Articles by Megan Bachman :: Page 21

  • Building on again at Birch III

    Development of a 40-lot subdivision on the village’s south side, first approved eight years ago, is finally taking off under new ownership and a rebounding housing market.

  • Minor league Indians march on

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    The Indians looked to stay unbeaten in the Yellow Springs youth recreational baseball league on Saturday, when they took on the Dragons.

  • Starflower says ‘no’ to GMO

    Starflower Natural Foods owner Marnie Neumann recently vowed to stop purchasing new items that contain GMOs for her store, saying that GMOs are both unhealthy to eat and bad for the environment. Soon Starflower may be completely GMO-free.

  • New coaches for basketball

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    Both the boys and girls varsity basketball teams at YSHS will have new coaches next season.

  • Local psychologist joins west, east in healing

    Few conventional medicine providers give much credence to traditional medicine, whose practitioners don’t often seek mainstream credentials. Dr. Rose Mary Shaw bridges both worlds.

  • Pool temporarily closed

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    On June 12, 2013, the Village staff applied an herbicide to the clover in the grassy area around the pool, forcing closure.

  • Former basketball coach Charlie Coles­— A coach like no other

    Charlie Coles will be remembered as the longtime Miami University men’s basketball coach who earned more wins than any other coach in school history. But before he became a college coaching legend, Coles was a basketball hero in Yellow Springs.

  • Pride weekend for all, take two

    The second annual Yellow Springs Pride Weekend, June 14–16, will feature a sidewalk parade, educational talks and booths, late night parties with live music, DJs and drag troupes and a family-friendly potluck picnic. Here, Liam Hackett marched in last year’s Sidewalk Pride Walk, which drew 200 participants. (File photo by Lauren Heaton)

    The largest gay pride event in the world takes place in São Paulo, Brazil, where annually more than 3 million people attend, while the smallest is in an Irish coastal village of 250 people. Yellow Springs Pride Weekend, in its second year, will likely fall somewhere in between.

  • Explore downtown history

    Historian Robin Heise is shown at right talking about the historic Octagon House at a recent walking tour. Heise hopes that villagers will contribute stories about local history to her Web site at ysheritage.org.

    Local historian Robin Heise will lead a historical walking tour of downtown Yellow Springs on Sunday.

  • Come out to Pride weekend

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    The second annual Yellow Springs Pride Weekend, June 14–16, features a sidewalk parade downtown, educational talks and booths at the Bryan Center, late night parties with live music, DJs and drag troupes and a family-friendly potluck picnic at a park.

  • Local basketball legend dies

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    Before Charlie Coles coached at Miami University, he set records in Yellow Springs. Coles died Friday.

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