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Articles From August 30th, 2019
John Ferritto died Thursday, Jan. 7. He was the conductor of the Springfield Symphony for 30 years. He and his wife, Marcia Ferritto, and their daughter, Annie Fullard, violinist of the Cavani Quartet, performed often in Yellow Springs and were important early contributors to Chamber Music Yellow Springs. Funeral services were held Monday, Jan. 11, […]
Joseph W. Waddle of Yellow Springs died Tuesday, Jan. 5. He was 94. Joseph was born May 2, 1915, in Clark County. He was a retired school teacher with Wayne High School. Joseph was a member of the Cedarville Presbyterian Church, a graduate of Cedarville College and attended Ohio State. He belonged to American Legion […]
A memorial service for Brian D. Manny will be held Saturday, Jan. 23, at 2 p.m. The service will take place at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Yellow Springs, located at 2884 U.S. Route 68 North.
Eleanor F. Brown Rountree of Springfield died Friday, Jan. 1, after a lengthy illness. She was 89.
Jack R. Lawson of Springfield died Wednesday, Jan. 6, at the Springfield Regional Center. He was 57.
Bertha Lee Martin Roberts died Thursday, Jan. 8, at Friends Care. She was 89.
The new year for the YSHS girls basketball team started out with a bit of a dud against Mechanicsburg, who came to town on Monday, Jan. 4, and left with a 56–51 victory. But Yellow Springs came back to crush Belmont 63–32 on Saturday, Jan. 9, to go ahead 4–3 for the season.
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Since being diagnosed with an aggressive breast cancer nine months ago, Shelley Colbert has endured chemotherapy, major surgery and radiation treatment. Along with the resulting pain, fatigue and anxiety of those treatments, Colbert has grappled with another challenge as well — accepting help from the community where she grew up, raised her children, and cared for the children of others.
At their Jan. 4 meeting, Village Council members continued an extended discussion on how the Village should best address economic development by considering a proposal for an economic sustainability commission from Council President Judith Hempfling, and discussed concerns about a new ordinance establishing procedures to notify citizens about public meetings.