Village Life Section :: Page 7

  • Filmmaker presents rare 1970 King film

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    A rare 1970 film “King: A Filmed Record” that uses archival news footage will be shown locally as part of MLK Day events.

  • New First Presbyterian Church pastor preaches ‘radical love’

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    Take a closer look at the new pastor at the First Presbyterian Church and you’ll see that the man wearing the clerical collar also wears earrings, long hair, tattoos and combat boots.

  • A nip of the north in southern Ohio

    While snow wasn’t the worst enemy during the recent two-day chill, Village crews nevertheless plowed streets regularly. The cold was intense but mercifully short, and by Wednesday the weather was returning to just a normal cold. (Photo by Lauren Heaton)

    The main clue that things weren’t right on Monday could be found downtown, where the usual weekday hubbub went missing. Streets and sidewalks were empty and coffee shops, very uncharacteristically, looked deserted.

  • Elder literary journal slated

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    The Yellow Springs Senior Center is pleased to announce preparations for an elder literary journal, which will feature elders connected to Yellow Springs and Miami Township.

  • New pastor preaches ‘radical love’

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    The new pastor of the First Presbyterian Church is a hometown man who preaches about “radical love” and progressive Christianity.

  • Yellow Springs village peacemakers of 2013

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    In December, the News, inspired by a suggestion from the Human Relation Commission’s Linda Rudowski, asked villagers to name local residents who had acted as peacemakers or had helped to create harmony in the community in the past year.

  • Founders Award nominations open

    Long time Police Chief James A. McKee, who passed away Jan. 18, 2003.

    The James A. McKee Association, is seeking nominations for its Founders Award for Distinguished Community Service. The deadline to submit is Feb. 15. Find out who to nominate and how, also learn more about former Police Chief McKee.

  • ‘Auld Lang Syne’ at New Year’s eve, 2013

    A red lantern bounces among the crowd of revelers New Years Eve on Xenia Avenue. (Photo by Matt MInde)

    We all know that iconic New Year’s eve melody. Or do we?

  • Demand is up at food pantry for food and coats

    Recent donations piled up at the Yellow Springs Food Pantry at the United Methodist Church, which is seeing increased demand this year for food and household goods. The pantry is expecting a donation of 1,500 food items from Mills Lawn later this week. Non-expired non-perishable food can be dropped off at the church. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    In Yellow Springs, those who serve the needy are seeing the holiday spirit of solidarity with generous donations of money, food and gifts from villagers so far this season.

  • Do’s and don’t’s of holiday recycling

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    During the holiday season, Rumpke trash and recycling services will be a day late, both this week and next. Rumpke expects to see as much as 25 percent more trash and recycling. While many holiday items can be recycled, check here to see what can or can not be recycled.

The forecast for 45387 by WP Wunderground