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  • ‘Tuna’ for laughs, to support theater

    Yellow Springs High School seniors Elliot Cromer, left, and Adam Zaremsky will present the two-person comedy Greater Tuna this Saturday, Feb. 26, at 8 p.m. in the Mills Lawn gym. The show is the students’ senior project, and proceeds will go to the high school theater program. (Photo by Kelsey Cundiff)

    Due to recent cuts in the school district budget, some students have chosen to use their senior projects as a way to give back to programs that have been important to them, and that now face decreased funding.

  • Marcella Binegar

    Marcella Binegar, formerly of London, died Saturday, Feb. 26, at Friends Care Center. She was 103.

  • John Spariosu memorial

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

  • Antioch admits first students

    James Russell is among the first four young people — two from Texas and two from Ohio — to be accepted by Antioch College during its early admissions process.

  • March 3, 2011 Bulldog Sports Round-up

    Junior swimmers Erika Chick and Elizabeth Malone ended a season of winning swims and personal bests at the Division II Ohio High School Swimming Championships in Canton last Friday.

  • Bit of ‘Heaven’ right here, right now

    Donna Blackman, here with her dog Rosey, opened Heaven On Earth Emporium earlier this month. The store features a variety of new and antique products, such as ladies apparel, jewelry, chocolate and soap. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    Heaven On Earth Emporium, the most recent retail store to open downtown, is filled with both the unique and the functional.

  • Mary E. Burris

    Mary E. Burris died Saturday, Feb. 19. She was 80

  • Feb. 24, 2011 Bulldog Sports Roundup

    Feb. 24, 2011 Bulldog Sports Roundup

  • Friends plans to sell Barr property

    This week a Friends Care Community task force announced plans to sell the Barr property, which the Morgan Family Foundation had gifted to the care center in November.

  • Cemex fined, to cut emissions

    Cemex, Inc. agreed to pay a $1.4 million fine for Clean Air Act violations at its cement plant off of Dayton-Yellow Springs Road in Fairborn.