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  • Village Council— ‘Local dispatch worth cost’

    Forty-five villagers gathered in Village Council chambers Monday night, many there to talk about their strong desire to maintain a local dispatch service at the Yellow Springs Police Department. A dozen people spoke, including long-time police officer Al Pierce, who talked about the value of the personal and called the village’s two full-time and five part-time dispatchers the “magnificent seven,” who hold the department together.

  • Bulldog sports round-up

    Co-ed tennis thrives in YS With the largest roster in years, the YSHS co-ed tennis team is thriving, according to Coach Donna Silvert. With 22 athletes on the team, the Antioch College tennis courts have been buzzing with activity on spring afternoons. In early season play, the team has yet to win a court or […]

  • Frank Riley

    Frank M. Riley of Yellow Springs passed away on Thursday, April 18, at Greene Memorial Hospital. He was 84. Frank was born on May 17, 1928 to the late Frank and Elsie Mae (Shinkle) Riley, in Jamestown. He worked hard advancing to become vice president of his division at the First National Bank of Dayton. […]

  • Bryan Gregor

    Clunie Bryan Gregor, educator, scientist and tempered hedonist died peacefully in his sleep on April 9 at the Friends Care Nursing Home in Yellow Springs.

  • Conrad Mahle

    Conrad Mahle died on Easter Sunday, March 31. He was 79.

  • Digging deep into a garden’s gifts

    A longtime former villager who still owns a house in town and plans to retire here, Carol Siyahi Hicks gives Yellow Springs credit for many things. For instance, it was here she found the friends who helped her discover her passion for the natural world, along with providing her company on trips into the wild.

  • Village Council— How fast to move on water sourcing?

    An ongoing discussion on the sourcing of Yellow Springs water continued at Village Council’s April 1 meeting, with Council President Judith Hempfling suggesting that more time is needed to decide how best to source local water.

  • After ten years, Chen’s closes doors

    After serving spring rolls, fried rice and General Tso’s chicken for nearly 10 years from a cozy cove on Dayton Street, Chen’s Asian Bistro closed its doors at the end of March. According to owner Jenny Chen, she and the property owner could not come to a lease agreement.

  • Springfield vs. Yellow Springs — Comparing two waters

    Like Yellow Springs, Springfield was named by early settlers for its abundant underground water resources, which on the surface manifest as gushing springs. The groundwater aquifers tapped for drinking water by both communities remain highly productive today.

  • Jeanette Wiggins

    Jeanette R. Wiggins passed away peacefully on Saturday, March 23, at Friends Care Community. She was 82.

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