Village Life Section :: Page 8

  • Must renew your residential listing!

    Please let us know if your listing from last year is still correct.

    Don’t get left out of the one thing that gathers all of us together in the same place! Renewing your residential listing is free!

  • Deadline is here—but it’s not too late!

    Fill out your yellow residential and/or the blue business cards today and drop it off at the News office.

    Make sure you’re not left out of the community directory. Contact us to get your business in or to renew your free residential listing.

  • Particulate pollution levels monitored— Cause of spike is unknown

    Source: Regional Air Pollution Control Agency

    A regional air pollution agency is investigating an unprecedented and potentially dangerous spike in air pollution in Yellow Springs in December when an exceedingly high concentration of lung-penetrating particles was recorded.

  • World House Choir begins rehearsals for Coretta Scott King celebration

    The World House Choir, a local choir under the helm of Catherine Roma, will begin rehearsals for its performance at the annual Coretta Scott King celebration next week. (Photo by Matt Minde)

    The World House Choir will hold rehearsals in preparation for the upcoming celebration of Coretta Scott King’s birthday during the months of February, March and April. New members are welcome and encouraged.

  • Tired of white snow? Think RED!

    When you start hearing and reading about the red book, you know spring will be here soon!

    Sick of the snow & tried of seeing white? Ready for the green of spring? Well, think red! As in the red book, the Yellow Springs Community Directory that comes out in the spring! Now is the time to get your free residential listing in.

  • MLK Day event at Antioch College­— Panel looks at racism, inequality

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    Columbus resident Kwensi Kambon urged attendees at a Martin Luther King Jr. Day panel session this week at Antioch College to “deputize themselves” and fight against racial inequality and discrimination.

  • Martin Luther King Jr. march and celebration in Yellow Springs, 2014

    about 200 marchers participated in this year's march honoring Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy. (Photo by Matt Minde)

    Over 200 people participated in Yellow Springs’ annual Martin Luther King Jr. memorial march and subsequent celebration at the Central Chapel, AME this January 20.

  • College, community salutes MLK

    A special screening of the rarely-seen 1970 documentary film, “King: A Filmed Record: Montgomery to Memphis” will be at 1 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 19, at the Little Art Theatre as part of two days of activities commemorating Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The film’s producer and director, Richard Kaplan, an Antioch alumnus, will lead a discussion following the screening. (Submitted photo courtesy of Kino Lorber)

    If you missed the special one-night screening on March 20, 1970, of the epic film “King: A Filmed Record … From Montgomery to Memphis,” in one of the 600 theaters across the country that showed it, then you probably haven’t seen it since.

  • MLK Jr. day in Yellow Springs

    Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. delivers the 1965 commencement address at Antioch College. (Photo courtesy of Antiochiana/Antioch College Archives)

    In observance of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday today, Monday, Jan. 20, village offices, schools and the News will be closed.

  • 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.