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  • New teachers’ second week


    Last month, the News introduced 10 of 13 new Yellow Springs Schools teachers and aides. This week, as students finish their second week of classes, we profile the final three school staff members who are new to the village this year.

  • Hardman memorial


    A memorial service to celebrate the life of Barbara L. Hardman (“Nurse Barb”) is planned for Sunday, Sept. 13, 3 p.m., in the Herndon Gallery at Antioch College.

  • AU leadership program grows

    Shown above are 20 members of Antioch University’s Ph.D. in Leadership and Change Class of 2015, shown at AU Midwest following their Aug. 1 commencement. Altogether, the group included 23 graduates from 14 states and three countries. (Submitted Photo by Andy Snow )

    Now in its 15th year, the Antioch University doctorate degree in leadership and change has graduated about 170 men and women who are schooled in leadership in the context of the historic Antioch values of racial, economic and social justice.

  • Suheil Badi’ Bushrui

    Suheil Badi’ Bushrui

    Dr. Suheil Badi’ Bushrui, local resident, distinguished scholar and tireless champion of the cause of peace, passed away on Sept. 2 at the age of 85.

  • When war inspired lives of peace

    Barbara and Earle Reynolds on their peace voyage with the Phoenix.

    This year marks the 70th year since the U.S. dropped the first and only atomic bombs in wartime history on the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

  • Overbid postpones streetscape work


    The downtown streetscape project scheduled to start on the west side of Xenia Avenue this summer has been postponed until the spring of 2016. According to Village Manager Patti Bates, the project’s construction bid was higher than the Village budget allowed, and the project will be rebid next spring.

  • A choir’s joyful sounds for the Earth

    The World House Choir is rehearsing Paul Winter’s Missa Gaia for a local performance Friday and Saturday, Sept. 11 and 12, at 7 p.m. at the Antioch College Amphitheatre. Above, from left are basses Lucas Bautista (obscured), Ron Siemer, Frank Fortino, Nick Daily and David Seitz. (Submitted Photo by Liz Mersky)

    Local resident Cathy Roma believes that singing through the body about sacred ideas brings them alive and helps them to manifest.

  • Anita J. (Taylor) Sanderson


    Anita J. (Taylor) Sanderson, 85, of Xenia, formerly of Yellow Springs, passed away Monday, Aug. 31, 2015, at Hospice of Dayton.

  • Art House-Hop returns

    Painting by Cassandra Gillens from Jim and Betty Felder’s collection. Gillens is a self-taught artist from the Gullah community of South Carolina who has exhibited widely in the United States and overseas.

    Betty and Jim Felder never set out to collect art. “We just bought things we liked and enjoyed,” Betty said. “And could afford!”

  • Brewery pauses to expand

    Nate Cornett and Lisa Wolters, owners of Yellow Springs Brewery, temporarily shut down production this month for an expansion that will allow them to brew fives times as much craft beer as they were this past year, their second year in business. They will soon move nine 30-barrel stainless steel brew tanks from storage at the former Creative Memories building to the brewery at MillWorks. (Photo by Lauren Heaton)

    Yellow Springs Brewery has a habit of being ahead of its time. When the craft brewery opened in the village in the spring of 2013, there were just a handful of small brewers in the Dayton region.