Articles by Lauren Heaton :: Page 33

  • Village to hire interim manager

    New Village interim manager Laura Curliss

    On Wednesday, Jan. 11, Village Council President Judith Hempfling announced that the Village and Laura Curliss of Wilmington had reached a contract agreement hiring Curliss as the Interim Village Manager. Council will officially vote on the new hire at its meeting Tuesday, Jan. 17.

  • Home, Inc. senior housing project gets major boost

    Site plan of the proposed Home, Inc. senior housing project.

    The Morgan Family Foundation has given a major gift to Home, Inc. to support the construction of senior apartments on the Barr Property.

  • The economy— Businesses choose to stay in village in 2011

    2011 Year in review: Business and Economy

  • Village schools— 2020 plan takes shape

    2011 Year in review: Village Schools

  • Entrepreneurs get busy on the perfect brew

    VBC

    After years of dreaming, planning and home brewing, Shane and Jacqui Creepingbear are launching their long-awaited Vitruvian Brewing Company. The couple began moving into the MillWorks space formerly occupied by Nonstop Liberal Arts Institute on Jan. 1, and will spend the first two months remodeling for beer production. They expect to have their first brew […]

  • Basho moves to Kings Yard

    Brian Springer at the new Basho store in Kings Yard.

    Basho Apparel moved this month to a storefront space in King’s Yard, where the business plans to expand its inventory and continue to feature a new print artist each month.

  • Emporium to feature protester portraits

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    Miyazaki’s photos portray the men and women who fought for worker’s rights in Wisconsin this year.

  • Students take a global look at water

    Antioch College student Adam Abraham researched the history of global conflicts caused by the scarcity of water as his final project for the global seminar on the topic of water. All 35 students presented their final projects at McGregor Hall last Wednesday. (Photo by Lauren Heaton)

    Having approached the topic of water through the disciplines of art, science, history, literature, environmentalism and political science all in one semester, Antioch College faculty members Lewis Trelawny-Cassidy and David Kammler received a range of final projects that reflected their integrative model.

  • Village settles with officer

    The Village reached a settlement earlier this month with a former Yellow Springs police officer over a claim he had filed with the Equal Opportunity Employment Commission (EEOC) last year over his right to continue working after acquiring a job-related disability.

  • Conrad kept village schools in order

    Craig Conrad, head of maintenance and custodial supervisor for the Yellow Springs School District, is retiring next month after 27 years with the district. (Photo by Lauren Heaton)

    From the moment he started, Craig Conrad has loved his job; he seldom has the same day twice, and is kept busy with a wide spectrum of duties.

  • Upgrade makes sewage plant shiny and new

    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)

    After nearly two years of work and about $3 million in upgrades, the Village’s refurbished wastewater treatment plant now has not only higher water quality but also a new name.

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