Oct
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2019
Yellow Springs
47°
light intensity drizzle
humidity: 61%
wind: 16mph W
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  • Agnes Lawall Moon

    Agnes Lawall Moon, who lived in Cincinnati from 1953 to 2012, passed away on June 11 at the Friends Care Center. She was 95. She was the loving wife of Edwin O. Moon for 55 years, until his death in 1996. Agnes was born March 17, 1919 in Richmond, Ind. She was a graduate of […]

  • Public Meetings

    VILLAGE OF YELLOW SPRINGS

  • Minor League’s Reds trump Pirates

    The 2014 Minor League season kicked off Saturday, June 14, with a decisive 14–5 win by the Sam and Eddie’s Open Books Reds over the Tom’s Market Pirates. The Reds jumped out to an early 2–1 first inning lead and never looked back.

  • Solar array charges opinions

    Discussion about the Antioch College farm waged on this week at a public hearing before Village Planning Commission, which considered the conditional use of a solar power array in the northeast corner of the college “golf course.” Over 50 villagers attended the meeting on Monday, June 9, which was something of a continuation of last month’s community forum on the wider topic of the farm.

  • Eclectic items both dirty, fabulous

    New resident Brenda Kennedy opened her Dirty Fabulous Boutique at 134 Dayton St. last month. The eclectic vintage resale shop celebrates its grand opening this weekend, June 13–15. The store features men’s and women’s clothing and hats, upcycled home goods, antiques, new accessories for women and babies, and more. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    Where else in town can you buy a handmade fedora, a set of fairy wings, a 1920s men’s tie, a women’s disco-era vintage blouse and a puffy ’80s jean jacket?

  • Council to vote on CBE

    What’s the best way for Village Council to proceed with deciding whether to spend $1 million to fund the Center for Business and Education infrastructure? After a hiatus of several months on the locally controversial issue, Council discussed CBE funding again at its June 2 meeting, with some Council members wanting to move ahead quickly and one urging a slowing down of the process.

  • New brewery, food truck approved

    Village Planning Commission approved two conditional use applications this week for a tasting room for Vitruvian Brewery Company and a food truck at Antioch University Midwest. Plan board members approved both requests in line with staff recommendations at their meeting on Monday, June 9.

  • Determining to Proceed with the Center for Business and Education and Authorizing Village Manager to Retain Bond Counsel

    ORDINANCE NO. 2014-16, VILLAGE OF YELLOW SPRINGS, OHIO Determining to Proceed with the Center for Business and Education and Authorizing Village Manager to Retain Bond Counsel WHEREAS, the Village Council has determined that there is good cause for proceeding with the development known as the Center for Business and Education (“CBE Public Improvement Project”); and […]

  • Chlorine gas plant risk is worrisome

    When two freight trains collided on the track near Graniteville, S.C. in 2005, one of the derailed train cars filled with 90 tons of chlorine gas ruptured. A yellowish-green noxious cloud containing 120,000 pounds of the poisonous gas spread quickly along the ground, causing those nearby to cough, choke and wheeze while burning their eyes, skin and throats.

  • Evie Ladin & Keith Terry to perform at Glen Helen Building

    Antioch College hosts eclectic musicians/dancers Keith Terry and Evie Ladin Wednesday for an evening of song, dance, rhythm and storytelling.

    Antioch College will host an evening of body music, acoustic American songs and storytelling on Wednesday, June 18, at 7 p.m. at the Glen Helen Building.