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Economy Section :: Page 12

  • Planning Commission— How small is too small for a home in town?

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    How small is too small for a house in Yellow Springs? That question was one of several considered by the Village Planning Commission at a special Jan. 23 meeting as they reviewed the proposed revision of the Village zoning code.

  • Creative Memories building— Auctioneer offers purchase

    The Antioch Company drafted a contract last week to sell its facility on East Enon Road to International Auction and Appraisal Services Worldwide, an industrial auctioneer and property manager based in Shrewsbury, Pa.

  • Enter the Sidedoor for new cut or style

    Hair stylist Andrea Rhodes recently opened the Sidedoor Salon at 108 Dayton Street.

    Andrea Rhodes recently opened the Sidedoor Salon on the side of 108 Dayton Street.

  • Fate of old clinic site still not known

    Since the Yellow Springs Family Health Center, operated by Wright State University Physicians, was abandoned and demolished three years ago, the land has been vacant.

  • YS Credit Union names Sandy Hollenberg as president

    Sandra Hollenberg (submitted photo)

    Interim president and CEO of Yellow Springs Federal Credit Union Sandra Hollenberg was named permanent leader of the local lender.

  • New store Ohio Vintage— A family passion for the old

    John-Marcus Murray, seated, and his brother, Josh, have recently opened Ohio Vintage above The Winds Cafe at 213 Xenia Avenue. The store, which specializes in industrial, urban and eclectic vintage goods, will offer shoppers a 20 percent off sale this weekend, Jan. 4–6. Store hours are noon to 5 p.m. (Photo by Diane Chiddister)

    The Murray brothers are unusual in the world of vintage goods. They’re young — Josh is 29, John-Marcus 30 — but they’ve already been buying and selling old items for about 15 years.

  • Servlet back in familiar hands

    The local Internet provider Servlet that was purchased last spring by a group of local investors was bought back earlier this month by former owner Bruce Cornett.

  • The year in review 2012: The economy — MillWorks hosts bugs, breweries

    The year in review 2012: The economy — MillWorks hosts bugs, breweries

  • Norah’s no longer open, for now

    Starting Friday, Norah Byrnes voluntarily stopped serving breakfast in her home. According to officials, complaints about the activity in the home over the past year caused regulators to become aware that Byrnes may be operating outside zoning regulations.

  • Antioch College forges partnership with Ohio businesses

    The first class of the revived Antioch College gathered on the steps of Main Building at the start of their year. After nine months and three challenging terms, students said they felt exhausted and overwhelmed, yet enthused with a sense of accomplishment. The next class arrives in October. (submitted Photo by Dennie Eagleson)

    Antioch College received a state grant this month to support the creation of internships and cooperative work experiences for its students with Ohio’s food producers.