Contact Kingwood Solar

Jewel Graham was a much-loved professor of sociology at Antioch College for many years and was deeply involved in supporting the Black students in the Antioch program for interracial education during turbulent times. Also the second Black woman to serve as president of the World YWCA, Graham was named to the Ohio Women’s Hall of Fame in 2008. (Photo Courtesy of Antiochiana, Antioch College)

‘Loud As the Rolling Sea’ | An interview with activist, educator Jewel Graham

In collaboration with 91.3-FM WYSO’s Eichelberger Center for Community Voices, the News is publishing excerpted transcripts from WYSO’s series “Loud As the Rolling Sea.”

Click here to
Web Features
  • New school board members take seats

    The Yellow Springs school board’s annual organizational meeting, conducted in the Mills Lawn gym on Thursday, Jan. 13, began with the swearing in of its three newest members: Dorothée Bouquet, Judith Hempfling and Amy Magnus.

  • Miami Township | New year begins with new trustee

    Marilan Moir became Miami Township’s first female trustee — at least in recent memory — when she took the oath of office at the start of the three-member board’s meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 5.

  • Investigators from the Bureau of Criminal Investigation and the Greene County Sheriff’s Office arrived Thursday, Jan. 20, at the Dayton Street medical office of Dr. Donald Gronbeck, Yellow Springs Primary Care, to execute a search warrant. An ongoing investigation of Gronbeck is related to allegations of sexual misconduct. (Photo by Jessica Thomas)

    Local doctor under investigation, license suspended

    The State Medical Board of Ohio suspended the medical license of Dr.Donald Gronbeck, of Yellow Springs Primary Care, on Wednesday, Jan. 19. Investigators arrived Thursday, Jan. 20, at his Dayton Street medical office to execute a search warrant.

By Category

Arts (archives)

Village Schools (archives)

  •   YSHS COVID-19 booster clinic Jan. 12

    A COVID-19 booster clinic for vaccinated children 12 and older will be held at Yellow Springs High School on Wednesday, January 12, 2022, from 1–3 p.m.

  •   2021 in Review | Village Schools

    The Yellow Springs public school district began 2021 with students set to continue learning remotely, through online instruction, in response to the ongoing pandemic.

  •   Board members, treasurer end tenures

    Grateful goodbyes and an official welcome were expressed Monday night, Dec. 20, during the Yellow Springs school board’s monthly business meeting, held in person in the Mills Lawn Elementary School gym and livestreamed on the district’s YouTube channel.

Economy (archives)

Village Life (archives)

Government (archives)

Obituaries (archives)

  •   Deidra Kay (Willis) Shular

    Deidra Kay (Willis) Shular, daughter of the late David and Diana Willis, passed away Saturday, Jan. 8, 2022, at the age of 48. She lived in Dayton, Ohio.

  •   Emmett Abati Doe

    Emmett Abati Doe — aka Emmett Thaddeus Doe Jr. — passed away on Jan. 10, 2022, at the Lyons Place 2, an independent living facility for senior citizens in Dayton, Ohio. He was 80.

  •   Marcia Lou Mason

    Marcia Lou Mason, of Xenia, passed away Thursday, Dec. 30, 2021, in Upper Marlboro, Md., where she had moved to be closer to her daughter’s family. She was 87.

Higher Education (archives)

Sports (archives)

  •   Jan. 13, 2022 — Bulldog Sports Round-Up

    The Yellow Springs High School boys varsity basketball team just keeps winning.

  •   2021 in Review | Sports and Recreation

    At the start of 2021, girls basketball standout Angie Smith, then a junior, had scored 1,260 points in her high school career, going on to net about 125 more points before the end of that season.

  •   Dec. 23, 2021 — Bulldog Sports Round-Up

    The Yellow Springs High School swim team is back! The team kicked off the competition season at the Huber Heights YMCA on Saturday, Dec. 18, for the Bethel Quad Meet against Bethel High School, Fairborn High School and Bellbrook High School.

WP2Social Auto Publish Powered By :