Articles by Lauren Heaton :: Page 52

  • e-HDS prepares local move

    “It’s exciting, isn’t it? We’re going to stay in Yellow Springs,” e-Health Data Solutions President John Sheridan said last week. “I’m happy everything worked out.”

  • Teachers agree to pay freeze

    The Yellow Springs school board unanimously approved a new contract with the Yellow Springs Education Association at its meeting Monday, Aug. 1.

  • A kind of meals on wheels, but Indian, and local

    A homemade Indian dinner to go.

    A local offering of food in the spirit of sharing could turn a gift into a community of givers.

  • Active life of a Peace Corps logo

    Peace Corps chose a design by David Battle as its 10th anniversary logo in 1961, after which the design enjoyed a storied life, rather unbeknown to its creator.  (Submitted Photo)

    Sometimes the force of design is powerful enough to sustain a momentum completely independent of the designer.

  • Judge considers Struewing suit

    “It’s an interesting case,” was one of the last statements made by Greene County Magistrate Raymond Dundes at the close of the trial between the Village of Yellow Springs and Miami Township property owners Ken and Betheen Struewing.

  • Friends aide accused of assault

    Yellow Springs police arrested a Friends Care Community employee last week for sexually assaulting one of the extended care center’s residents.

  • BLOG — Cold soup no comfort, but it’s fun!

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    Cold soup doesn’t hold a lot of appeal, until you stop thinking about it as soup.

  • Local design goes universal

    Battle's design for the Peace Corps' 10th anniversary poster

    David Battle’s design for the Peace Corps could be aptly called a classic. He originally created the image for a poster contest for the 10th anniversary of the Peace Corps in 1971.

  • Loan to retain, grow businesses

    At the Village Council meeting Monday, July 18, the leaders of local business e-Health Data Solutions got the answer they had been waiting for.

  • Schools hire two more teachers

    At its July 14 meeting, the Yellow Springs school district filled the final two teaching positions needed before school starts next month.