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  • Early Spring cleaning and enjoyment at the Glen

    Students from Wright State, in partnership with Glen Helen, have been monitoring water quality in local waterways since 2011. A crowdfunding campaign has been launched to support the project.

    Glen Helen Nature Preserve will host Guardians of the Glen, the Early Spring Bird Hike and a Wildflower Hike this first weekend of Spring.

  • Spring forward this weekend

    It’s called Daylight Saving Time, but the practice of setting clocks ahead by an hour each spring doesn’t really save daylight, it just moves it around a little, taking from the morning and adding to the evening.

  • Cold march, warm hearts

    Several hundred villagers showed up in the cold and snow to march and honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. (Photo by Matt Minde)

    On Monday, Jan. 15, Several hundred villagers showed up in the cold and snow to march and honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday and legacy, Yellow Springs-style.

  • Tecumseh Land Trust receives funding for Jacoby Creek Partnership

    A collaboration among Community Solutions, Tecumseh Land Trust and the Nature Conservancy was undertaken in 2017 to help restore — and "re-meander" — Jacoby Creek. (Photo via Community Solutions,

    Tecumseh Land Trust’s “Jacoby Creek Partnership” proposal was selected for funding this week by the Natural Resource Conservation Service, or NRCS.

  • Supper to benefit Puerto Rico

    Villagers Theresa Mayer, left, and Barbara Boettcher are the organizers of an upcoming soup supper fundraiser for Puerto Rican disaster relief. The supper will be held Wednesday, Dec. 6, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at First Presbyterian Church. Suggested donations are $10 adults, $5 children. (Photo by Audrey Hackett)

    When Hurricane Irma narrowly missed Puerto Rico in early September, Yellow Springs resident Sommer McGuire breathed a sigh of relief, then started worrying about relatives in Florida.

  • Today is officially Mayor Foubert Day

    Family, friends, community members and dignitaries gathered on Wednesday, Nov. 15, to honor Mayor David Foubert, who is retiring this year after 26 years on the job.

  • Bright lights, small town

    Present at the tree lighting ceremony were Assistant Village Manager Melissa Dodd, at right, husband Dalton and little Stella. (Photo by Matt Minde)

    The annual lighting of the village tree at the corner of Xenia Avenue and Limestone Street attracted about 20 spectators Tuesday evening, Nov. 21.

  • Community-building is an action verb …

    A community-building potluck, hosted by an alliance of student clubs, will follow the fall 2017 Exhibition Night at Yellow Springs High/McKinney Middle School on Monday, Nov. 20.

  • Shirley (Shirl) Ann Woodrick LeVesconte

    Shirley "Shirl" Levesconte

    Shirley (Shirl) Ann Woodrick LeVesconte died on Sept. 30, 2017, in her home in Yellow Springs, surrounded by her children.

  • Four villagers running for school board, two for re-election

    Four candidates — two incumbents and two challengers — are running for three open seats on the Yellow Springs Board of Education in the Nov. 7 election. 

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