2021 Yellow Springs News Merchandise
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Articles From August 30th, 2019

  • The 2011-12 YS School Guide is here

    2011-12 School Guide

    The 2011-12 Yellow Springs School Guide is available as an insert in the Aug. 11 edition of the Yellow Springs News.

  • Council Meeting Agenda

    Monday, August 11, 2011, 7 p.m.

  • Public Meetings

    Village Of Yellow Springs Public Meetings

  • Board Of Education

    Friday, August 12

  • Farming food, reaping knowledge

    Preparing the ground for incoming students took on new meaning last week at Antioch College, as the revived college launched the Antioch College Farm, its first major sustainability project.

  • P.O. changes, service same

    Changes have begun at the Yellow Springs Post Office as part of a nationwide effort by the U.S. Postal Service to cut costs by closing some post offices and consolidating functions among others.

  • e-HDS prepares local move

    “It’s exciting, isn’t it? We’re going to stay in Yellow Springs,” e-Health Data Solutions President John Sheridan said last week. “I’m happy everything worked out.”

  • Teachers agree to pay freeze

    The Yellow Springs school board unanimously approved a new contract with the Yellow Springs Education Association at its meeting Monday, Aug. 1.

  • Jacoby headwaters land preserved

    The Semler farm on Snypp Road, one mile west of Yellow Springs, is one of only four remaining dairy farms in Greene County and contains the spring-fed headwaters of the Jacoby Creek, a source of the Village’s drinking water

  • New, lush tunes on village streets

    Street musician Ben Hemmendinger can often be found in front of Tom’s Market playing his accordion. He returned to the village about six months ago, having lived here until he was 7. Scroll to the bottom of the post to hear Ben play an Irish tune. (Photo by Diane Chiddister)

    Ben Hemmendinger says that his mom insists that when he bought his first accordion at age 8 (with a $20 gift from his grandmother), he said someday he’d play the instrument in the street.