Articles by Lauren Heaton :: Page 30

  • Student killed in car crash

    Sarah Hammond

    In a car accident early in the morning of Friday, March 2, Yellow Springs resident Sarah Hammond was killed, along with two of her friends, as they were heading to the Detroit airport.

  • Your one-stop shop to be the fittest that survive

    Outside

    Springs Survival store opened recently behind Kings Yard and offers a host of gear and supplies for backpacking and emergency preparedness.

  • Land preservationist shares expertise with the Glen

    Cascades

    Land preservationist Nancy Stranahan will give a talk on March 9 in the Glen about the efforts of her organization to preserve open spaces in southwest Ohio.

  • Local customer, investors purchase Servlet

    Servlet's new owners Cyprian Sajabi, left, and Roi Qualls, right, with the company's network engineer Ishema Umuhoza.

    Servlet internet service provider changed hands last week but will stay local.

  • Sarah J. Hammond

    Sarah Hammond died in a car accident today, Friday, March 2, on I-75 in Middleton Township, Wood County. According to a release from the Ohio State Highway Patrol, Hammond was a passenger in a Pontiac Grand Prix that crashed head-on into a Plymouth Breeze that was traveling the wrong direction on the highway a little […]

  • YSHS teacher settles, resigns

    Michelle Edwards, chemistry teacher at Yellow Springs High School for seven years, resigned her position last week after coming to a settlement with school officials. (News archive photo)

    During a special meeting on Thursday, Feb. 16, the Yellow Springs school board accepted the resignation of Yellow Springs High School chemistry teacher Michelle Edwards.

  • Collins spells her way to regionals

     

    Mills Lawn student Freddie Collins will compete at the Dayton regional spelling bee this weekend.

  • School as wireless provider?

    The Yellow Springs school district, in partnership with other local agencies, could potentially become a wireless Internet provider for the entire village.

  • Students oppose teacher’s imposed leave

    Yellow Springs High School students walked out of class last Wednesday, Feb. 8, in protest of the removal of their chemistry teacher from school. District Superintendent Mario Basora came to the school to field questions from students. (Photo by Lauren Heaton)

    About 80 Yellow Springs High School students walked out of school last week in protest of the school administration’s decision to place a high school teacher on administrative leave.

  • Winter banners brighten the village

    The annual Yellow Springs Banner Festival, with banners created by local artists, is gracing Yellow Springs with its colors and original designs, until the beginning of spring.

    Banners by Yellow Springs artists are brightening downtown, after being put up by the Village crew earlier this week.

  • Chamber Music Yellow Springs to fund new music

    Yellow Springs native Allen McCullough was commissioned to write a piece for string quartet by CMYS, in support of new music by young artists. (Submitted photo)

    Chamber Music Yellow Springs recently extended a rare invitation for a new work by an artist whose exposure to music growing up in the village delivered him to the life of a composer.

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