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From The Print Section :: Page 12

  • Ha Ha now serves up slices in Xenia

    Ha Ha Pizza owner B.J. Walters, center, opened a second location last month on Main Street in Xenia across from the courthouse. The restaurant features the same menu of handmade pizzas, calzones and subs as the original business in Yellow Springs. The move involved a major renovation project facilitated by long-time employees Misty and John Howell. (Photo by Lauren Heaton)

    For nearly 40 years, when someone said Ha Ha Pizza, everyone knew that meant the homey New York style pie joint in downtown Yellow Springs.

  • Village Council— Go ahead for water softening

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    At their April 6 meeting, Village Council members unanimously voted to move ahead with adding water softening to the proposed new water plant.

  • Foundry Theater hard stage to share

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    Since Foundry Theater reopened last summer after its first renovation since the 1980s, the black box at Antioch College has been busy.

  • Boogie man — and women

    Dressing up in their disco best are, from left, front row, Karla Horvath, Joe Tritschler and Stephanie McClean; back row, Amy Dihrkop, Maggie Cooper, Kira Lugo and Alice Young-Basora. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    The third annual Enchantment Under the Springs adult prom — this year themed “Boogie Nights” — is Saturday, April 18, from 7 p.m. to midnight in the John Bryan Community Center gym.

  • McKee group honors Wright

    Maria Wright will receive the James A. McKee Association Outstanding Community Service Award on Saturday, April 18. (Photo by Lauren Heaton)

    For her years of dedicated service, the James A. McKee Association will honor Maria Wright with the 2015 Outstanding Community Service Award.

  • Bulldog Sports Round-Up

    Zach Brintlinger-Conn studied the competition during the team’s loss against Newton on Saturday, April 11 (submitted photo)

    Tennis sweeps opponent 5–0; Baseball takes early leads; Girls drop doubleheader; Track and Field YSHS teams finish fourth, fifth; McKinney opens with a bang

  • Women’s voices out loud

    Irene Bedard performing a spoken word piece. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    More than 20 local women sang, danced, told stories and read poems at the 36th Annual Women’s Voices Out Loud performance on Saturday. This year’s event was held at the Foundry Theater, its third location in as many years, and also featured an exhibit of artwork by local women.

  • Village Council— Landlords held responsible for utilities

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    Village Council members unanimously supported a proposed change in Village policy that makes property owners responsible for their tenants’ utility debts.

  • Fiber Forum: Municipal Broadband Network

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    Fiber Forum: Municipal Broadband Network

  • Council and Trustees meet— Strategic planning considered

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    At a special joint meeting between Village Council and the Miami Township Trustees on March 30, leaders discussed how best to step up strategic planning for the Village and Township, in order to coordinate initiatives to reflect local values and goals.