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On Tuesday, Sept. 12, Planning Commission members unanimously approved the rezoning of a downtown parcel on which an indoor public market and eatery is proposed. The 0.67 acres at 108 Cliff St. — where the future business the Lumber Co. Market & Eatery will sit — are now zoned as a planned unit development, or PUD. According to previously outlined business plans, the market aims to have around 10 vendors selling prepared foods and goods. (2022 rendering by Crome Architecture)

Planning Commission | Lumber Co. Market & Eatery project advances

The future business sited for that land, dubbed the Lumber Co. Market & Eatery, owned by Massies Creek Ventures, LLC, aims to have approximately 10 vendors selling prepared foods and goods in a newly renovated facility where a 1940s-era lumber yard once stood.

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  •   40 years of Chamber Music in Yellow Springs

    Chamber Music in Yellow Springs, or CMYS, will mark its 40th anniversary this season, which opens Sunday, Sept. 24. Established in 1983, CMYS was founded by a handful of devoted classical music lovers.

  •   Film director Michael Schultz’s Yellow Springs connection

    Renowned film director Michael Schultz, known for iconic 1970s movies “Cooley High” and “Car Wash” and 1980s classics “Krush Groove” and “The Last Dragon,” once directed at the Antioch Area Theater's summer festival in the '60s. Arthur Lithgow offered Schultz the job.

  •   Lights up at the Antioch College Foundry Theater

    This fall, the Foundry will again be the home to not just one group of artists-in-residence, but three. At the same time, the Foundry is gearing up to launch a full season of programming.

Village Schools (archives)

  •   Yellow Springs school board appoints Scott Fife

    On Friday, Sept. 1, the Yellow Springs Board of Education unanimously voted to appoint local resident Scott Fife as a member of the board.

  •   Yellow Springs Board of Education to pursue phone plan

    The Board of Education returned to a discussion of phones in schools at its Aug. 10 regular meeting; the board originally discussed the issue at a July 6 meeting after receiving a letter from 16 district parents concerned about how phones affect school environments.

  •   School Board President TJ Turner resigns

    Just before the adjournment of the most recent regular meeting of the Board of Education on Thursday, Aug. 10, Board President TJ Turner announced to those present that the meeting would be his last.

Economy (archives)

  •   Community, tea at CommuniTEA

    For local mother-daughter team Amy and Modjeska Chavez of CommuniTEA Love, the making and drinking of tea is itself the grand affair.

  •   Fine lines at Studio Uncommon

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  •   Yellow Springs Home, Inc. awarded $1.5 million for senior housing

    Yellow Springs Home, Inc. announced that the Ohio Housing Finance Agency has reserved approximately $1.5 million to fund a 32-unit senior rental housing unit slated to be built on 1.8 acres along Marshall and Herman streets.

Village Life (archives)

  •   Sunflower field to bloom next week

    The Yellow Springs sunflower field planted each year by Sharon and David Neuhardt just north of the village, at 4627 U.S. 68, is anticipated to be in full bloom beginning Friday, Sept. 22, and lasting through at least the next weekend.

  •   The Patterdale Hall Diaries | Mice and moles and shrews, oh my!

    "One lasting memory of my time at Oxford was watching a cricket match between the Bodleian librarians and some local captains of industry."

  •   West Nile Virus detected in area

    Greene County Public Health has received notice from the Ohio Department of Health that West Nile Virus was detected in mosquito samples recently trapped in Beavercreek and Bellbrook, according to a press release from health officials.

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  •   Martin Stromberg

    Martin Stromberg, 70, of Yellow Springs, passed away peacefully on Sept. 11, 2023, in Dayton, Ohio. He was born on April 17, 1953, to the late Fredrick and Marie (Wood) Stomberg in Broadstairs, England.

  •   Marilyn Berryman

    Marilyn Berryman passed away on July 26, 2023, due to natural causes after a fall.

  •   Shoji ‘Sho’ Maruyama

    Shoji “Sho” Maruyama, beloved father of Jeff, Benji, Drew and Mike Maruyama, passed away peacefully on Aug. 12, 2023. He was 96.

  •   Dave Carrigan

    It is with great sadness that we, his family, announce the death of Dave Carrigan. Dave passed away Aug. 6, 2023, in Dayton, Ohio, after a long illness.

  •   Nannie Mae (Trimble) Harshaw

    Nannie Mae (Trimble) Harshaw passed away at Hospice of Dayton on Saturday, Aug. 26, 2023, at 11:45 p.m.

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Sports (archives)

  •   Blunt gets 7th place at state track meet

    Graduating senior Malcolm Blunt capped off his stellar track career by earning a medal with a seventh-place finish in the 200 meters at the Division III state track meet.

  •   Senior Malcolm Blunt heads to state track meet

    Malcolm Blunt, a senior member of the YS track team, will be competing in two events — the 200 meter dash and the long jump — at the 2023 OHSAA state track meet at Jesse Owens Stadium on Friday, June 2.

  •   Bulldog Sports Round-Up | May 26, 2023

    The varsity baseball team wrapped up the 2022–23 season with an exciting match-up against Franklin Monroe on May 15, which ultimately ended in a 3–4 loss for the Bulldogs.

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