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  • Being black in Yellow Springs

    Young people who grew up in Yellow Springs during the 1960s were in a “racial, social and economic bubble” where kids had little awareness of race, class or economic level, according to Yellow Springs natives who will speak soon on the topic, “Being Black in Yellow Springs: The Sixties Experience.”

  • Preparing in life for one’s death

    Few people know just when they will die, but those who want to can decide how they leave the world, according to Jane Brown, who worked for many years as a hospital chaplain and then a Hospice care provider.

  • Pearl Stanley

    Lula Pearl Wells Stanley died Tuesday, Feb. 12, in her home. She was 94.

  • Well-capping raises concern over Vernay plume clean-up

    A proposed well-capping ordinance backed by Vernay Laboratories and the Greene County Combined Health District to prevent contamination from groundwater polluted by Vernay has raised concerns among some neighbors, who view the effort as an attempt by Vernay to circumvent long-term cleanup effort.

  • Guns and the Village: Reviewing safety in our schools

    Mills Lawn sixth grade student Teymour Fultz helped youth cross safely to school this week, as parents, teachers and the wider community continue to discuss the security needs for the local school district. (Photo by Lauren Heaton)

    The rampage at Sandy Hook Elementary School on Dec. 14 has caused school communities across the country to reassess the safety of their buildings and their ability to respond to violent threats and crises, especially those related to an active shooter.

  • Pick-up pickin’

    Over 60 singers and musicians brought their voices and a dozen different instruments to the first Yellow Springs Hootenanny on Saturday, Jan. 19. Future Hootenannies will be held the third Saturday of each month, 6–9 p.m. at the Coretta Scott King Center on the Antioch College campus. (Submitted photo)

    Over 60 singers and musicians brought their voices and a dozen different instruments to the first Yellow Springs Hootenanny on Saturday, Jan. 19.

  • Council regards water sourcing

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    At their Feb. 4 meeting, Village Council members and Village Manager Laura Cur­liss began a discussion on the best way to source Village water.

  • Feb. 14, 2013 Bulldog Sports Round-up

    Feb. 14, 2013 Bulldog Sports Round-up

  • Jean M. McCulloch

    Jean M. McCulloch died peacefully Sunday, Feb. 10 at home after a brief illness. She was 89.

  • Library hosts healing workshops

    Local holistic health practitioner Virgil Mayor Apostol, who has been practicing massage, manual medicine and spiritual healing locally since the fall, will teach a free workshop series on Filipino healing practices at the library this month. The workshops kick off with a lecture on the healing traditions of Phillipines at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 13 in the meeting room of the Yellow Springs Public Library. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    A free workshop series on Filipino healing traditions presented by local holistic health practitioner Virgil Mayor Apostol begins with a lecture at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 13, at the Yellow Springs Public Library.

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