Articles by Lauren Heaton :: Page 22

  • Catch a ride to the Dayton Philharmonic choral performance

    dayton-philharmonic-orchest

    Yellow Springs will continue its tradition of chartering a school bus to the finale of the Dayton Philharmonic season this weekend.

  • Glen’s spring bird count flushes out diverse range of singers

    Scarlet tanager

    Check out the results of the Glen’s latest bird count by species.

  • Village water lines an issue separate from the source

    From left, Village treatment plant operator Brad Ault, intern Richard Stockton and water and wastewater superintendent Joe Bates reviewed the major upgrade to the Village Water Reclamation plant that was completed last month. (Photo by Lauren Heaton)

    As the village debates the question of whether to source the fresh water supply locally or from Springfield, it has become apparent that the town’s water lines are also in need of an upgrade.

  • Xenia police arrest Yellow Springs burglary suspects

    THUMB_Police

    On Tuesday, May 7, 2013, police executed a search warrant for Oliver Simons, who is suspected in the recent rash of burglaries around town.

  • Xenia police arrest suspected Yellow Springs burglar

    On Tuesday night, May 7, Yellow Springs police and the Greene County ACE Task Force raided the home of a suspect they believe is responsible for the series of residential burglaries.

  • YSHS showcases student artwork

    Pre-Columbian ceramic effigies were among the art pieces in the K–12 show.

    Student art from every grade in the district colored the hallways and common spaces of the high school last week.

  • Police investigate burglaries

    Last Friday morning, April 19, the Yellow Springs Police Department issued a Hyper Reach alert to all village residents, informing villagers of a rash of burglaries that have occurred in the village with increasing frequency over the past four months.

  • YSSC full of members, not funds

    The Yellow Springs Senior Center, which serves vital health, transportation and social needs for the area’s senior citizens, for the first time in 2011 and 2012 budgeted for a 6 percent deficit. While the local center is serving more seniors than ever before, around 700 individuals per year, revenue has not kept pace with the expenses needed to serve a growing population of elders.

  • Gear up for the village’s own winged migration

    downyguy

    Glen Helen invites the village’s bird watchers and watching enthusiasts to come out on Saturday, May 11, and help count the number of feathered friends that have chosen the local preserve as either a home or a migrant’s favorite stop-over.

  • School Board— Improvement levy discussed

    The Yellow Springs Schools Permanent Improvement levy that supports buildings and other fixed assets will expire at the end of the year, and the district is discussing whether to renew the levy at the same level or replace it at a higher one.