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From The Print Section :: Page 141

  • Village OKs bidding on lot

    The Railroad Street property where the grain elevator once stood is going to auction this week, and the Village of Yellow Springs will be among the bidders.

  • Californian finds village novel

    Jillian Slater in her new Yellow Springs back yard garden. (Photo by Nadia Mulhall)

    Originally from Jackson, Calif., Jillian Slater moved to Dayton in January, 2011. Whenever she told people she was from California, they would invariably reply “I bet you would like Yellow Springs.”

  • Council eyes public art policy

    Village Council considered a draft art policy at its Oct. 15 meeting as a first step towards defining the types of art allowed in public spaces and the procedures for their approval.

  • Daniel Pearson memorial

    A memorial service for Daniel Pearson will be held Saturday, Nov. 10, 1–3 p.m. in the Glen Helen Auditorium.

  • Volleyball team wins, family style

    YSHS Volleyball

    Even for a team of such fierce competitors, the prospect of going into Division I Fairborn on the Skyhawks’ senior night and getting a victory was a stretch. But on Sept. 26, the Division III Yellow Springs High School girls’ varsity volleyball team rallied to defeat Fairborn in five sets.

  • New class to continue shaping college


    Meredith Martin is one of a new crop of Antioch College students, a cohort 75-strong composed of enthusiastic young people who arrived on campus last week ready to remake the college, which reopened last year.

  • Yellow Springs Artists Studio Tour — Art and the artist on display


    The once-a-year chance to peek inside a local artist’s studio and discover their process draws some of the biggest art-loving crowds to Yellow Springs each October.

  • Women’s shelter started in Yellow Springs

    Local resident Susan Stiles helped found the Family Violence Prevention Center — informally known as the Xenia Women’s Shelter — in Greene County in 1979. Then it was called the Greene County Domestic Violence Project. It was initially located in a couple of different locations in Yellow Springs.

  • William Henry Gish Jr.

    William Henry Gish Jr. died peacefully on May 24 at Scripps Encinitas Memorial Hospital, following a brief illness.

  • Village to consider bidding on land parcel downtown

    The Village Station development that has been hanging on as a concept plan for office and retail space at the corner of Dayton and Railroad Streets is all but quashed. But an opportunity for a new idea may be coming soon.