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

  • Yellow Springs Board Of Education

    Agenda for Thursday, October 10

  • Planning Commission Meeting Agenda

    Mon., Nov. 11, 2013 7:00 p.m.

  • Public Meetings

    Village Of Yellow Springs

  • Board Of Zoning Appeals Agenda

    Yellow Springs, Ohio

  • James Smartt

    James Franklin Smartt passed away on Friday, Oct. 18. He was 86. James was born on Dec. 19, 1926, to the late James Floyd Smartt and the late Sylenna Marie Thompson in Big Springs, Tennessee. James, who was referred to as “Tug,” was educated in the Bradley County school system. Upon graduation, he attended Tuskegee […]

  • YSHS stage lights up for second weekend of Almost, Maine

    YSHS’s fall play “Almost, Maine” continues this weekend at Mills Lawn auditorium.

  • Creative spark

    Several hundred villagers showed up on a crisp fall evening last Saturday to witness the first bronze pour and grand finale of the two-week National Bronze Sculpture Symposium. While the event was delayed due to cracked molds, the foundry crew repaired the molds with sand and successfully carried out the pour. The bronze pieces created […]

  • Antioch College physical plant — An ambitious geothermal dig

    Antioch College will begin construction of its central geothermal system on Friday in what the college sees as a significant step to becoming carbon neutral.

  • Township Trustee forum— New fire station addressed

    Candidates for Miami Township Trustee agreed at a forum last Wednesday evening that the greatest challenge facing the newly-elected board will be constructing a new building for the Township offices and fire department.

  • Village Council— CBE funding talk continues

    At their Oct. 21 meeting, Village Council members moved ahead with a request from Community Resources to pay $800,000 to finance the infrastructure for the Center for Business and Education, or CBE, but asked for something in return: that Community Resources become a state-designated community improvement corporation, or CIC, which would turn the private nonprofit into a quasi-government group.