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Video Section

  • Clifton Gorge Nature Center to open for the season

    Two geese enjoy the view of the Little Miami River from a moss-covered rock at the Clifton Gorge State Nature Preserve. The gorge's Nature Center opens for the season on Sunday, April 4. (Photo by Lauren Heaton)

    The Nature Center at Clifton Gorge State Nature Preserve will open for the season next Sunday, April 4. The one-room learning laboratory is located at the trailhead near the parking lot off State Route 343. Check out a brief video to get a glimpse of what the gorge and the center have to offer.

  • VIDEO: Hundreds protest police shooting at Walmart

    Several hundred people, including many villagers such as Jeanna Breza, at left, attended a protest at Walmart this afternoon to protest the August police shooting of John Crawford at the store. Two people were arrested, including Sandy King of Yellow Springs. (Photo by Diane Chiddister)

    Several hundred people, including a large percentage from Yellow Springs, descended on the Beavercreek Walmart at 3 p.m. Sunday afternoon.

  • Glen Helen license plate is back

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    Though the much-loved Glen Helen plate was unavailable last year, it returned in October. Glen Helen Director Nick Boutis talks a bit about the plate and how it helps.

  • YS Community Foundation celebrates local education

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    In celebration of its 40th anniversary, the Yellow Springs Community Foundation, with the cooperation of WYSO, produced a series of five sound and slide pieces detailing some of its most important work in the village. The final piece in the series focuses on the foundation’s involvement with the Antioch College Miller Fellowship program and the implementation of project-based learning in village public schools

  • VIDEO — Yellow Springs Community Foundation celebrates ecology

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    This year, the YS Community Foundation celebrates 40 years of contributions to the village’s many nonprofit endeavors. As part of that celebration, the foundation, with the cooperation of WYSO, is producing a series of five sound and slide pieces detailing some of its most important work in the village.

  • VIDEO — Yellow Springs Community Foundation celebrates arts and culture

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    This year, the YS Community Foundation celebrates 40 years of contributions to the village’s many nonprofit endeavors. View the third in a series of sound and slide videos produced in conjunction with the 40th anniversary celebration here.

  • Join Yellow Springs Senior Center in “flash mob”

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    The Senior Center will sponsor a “flash mob” performance downtown tomorrow. Watch a video to learn the moves and join in.

  • Flooding follows storm

    Flooding across YS-Fairfield Road on 5/21/14.

    A fierce rainstorm dumped inches of rain on the village Wednesday, causing flooding and road closures.

  • Antioch School receives grants for garden expansion

    Dirt don't hurt: Antioch School students get into the spring of things in the garden. The school was able to expand its garden, thanks to student fundraising and grants from the Whole Kids Foundation and Whole Foods of Mason. (Photo by Lauren Shows)

    The Antioch School will get a little greener this year, thanks to efforts from its students and from recent grants that the school has received in order to expand its garden.

  • Mills Lawn students plant trees for Arbor Day

    Mills Lawn students planted trees on school grounds in celebration of Arbor Day on April 25.

    In celebration of Arbor Day, Mills Lawn students gathered on Friday, April 25, to plant two trees on school grounds, with the help of Tree Committee members Anna Bellisari and Macy Reynolds and Krista Magaw of the Tecumseh Land Trust. Watch the video below to get a look at the new trees.