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Articles From August 30th, 2019
Environmental Commission, Energy Board, Community Access Panel
Getting parents together is a lot like holding a baby convention. We are nerds for our babies.
When Laura Funderburg had her son, Carson, now almost 2, she knew the village was a better fit for the way she wanted to raise her son. And the warm community of parents and children she has found in the village erased all doubt in her mind that she made the right decision.
As Antioch College students in the late 1960s, Julia Reichert and Jim Klein made a feature film about the experience of being female that both rode the modern wave of the feminist movement.
Donald Reiter Wallis Jr, newspaper publisher, journalist, author and community advocate, died unexpectedly at his home in Yellow Springs on Monday, Jan. 30.
When actor, playwright and director Tony Dallas reads a play that he likes very much, the play resonates and stays with him for weeks or months afterward. That’s what happened when he read Eleemosynary, a 1985 work by Lee Blessing.
Job Opening: VYS Utility Service Worker.
New set-backs for the Center for Business and Education have arisen, and now it’s likely that infrastructure construction on the local industrial park won’t begin until well into 2013.
Martin Murie died Jan. 28 after a brief illness.
Antioch College’s decision to continue the Horace Mann Scholarships had some unintended consequences. After an online article on the move was posted on Yahoo! News, the College was flooded with thousands of applications and deluged with inquiries.