Village Life Section :: Page 22

  • Village buys Railroad Street lot

    Thirty-five people gathered around the gravel lot to witness the the auction of the property at the corner of Railroad and Dayton streets. After a short bidding process, the Village of Yellow Springs had purchased the property for $170,000.

  • Beggar’s night is Oct. 31

    Halloween revelers enjoyed toasted marshmallows, hotdogs and hot chocoloate at last year's bonfire on Union Street. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    This year’s Halloween festivities, including trick-or-treating and neighborhood bonfires will be held on Wednesday, Oct. 31.

  • Californian finds village novel

    Jillian Slater in her new Yellow Springs back yard garden. (Photo by Nadia Mulhall)

    Originally from Jackson, Calif., Jillian Slater moved to Dayton in January, 2011. Whenever she told people she was from California, they would invariably reply “I bet you would like Yellow Springs.”

  • VIDEO — YS Zombie Walk

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    Hundreds of zombies swarmed Yellow Springs’ streets on Saturday as part of the annual Zombie Walk, a fundraiser for Home, Inc. and the Food Pantry.

  • Village buys downtown property at auction

    Live auction at Railroad and Dayton Streets on Thursday, Oct. 18.

    Village buys vacant lot at Railroad and Dayton Streets.

  • Village purchases Village Station at auction

    The Village purchased the parcel of property adjacent to the bike path.

  • Women’s shelter started in Yellow Springs

    Local resident Susan Stiles helped found the Family Violence Prevention Center — informally known as the Xenia Women’s Shelter — in Greene County in 1979. Then it was called the Greene County Domestic Violence Project. It was initially located in a couple of different locations in Yellow Springs.

  • Methodists celebrate 175 years

    The United Methodist Church at its Winter Street location, as seen from Dayton Street in the early 20th century. The photo was developed from a glass negative owned by Howard Kahoe.

    It was the year Martin Van Buren became the eighth president of the United States. Two months after his inauguration, New York City’s major banks failed, igniting the “Panic of 1837.” And in that same year, right here in Yellow Springs, the United Methodist Church held its first meetings.

  • Zombies to swarm downtown

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    Zombies will once again rise and gather in the seemingly quiet streets of downtown Yellow Springs on Saturday, Oct. 20, for the fourth annual Yellow Springs Zombie Walk.

  • Raptor Center hosts open house

    Kyle Wosner shows off Cannelle to a delighted guest (photo by Aaron Zaremsky)

    The Glen Helen Raptor Center hosted an open house event last Sunday afternoon.

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