Articles by YS News Staff :: Page 4

  • Request For Bids

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    John Bryan Community Center Skate Park Improvements

  • Planning Commission Hearing

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    Yellow Springs, Ohio

  • Planning Commission

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    Yellow Springs, Ohio

  • Public Meetings

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    Village of Yellow Springs

  • Patricia ’Pat’ Martin Dell

    Pat Dell (Photo by Axel Bahnsen)

    Patricia “Pat” Martin Dell died peacefully at home on Thursday, Nov. 13, from complications following a courageous battle with Parkinson’s disease. She was 87. Born Aug. 10, 1927, Pat spent her childhood in Detroit, Mich. and Warren, Ohio, before attending Grier School for Girls, nestled in the heart of the Alleghenies. Pat cherished her time […]

  • James ‘Jake’ French Lehrer

    Jake Lehrer

    James “Jake” French Lehrer died suddenly in Asheville, N.C. after a brief illness. He was 62.

  • Public Meetings

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    Village of Yellow Springs

  • ’s no joke! Village schools closed because of wintry weather

    Critters scurried across freshly fallen morning snow in this photo from February of this year. The Yellow Springs School District has decided to close schools Monday, Nov. 17, 2014 because of similar conditions. (Photo by Matt Minde)

    The Yellow Springs School District this morning decided to close village schools because of significant snowfall overnight, making roadway travel unsafe.

  • Returns: CBE fails; library, fire levy win

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    Public funding for the Center for Business and Education, or CBE, went down with a resounding “No” on Election Day, with 64 percent of villagers voting against the public funding, and 36 percent voting in favor. The vote brings to a halt Village Council’s decision to move ahead with the business park, which has been in the making for more than 10 years.

  • YS lonely liberal loyalists

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    Though Yellow Springs voters came out in greater numbers per capita than citizens in Greene County or statewide, they were largely voting for the losing teams. Across the state, despite villagers’ protest at the ballot, Republican incumbents held their seats for governor, attorney general, auditor and secretary and treasurer.