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Articles From August 30th, 2019
On June 14, Alice Robrish’s show, “Who Are We?,” will open at the Yellow Springs Arts Council Gallery on Corry Street.
Patricia E. Johnston, age 92 of Fairborn, passed away Saturday, June 8, in the Trinity Community of Beavercreek.
Charlie Coles will be remembered as the longtime Miami University men’s basketball coach who earned more wins than any other coach in school history. But before he became a college coaching legend, Coles was a basketball hero in Yellow Springs.
Villagers who venture downtown this week may notice that the Village electric crew finished installing three street lamps at the north end of downtown.
For Tomaz and Margaret Williams, ministering and cooking have a lot in common.
The largest gay pride event in the world takes place in São Paulo, Brazil, where annually more than 3 million people attend, while the smallest is in an Irish coastal village of 250 people. Yellow Springs Pride Weekend, in its second year, will likely fall somewhere in between.
On Saturday evening, June 1, Trista Lindstrom, 17, was killed when her vehicle was struck by a water tanker at the intersection of Clifton and Grinnell roads.
Local historian Robin Heise will lead a historical walking tour of downtown Yellow Springs on Sunday.
Regarding how best to source local water, Village Council may have the option of rehabbing the village’s current water plant.
Oh, what a night! Lily Rainey, 9, Kian Rainey, 4, and Veda Rainey, 2, Amy Boblitt and Brian Rainey’s kids, are there when I show up, ready and raring to go.