Articles by Lauren Heaton :: Page 41

  • Village gives business a hand

    Last week it looked like Yellow Springs might lose another of its small but growing businesses to a neighboring community. But due to creative thinking and swift action from the Village, e-Health Data Solutions now has a chance at leasing a bigger space and remaining inside the village.

  • New Saturday market opens

    This summer villagers Amanda and Brad Swanton-Young started a new artisan market at the Union School House. Vendors, who include local artists and crafts people, set up stands in front of the building’s front lawn. Shown in the photo is Amanda Swanton-Young. (photo by Lauren Heaton)

    Yellow Springs may not welcome residential sprawl, but outdoor market sprawl of the kind two Union School House tenants started this summer may be a welcome addition to the Saturday shopping shuffle in the village.

  • Village, Creative Memories, eHDS close to an agreement

    The Creative Memories facility could be the new home of e-Health Data Solutions.

    E-Health Data Solutions continues talks with Creative Memories and the Village of Yellow Springs in e-Health’s search for an office space to house its growing operations.

  • Jazz, entertainment and a little rabble rousing at the ‘Cotton Club’

    Rich man Rockefeller (Taylor Tocci) and Anita Loos (Sage Hale Wolf)

    Guests are welcome to kick back and loosen their ties and their pocketbooks as YS Kids Playhouse takes them into the New York jazz scene of the 1920s Cotton Club.

  • DeWine dismisses drilling file

    This month Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine released the findings of an investigation of a document containing fraudulent land leasing tactics for the purpose of gas drilling in the Yellow Springs area.

  • School staff settles on a contract

    The school board ratified one of its two employee contracts this week with the local Ohio Association of Public School Employees, or the certified staff union. An agreement was reached within two meetings, and ratified 3–0 by the school board at a special meeting on Monday, June 27.

  • Survey gives schools B, C grades

    The Yellow Springs School District district released the results of the survey this week, and overall, the community rated it “within average to above average range,” according to the survey report.

  • Vectren to replace gas lines

    Vectren is replacing aging gas lines in areas around the village. Construction may impede passage or parking. Click the link in the article below to find dates and areas of work. (Photo by Matt Minde)

    Vectren replaces aging natural gas lines around the village this month.

  • Schools hire new teachers, staff

    After a slate of retirements that took place this past year, the Yellow Springs schools began the rebuilding process this month by hiring six new teachers and staff.

  • Youths plead guilty to offense

    This week police charged five male youth from Yellow Springs and one from Beavercreek with committing a dangerous “prank” at the home of an Omar Circle resident early in the morning on June 7.

  • Students, community grade the schools

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    A recently completed survey of the schools allowed students and the community to evaluate the quality and effectiveness of their hometown district.

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