Five teachers from Mills Lawn Elementary School and Yellow Springs High School are retiring this year after more than 30 years in the district.
Yellow Springs voters gave an emphatic thumbs-up to the Village five-year property tax levy renewal, with 65 percent of voters approving the levy and almost 35 percent rejecting it at the polls on Tuesday, May 3.
While this year’s Arts Council events didn’t generate a profit, they did help to forge partnerships among local groups, promote local artists and wellness practitioners and create a brand in the Chautauqua-like Yellow Springs Experience, board members said.
While Antioch College leaders hoped for 25 students to enroll in the revived college’s first academic year beginning next fall, 35 young people have sent their deposits and intentions to come to Antioch.
If all goes as planned, Yellow Springs will be on the road to producing solar energy by the end of this year, following a significant Village Council vote at its May 2 meeting.
Timothy Liggins has been the pastor of the Central Chapel African Methodist Episcopal, or A.M.E., Church for a short time — only about five weeks. Yet as he greets people after worship on a recent Sunday, the bond he appears to share with members seems to have been in place much longer.
Last Sunday was a high point at High and Whiteman Streets. View the slideshow.
Thanks to strong performances by Antone Truss and Lois Miller the girls and boys track and field teams finished fourth and third, respectively, at the Bulldog Invitational on Friday.
The annual spring clean-up week will be held May 9-13.
Erik and Deirdre Owen recently turned Italian villa on a historic estate into an “art bed and breakfast.”