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YS works to get clinic back
Maintaining a local medical clinic at the site of the former Wright State Physicians Family Health Center is the best use for the property at the corner of Xenia Avenue and Herman Street, according to Village Planning Assistant Ed Amrhein.
Council urged to make low-cost homes efficient
In Village Council’s first discussion of a draft agreement for a proposed affordable housing project at its Jan. 3 meeting, Council was urged to require from the developer tighter energy efficient building practices than currently specified.
Sun warms homes at Thistle Creek
Home building may not be his primary career, but Yellow Springs electronics distributor Roy Eastman is no novice either, as he has spent the last several years researching energy-efficient building and retrofitting his company’s office.
Presbyterians continue rehabilitation of a community space
During the year of its 150th anniversary last year, the First Presbyterian Church began the job of restoring its old and leaky sanctuary, thanks to an anonymous grant.
Former YSHS student makes a refreshing proposal
A former YSHS student is in the running to have her coastal clean-up project funded by Pepsi.
A Winter Farmers’ Market
The Winter Farmers’ Market is going on every Saturday morning in the basement of the Methodist Church.
Mils Lonn speling bee socksessfull
Mills Lawn held its annual spelling bee on Wednesday, Jan. 4.
Teilhet chosen for American Craft Council show in Baltimore
Yellow Springs High School 2009 graduate Jay Teilhet was selected to participate in the 35th American Craft Council Show in Baltimore.
Mildred Alice (Neer) Engle died at her home in St. Petersburg, Fla., on Dec. 24. She was 87. Mildred was born July 13, 1923, in Champaign County, Ohio, to Lester William and Goldie Faulkner Neer. She was married in 1946 to Ernest Lee Engle, who preceded her in death in March of 2003. She was […]
Roosevelt ready to lead, and sink roots into community
To some of Mark Roosevelt’s colleagues, leaving a job as superintendent of the 30,000-pupil Pittsburgh school district to lead a reopened small-town college hoping for 25 students next fall did not seem wise. But Roosevelt said he could not pass up the chance to become the first president of a revived Antioch College.