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  • Man attempts to rob US Bank

    At 1:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 3, a US Bank employee reported that someone had attempted to rob the bank.

  • Revenue drop leads to levy renewal

    On May 3 Yellow Springers will be asked to vote on Issue 1, a renewal of the current Village five-year 8.4 mill property tax levy due to expire at the end of 2011.

  • Village solar project proposed

    The Village of Yellow Springs, which already gets a third of its electricity from renewable sources, has an opportunity to add locally-produced renewable energy to its portfolio.

  • John Spariosu memorial

    An open house memorial celebration will be held in honor of John Spariosu on Saturday, March 12.

  • Irwin Abrams memorial

    A gathering in memory of the life of Irwin Abrams will be held Sunday, March 13, at 3 p.m. in the Friends Care Center dining room.

  • Energy report cards firststep towards conservation

    Energy report cards will soon be sent to some residents in hopes that the data will spur residents to make energy-efficiency upgrades to their homes.

  • Edward J. McHugh

    Edward J. McHugh died at home on Wednesday, March 2. He was 81.

  • Village affordable housing project elicits community support, concerns

    In a discussion of a proposed affordable housing development at Village Council’s Feb. 22 meeting, some villagers spoke in support of the potential public/private partnership to build four permanently-affordable homes.

  • March 10, 2011 Bulldog Sports Round-up

    Point guard Greg Felder Jr. leaps over three Tri-Village players in the Bulldog’s 62–43 loss in the first round of tournament play on Tuesday, March 1. Felder Jr. dominated both sides of the court and led the team’s scoring with 19 points. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    Boys basketball falls short in tourney In the first round of the sectional tournament on Tuesday, March 1, the Yellow Springs boys varsity basketball team faced a heartbreaking loss.

  • Valeska Lindner

    Valeska Lynne (Appleberry) Lindner, 68, died Feb. 11 at her home in Fort Collins, Colo. She was 68.

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