Articles by Lauren Heaton :: Page 30

  • Officer chooses retirement

    Sergeant Tom Jones

    Yellow Springs Police Sergeant Tom Jones retired from the force last week, several days before an internal hearing focused on his conduct was scheduled to take place.

  • Commune with nature without harming it, or yourself

    NickintheGlen

    The Glen will host a Leave No Trace wilderness training day at the end of the month. Registration deadline is this Sunday.

  • Marching to the beat of a patriotic drum

    Craig Mesure of Coldwell Banker Heritage Realtors, executing a mayoral wave during Saturday's parade.

    July 4th was a scorcher, but it didn’t keep the townsfolk from celebrating the nation’s heritage.

  • Villagers take pride in their town

    Paraders marched along Dayton Street waving flags and receiving supportive honks from passersby.

    About 70 villagers came out yesterday to celebrate the opening of Yellow Springs’ first gay pride weekend.

  • Schools consider local food

    A new Wellness Committee hopes to secure a grant to support a “farm to school” operation to get locally sourced fresh fruits and vegetables onto the trays of students at both the village’s elementary and secondary schools.

  • 2012 Cost of Living update—The village by the numbers

    The 2012 Yellow Springs Cost of Living Report was completed this spring by Wright State University’s Center for Urban and Public Affairs (CUPA) and paid for by the James A. McKee Association.

  • McKee group updates examination of cost of living

    One of about 50 sets of data on Yellow Springs included in the 2012 Cost of Living.

    The 2012 Yellow Springs Cost of Living Study looks at how the village has changed demographically and economically over the past 30 years.

  • Reading a summer portal for all ages

    Kids gathered on the library steps on Saturday morning during Street Fair to hear Dorie Phillips sing and dance at the library. (Photo by Lauren Heaton)

    How can a person meet the woman behind Tiffany’s glass, learn Arabic, relive the Apollo 11 lunar landing, unravel the secret plot against an ophanage in Botswana and travel through time and space in one summer?

  • Township losing estate revenue

    As a result of reduced state and local funds, Miami Township will need to decide how much to rein in the general fund, which is expected to lose nearly 12 percent of its budget this year, and then sustain another 12 percent in cuts the following year.

  • Ancient art forms a stone’s throw away

    Formation at the corner of Herman Street and South High.

    Local artist Pierre Nagley deposits the results of creative inspiration about the village.

  • Antioch School 90th anniversary— A school that runs like a family

    Students were ecstatic to be out on the golf course side of the the new Antioch School around when it was built in 1953. The school will celebrate its 90th anniversary with an open house reunion on Saturday, July 7, noon–4 p.m. at the school. (Photo courtesy of Antiochiana, Antioch College)

    Elsie Hevelin remembers clearly the tall front pillars and marble fireplaces in each room of Judge Mills house where she attended the Antioch School as a child.

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