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From The Print Section :: Page 348

  • Sidewalk law to be enforced

    At their Feb. 19 meeting, Yellow Springs Village Council members agreed to start enforcing the Village’s sidewalk ordinance this summer by replacing substandard sidewalks along the east side of Xenia Avenue between Herman Street and downtown.

  • Negotiations continue between AC3 and board of trustees

    Negotiations are continuing between the Antioch Continuation Corporation, or AC3, and the Antioch University board of trustees, according to both AC3 and board spokespersons this week. And while each passing week makes more challenging the AC3 goal of achieving independence…

  • ‘Velveteen Rabbit’ comes alive at MLS

    You thought YS Kids Playhouse events only took place in the summer? Think again! YSKP is moving into the schools. On March 6–9, third through sixth graders at Mills Lawn School will perform Mary Kay Clark’s original theatrical adaptation of the children’s story, The Velveteen Rabbit…

  • Bulldog Sports Roundup

    The Yellow Springs High School boys basketball team played with heart but lost to Tri-Village 50–48 in the Division IV sectional championship game on Friday, Feb. 22.

  • Tregillus memorial set

    An open house to celebrate the life of Ken Tregillus will be held at 110 Kurt Street, Friday, Feb. 29, from 4 to 6 p.m.

  • Janet B. Goode

    Janet B. Goode died Feb. 17 at Kettering Medical Center. She was 82. Jan was born in Steubenville, the eldest child of Dorothy and Joe Ventolo, although in recent years she claimed to be the youngest, an assertion her brother Joe (Herky) Ventolo of Enon cheerfully backed up.

  • Yellow Springs, 2007: The Year in Review

    Among the lead stories locally in 2007: Antioch University announced that Antioch College would close in 2008. Villagers debated annexation and buying into a coal-burning electric power plant for 50 years. A proposal for a Yellow Springs arts center became a vision of Yellow Springs as an arts center.

  • Study recommends annex; Council seeks feedback

    Village Council is seeking feedback from villagers on an analysis of the proposed annexation of the Fogg farm property, according to Village Manager Eric Swansen at Council’s meeting on Jan. 2. Village staff members will use the feedback to help guide discussion at a special Jan. 29 Council meeting on the Fogg farm annexation proposal.

  • Village Council vacancy— Van der Heiden to fill seat

    At their meeting Jan. 2, members of the Yellow Springs Village Council appointed Kathryn Van der Heiden to Council’s vacant seat. The unanimous decision followed an executive session of an hour and a half.

  • New King center director seeks arena for common ground

    As the first director of the Coretta Scott King Center for Cultural and Intellectual Freedom, Dana Murray Patterson has an opportunity, she said, to make the difference she has been working toward all her life. She hopes to make the center at Antioch College a beacon for cultural common ground and to connect the campus […]

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