Economy Section :: Page 7

  • Village’s second passive house opens for one-day tour

    Andrew and Anisa Kline in front of their home on West Davis Street.

    Greene Generation Building will open its second passive house in the village on Saturday, June 22, from 1 to 4 p.m.

  • Pig Wings take flight this weekend

    For Tomaz and Margaret Williams, ministering and cooking have a lot in common.

  • Business brings foot fashion to YS

    Yellow Springs is known for many unique products, but fashionable shoes isn’t one of them. Elaine Chappelle is trying to change that with her new boutique shoe store, Sweet Sanaa.

  • Ohio Brass & Electric to play Home, Inc. benefit

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    Ohio Brass & Electric, a new local 11-piece horn band will play at the Home, Inc. benefit “Springs Soiree” on Friday, May 3.

  • Little Art Theatre to screen final 35mm films

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    This weekend the Little Art Theatre will put on the “Last Reel Film Festival” featuring 35mm films before closing for three months for a complete renovation.

  • Opinions mixed over zoning update

    While the phrase “zoning code” is not known to inspire enthusiasm, it lies at the heart of how land is used in the village, a topic that sparks strong opinions.

    “As became very clear to me on my first five years on Council, land–use decisions bring out the passion in Yellow Springers!” Council member Lori Askeland wrote in a recent email. “And that passion is because people care deeply about this place.”

  • Last week for winter market

    Flying Mouse Farms sells a mix of winter greens.

    If you get there early you can buy greens and eggs for your ham.

  • Enviroflight in the spotlight

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    As part of his state-wide tour to celebrate Ohio Agriculture Week, Ohio Department of Agriculture Director David Daniels on Thursday visited Enviroflight, the local producer of an animal feed made from bugs.

  • Living well in a tiny house

    If you close your eyes before entering Alex Melamed and Allison Paul’s new Walnut Street home, then open your eyes once inside, you might not realize you’re in a tiny home. The high-ceilinged, light-filled living room feels spacious, with a kitchen on one end and a bed, out of sight, in the loft above.

  • Springs Motel turns over keys

    The charm of the little roadside motel that attracted Eric Clark 10 years ago has hooked a new buyer with an eye for potential. Kat Krehbiel purchased the Springs Motel last week and has plans for its continued revival, possibly including a new place to eat on the south end of town. But to start out, Krehbiel’s main hope is to keep her first motel business alive and well.

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