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  • Food trucks, school approved

    At their meeting on Monday, June 10, Village Planning Commission approved two conditional use applications, one for the continued use of Village BP lot for food truck vendors, and one for a Montessori school on Tower Court.

  • Fair weather, fair friends

    The annual Yellow Springs Spring Street Fair Saturday, June 8, pulled in a record number of people again, and the weather was in a cooperative mood.

  • Ruth Braden Aschbacher

    Ruth Braden Aschbacher of Yellow Springs died Sunday, June 16, in her residence. She was 94.

  • Local Thai food a Tik less spicy

    Though he has been in the U.S. off and on since he was 12, Gita Sripol has come a long way from his birthplace in northern Thailand to sell the food of his homeland on the streets of Yellow Springs.

  • Local psychologist joins west, east in healing

    Few conventional medicine providers give much credence to traditional medicine, whose practitioners don’t often seek mainstream credentials. Dr. Rose Mary Shaw bridges both worlds.

  • StoryCorps creator at Schuster for WYSO fundraiser

    On Friday, June 21, WYSO will host David Isay, the founder of StoryCorps, at the Mathile Theater in the Schuster Center. His presentation, “The History of StoryCorps and the Power of Listening,” will serve as a fundraiser for WYSO.

  • Sculptor Alice Robrish— Exploring identity with ceramics

    Local sculptor Alive Robrish’s new show, “Who are We?” will open at the Yellow Springs Arts Council Gallery on Corry Street on Friday, June 14. (Photo by Anisa Kline)

    On June 14, Alice Robrish’s show, “Who Are We?,” will open at the Yellow Springs Arts Council Gallery on Corry Street.

  • Patricia Johnston

    Patricia E. Johnston, age 92 of Fairborn, passed away Saturday, June 8, in the Trinity Community of Beavercreek.

  • Former basketball coach Charlie Coles­— A coach like no other

    Charlie Coles will be remembered as the longtime Miami University men’s basketball coach who earned more wins than any other coach in school history. But before he became a college coaching legend, Coles was a basketball hero in Yellow Springs.

  • A new lighting look downtown

    Village electric crew members Dan Mayenschein (in bucket) Chris Hamilton and Jane Hamilton installed one of the three new streetlights on the north end of Xenia Avenue on Monday. (Photo by Diane Chiddister)

    Villagers who venture downtown this week may notice that the Village electric crew finished installing three street lamps at the north end of downtown.

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