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From The Print Section :: Page 12

  • Comfort, self-care at Blue Butterfly

    Brian and Eileen Petri of Springboro and their daughters Bridget and Allie recently opened The Blue Butterfly, a store offering home décor and items of personal comfort, at the former location of Urban Gypsy on Dayton Street. (Photo by Carol Simmons)

    Written in chalk on a small blackboard outside the recently opened Blue Butterfly boutique on Dayton Street, the message captures the new shop’s thematic focus on home décor and personal items that offer self-care or emotional comfort.

  • Board of Education— Meeting focuses on facilities

    The Yellow Springs Board of Education met in a work session on Wednesday, Sept. 13, to take stock of the ongoing discussion about the future of the district’s physical facilities and to determine the board’s next steps.

  • CMYS opens with Calidore

    On Sunday, Oct. 8, Chamber Music in Yellow Springs will open its 2017–18 season with the Calidore String Quartet. The concert will be held at 7:30 p.m. at First Presbyterian Church.

  • 30 years in mediation

    Pictured at the ceremony celebrating 30 years of the Village Mediation Program are mediators John Gudgel, Janet Mueller, Bruce Heckman, Marianne MacQueen, Jalyn Roe, Len Kramer, Staffan Erickson and Jane Scott, with Mayor Foubert. (Submitted photo)

    Sept. 14 was proclaimed as Village Mediation Program Day by Mayor Dave Foubert, with a resolution passed by Village Council, in honor of the program

  • Village Council— Town-gown ties strong

    Antioch College President Tom Manley praised the way the college and Yellow Springs, both “extraordinary places,” support one other.

  • Ronald Eugene Benton

    Ronald Eugene Benton of Springfield passed away in his home at 5:55 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2017.

  • Quarry opposition enters new phase

    “No Quarry” yard signs created by local citizens’ group, Citizens Against Mining, peppered yards along South Tecumseh Road near Greenon High School on a recent weekend. In July, the state of Ohio approved expanded limestone mining operations in Mad River Township, just north of Yellow Springs, intensifying oppposition from area residents. (Photo by Audrey Hackett)

    A major expansion of mining operations in Mad River Township continues to face stiff opposition from area residents who say the planned limestone quarries will harm local water quality, property values, wildlife and citizens’ way of life.

  • Ezekiel memorial

    Jonathan David Ezekiel

    A memorial service will be held for Jonathan Ezekiel on Sunday, Sept. 24, at 11:30 a.m.

  • Street sweets

    The North Stafford and Union streets block party not only served as a late-summer gathering, but also as a graduation celebration for Horton, who recently received her master’s in mental health counseling. Pictured here, Jayden Toms was one of many block-partiers who cut, with gusto, into the big “Happy Graduation” cake. (Photos by Audrey Hackett)

    About 30 friends and neighbors, including about 10 kids, gathered in front of Heather Horton’s house on Saturday, Sept. 16, for the North Stafford and Union streets block party.

  • New manager at Antioch School

    Nathan Summers took over as the new school manager of the Antioch School, a small, private school in the village, after former manager M.J. Richlen left last year. Summers previously was board chair at the school and vice president of student affairs at the School of Advertising Art in Kettering. (Photo by Jessica Sees)

    Nathan Summers, a Yellow Springs resident of 20 years, has been handed the unicycle as the new school manager at the Antioch School.

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