austrian pine to get clippings they will use to reproduce and potentially commercialize. (Photo by Lauren Heaton)

    Village resident Robert Gage doesn’t relish heights, but even hovering at 70 feet in the air last week, he appeared less concerned with the drop than with the fertility of the newest shoots he was clipping.

  • YS Credit Union names Sandy Hollenberg as president

    Sandra Hollenberg (submitted photo)

    Interim president and CEO of Yellow Springs Federal Credit Union Sandra Hollenberg was named permanent leader of the local lender.

  • McKinney artists hold their own ‘Chopped’

    Olivia Brintlinger-Conn paced herself in yesterday's art competition at McKinney.

    McKinney eighth grade students competed in a series of timed art contests this week to make the cut or get “chopped.”

  • New police officer resigns

    After nine months on the job, Yellow Springs police officer Jeff Kimpan resigned on Dec. 19 from his position with the force. His resignation was effective immediately.

  • Cool digs

    Cody Back, shown above, took advantage of the last two weeks of snow and cold to construct an igloo at his Robinwood Drive home. Helped by his parents, Scott Stolsenberg and Bettina Solas, Cody used recyling bins to mold the snow for the igloo, which features a lawn chair and lanterns inside. Warm temperatures in the next few days will test the igloo’s durability. (photo by Lauren Heaton)

    Cody Back took advantage of the last two weeks of snow and cold to construct an igloo at his Robinwood Drive home.

  • Glen host to variety of feathered friends in winter

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    Glen Helen took part in the annual Christmas Bird Count over the Christmas holiday, and counters found that the frozen woods aren’t as quiet as they sometimes seem.

  • Servlet back in familiar hands

    The local Internet provider Servlet that was purchased last spring by a group of local investors was bought back earlier this month by former owner Bruce Cornett.

  • Obituary: Michael Grinnell

    Michael L. Grinnell, of Beavercreek, died peacefully on Wednesday, Jan. 2. He was 62. Michael is survived by his parents Patricia and Jack Bittner of Yellow Springs, and sisters Pam (Grinnell) Simington, Betsy (Bittner) Gannon, and Cindy and Tyler Blackburn. A memorial service will be held Saturday, Jan. 5, at 2 p.m. at the Yellow […]

  • Year in review 2012: Arts in the village remain a focal point

    Arts in the village remain a focal point in 2012

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