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  • “Funky spy punk” Show grows

    From left, Jessica Kinzer, Matt Housh and Ryan Henry are The Show, a local indie punk band releasing their debut CD at a concert Saturday, July 30. The show starts at 7 p.m. at the Yellow Springs Arts Council’s Oten Gallery, which is also featuring a collection of Henry’s concert poster art for The Show. They are shown performing at last weekend’s Yellow Springs Experience. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    “The Show will grow,” the slogan of the Yellow Springs-based three-piece indie band The Show, is prophetic. The band, which dabbles in psychedelic and garage rock while never straying far from its British punk roots, is rapidly becoming a local favorite.

  • Struewings vs. Village goes to trial

    A lawsuit that has cost the Village almost $40,000 regarding access to Village water for an out-of-town property is going to trial this week.

  • Gearing up for new students

    Getting ready for the arrival of its first group of students, Antioch College recently announced the hiring of its new admissions dean and of the final tenure-track faculty member.

  • Loan to retain, grow businesses

    At the Village Council meeting Monday, July 18, the leaders of local business e-Health Data Solutions got the answer they had been waiting for.

  • Schools hire two more teachers

    At its July 14 meeting, the Yellow Springs school district filled the final two teaching positions needed before school starts next month.

  • The poetry of Perry League

    It was steaming, the temperature in the mid-nineties, the humidity near 100 percent last Friday night, July 22. Six brave children showed up: Tommy Moore, 3, a stalwart, not missing a night this whole season. Tiger Van Ausdal, four-and-a-half, a good, strong, engaged, aware-and-sensitive-to-others kid who calls out every time before she throws the ball […]

  • A New Yorker cartoonist from YS

    Tom Bachtell’s cartoons were first seen on the T-shirts he designed for his Yellow Springs High School senior class.

  • Up to the wire for eHDS

    The deadline for a lease agreement between e-Health Data Solutions and Creative Memories was Wednesday, July 13.

  • New wells for Vernay clean up

    The two new capture wells that appeared at the Vernay Laboratories site on Dayton Street this summer are adding to the forces aimed at cleaning up the industrial contamination at the site.

  • Exotic plants take root on US 68

    Yellow Springs Botanicals, made up of the plant enthusiasts, from left, Mitch George, Erin Currier and Kyle Lewis, is a new exotic and rare plant business opening on the Village property formerly occupied by Stutzman’s Nursery. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    When a group of plant enthusiasts took over the Village property on U.S. 68 North that was formerly the home of Stutzman’s Nursery, the weeds were so high that the property’s dozen greenhouses were barely visible above them.

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