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From The Print Section :: Page 119

  • Forget Park Place; buy Antioch

    A local version of the 80-year-old fast-dealing property trading game of Monopoly is coming to Yellow Springs. Envisioned as a way to promote the town, its businesses, non-profits and quirky culture, an informal group of merchants and villagers designed a local Monopoly board game over the last few months.

  • Feb. 21, 2013 Bulldog Sports Round-up

    Feb. 21, 2013 Bulldog Sports Round-up

  • Use the Sidedoor for a new cut and style

    Once, after Andrea Rhodes got a really good haircut, she was walking down the street when someone leaned out a car window and yelled, “Great haircut!” Rhodes aims to give that sort of cut to her customers.

  • Maryah Martin signs with Miami University-Middletown

    YSHS student Maryah Martin recently sat down in the school library and signed to play college basketball for Miami University-Middletown.

  • Charlotte Price

    Charlotte Price of Yellow Springs died peacefully in her home on Friday, Feb. 15. She was 69.

  • Chester E. Davis

    Chester E. Davis died Friday, Feb. 8, in Virginia Beach, Va. He was 92.

  • Theodore Butler Roberts

    Theodore Butler Roberts died Feb. 14 in Dayton, with his wife and sons near him. He was 75.

  • Village Council— Council to contract out pool care

    At their Feb. 4 meeting, Village Council members agreed to contract the responsibilities for running the Gaunt Park pool to Dayton Pool Management, or DPM, part of a nationwide pool management company.

  • Planners limit tiny homes

    In response to the question, “how small can a house be in Yellow Springs?” Village Planning Commission on Monday night chose to split the difference between those who favor and those who oppose allowing tiny houses in the village.

  • Being black in Yellow Springs

    Young people who grew up in Yellow Springs during the 1960s were in a “racial, social and economic bubble” where kids had little awareness of race, class or economic level, according to Yellow Springs natives who will speak soon on the topic, “Being Black in Yellow Springs: The Sixties Experience.”