From The Print Section :: Page 112

  • One-of-a-kind specs made here

    David Flowers has a clear vision for local sustainability. The 27-year-old crafts handmade eyewear from renewable lumber, and though wooden eyeglasses are a new fashion trend, he said his specs are a mix of functionality and art, and above all, a sustainable product.

  • YS schools on 2020 track

    Change is the operative word these days for Yellow Springs schools, and summer hasn’t much altered its meaning.

  • T-ball’s festival of love and play

    “I enjoyed your article,” Elijah Yelton, one of the most fantastic four year olds in the whole world, says. “You what?” I ask, stunned, not believing my ears. The boy is only four. “I enjoyed your article,” he repeats, telling me his grandfather, Charlie Bunton, read it to him. “I am sorry we were late,” […]

  • Delores Lamont

    Delores Leininger Lamont died peacefully on Sunday, July 15, at Hospice of Dayton after a long fight with cancer. She is survived by her husband Gary, and her three children, Michael, Jonathan and Heather. Visitation will be Friday, July 20, 5–8 p.m. at Jackson Lytle and Lewis Funeral Home in Yellow Springs. Her funeral mass […]

  • Pauline Fleck

    Pauline Fleck died July 17 at Hospice of Palm Beach, Fla. after a brief illness and complications from surgery. Her daughter, Eve, and good friend, Tamy Hernandez, were by her side. She was 83. A retired registered nurse, Pauline loved the arts, music, all things “collectible,” the Boston Red Sox, the Miami Heat and, most […]

  • County school grows in village

    Greene County Educational Services Center superintendent Terry Thomas will retire next month. (Photo by Lauren Heaton)

    For the past 25 years, Greene County’s special education provider has sat quietly at the western edge of the village, growing.

  • A overly-hot village keeps its cool

    Summer-saults: Even though the temperature rose to a lethargy-inducing 96° last Thursday, July 5, jumpers rose to the occasion to show off for the camera at Gaunt Park pool’s deep end. Pool officials cited heavy use during the heat, and a record attendance that Friday. (Photos by Suzanne Ehalt)

    Villagers took the second week of scorching heat like champions last Friday and Saturday, when temperatures soared to record highs. The Village pool was well utilized.

  • Main Squeeze under new ownership— A smooth blend of old, new

    Xenia couple Debi Yawn and David Lee purchased Main Squeeze last week from Donna Lynn Johnson, who opened the juice bar in 2006. Yawn and Lee said they plan to keep selling Main Squeeze’s signature smoothies and juices while they add more food items to the menu. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    When Main Squeeze went on sale at the beginning of the year, customers may have worried about the fate of the local juice bar. But smoothie addicts can still get their fix at Main Squeeze.

  • Village wins federal grant to enhance safety for kids

    Village children will more safely walk or bike to school within the next year, thanks to a collaborative effort between local citizens and Village government.

  • A ‘Marriage’ of Mozart and Marx

    This year’s Yellow Springs Kids Playhouse show mashes up a Mozart opera with a Marx brother film. Mo’s Night at the Opera runs from Thursday, July 12, to Sunday, July 15, and from July 19–22 at the Antioch College Amphitheatre, 759 Corry St., starting at 7:30 p.m. Some cast members are, clockwise from bottom front: Kevon Matthews, Taylor Felder, McKenzie Byers, London Neal, Tahlia Potter, Sumayah Chappelle and Samantha Woolley. (Submitted Photo by John Fleming)

    One might ask what theater company would have the audacity to mix together an 18th century opera, a Marx Brother’s film, Art Speak from the walls of the Chicago Art Institute, and Justin Bieber’s Twitter feed.