November 3, 2011
- Published: November 11, 2011
November 3, 2011
- Annual flour, sugar delivery announced
The Village of Yellow Springs Public Works Department crew will begin its annual delivery of flour and sugar to local widows and widowers on Monday, Nov. 20, and should complete deliveries by Wednesday, Nov. 22.
- COVID Update | Nov. 10, 2022
Greene County’s number of new cases fell for the week of Oct. 27–Nov. 2, with 146, compared to 208 for the week Oct. 20–26, according to the CDC.
- COVID closes YS Community Children’s Center again
The Yellow Springs Community Children’s Center announced Monday, Nov. 8, that it was closing its doors temporarily for the second time in three months due to COVID-19.
- Indigenous water protector’s panel— A path to ‘re-indigenizing’ Antioch
“We are on stolen land and we need to recognize that,” Jennifer Knickerbocker said to solemn applause at the start of a panel discussion last week during Antioch College’s Earth Week.
- All for one … heck of a YSHS play
Fighting, honor, loyalty, love, camaraderie. More fighting. This fall’s Yellow Springs High School production of Alexandre Dumas’s “The Three Musketeers” is not for the faint of heart, but it’s equally full of comedic turns.
- Moms Out Front for a livable climate
Mothers Out Front, a national grassroots group whose Yellow Springs team was started last spring by Laura Skidmore, seeks a “swift and complete transition to clean energy” in order to reduce the effects of climate change on future generations.
- Local men and women Stand Up!
Last Wednesday, Xenia Avenue was lined, as it sometimes is, with people holding signs with bold political slogans and rallying for social justice for women.
- School’s out for district janitor
About halfway through the school year, the district will say goodbye to one of its senior-most employees, longtime custodian, groundskeeper and bus driver Jerry Upton.
- Village Planning Commission agenda
PLANNING COMMISSION MEETS 7PM MONDAY NOV. 14
(Village Council meets 7 p.m., Monday, Nov. 21)
- Vouchers could harm schools
The Ohio legislature introduced a bill last spring that has the potential to change the face of public education and greatly enhance the possibilities for school choice.