Village Life Section :: Page 16

  • New firm helps village go green

    New company GreenTech Energy Solutions will offer home energy audits, complete home retrofits and solar power products to local customers. Shannon Lindstrom, left, and alternative energy expert Chris Meyer, right, are partners in the new firm, along with Scott Lindstrom. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    Interested in solar power? Adding insulation to your home? A super high-efficiency furnace? Then one local company, which is expanding services this month under a new name, may be the place to go for homeowners wanting to go green.

  • Glen host to variety of feathered friends in winter

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    Glen Helen took part in the annual Christmas Bird Count over the Christmas holiday, and counters found that the frozen woods aren’t as quiet as they sometimes seem.

  • Are you in the Redbook?

    Loren was so excited to see his name in the 2012-13 Redbook! (photo by Suzanne Ehalt)

    The Redbook is the local, community-oriented phone directory, with business and residential listings produced by the Yellow Springs News.

    A RESIDENTIAL LISTING IS FREE.

  • Villagers return to normal water use

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    The Village will use Code Red at noon today to let villagers know they can return to normal water usage, following last week’s water line break in the Gaunt Park area.

  • Year in review 2012: Village tackles heat, health, trees

    Year in review 2012: Village tackles heat, health, trees

  • Village ball drop coming soon

    Revelers gathered on New Year's Eve a year ago for the annual Yellow Springs Ball Drop.

    The annual Yellow Springs Ball Drop will take place beginning at 11:45 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 31, at the intersection of Xenia Avenue and Short Street downtown. Everyone is welcome.

  • Glen seeks bird count volunteers

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    Glen Helen leaders seek volunteers for their annual Greene County Christmas Bird Count, to take place Saturday, Dec. 29, from 8 am to 2 p.m.

  • To new healer, the eyes have it

    Herbalist and iridologist Eric Rodriguez opened a new healing practice in town, the Culpeper House, this month. He will give a free lecture on natural approaches to winter health on Thursday, Dec. 20, at 6 p.m. in the meeting room at the Yellow Springs Public Library. Rodriguez can identify health issues by looking at a client’s iris. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    Some see eyes as windows to the soul, while others, like local iridologist Eric Rodriguez, also see the iris as a window into the body, revealing a person’s health history, unhealthy habits and future illnesses.

  • Moments that make our community

    “Yellow Springs moments,” those times especially rich in community feeling, this year included, from top clockwise, the Davis Street block party in August; Ashlea and Hailey Roe painted “head art” on Susan Gartner; Melissa Heston led the Yellow Springs Pride parade in July; and during last February’s public art performance “The Kiss,” Corinne Totty received kisses from her mother, Tamar Totty, and grandmother, Kipra Heerman. (Photos by susan gartner except bottom, from the News archives by Lauren Heaton)

    For our annual holiday story, the News staff asked villagers to describe a 2012 “Yellow Springs moment,” that is, a time when they felt an especially strong sense of community in the village

  • Herbalist to speak at library

    Herbalist and iridologist Eric Rodriguez opened a new healing practice in town, the Culpeper House, this month. Rodriguez identifies health issues by a looking at a client’s iris and prepares them specially-forumlated herbal tinctures. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    Local herbalist and iridologist Eric Rodriguez will give a free talk on natural approaches to winter health on Thursday.

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