Jun
22
2018
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  • UPDATE: Yellow Springs schools closed Monday Jan. 26

    Schools are delayed for two hours Wednesday. All things are patiently waiting for warmer weather. (Photo by Matt Minde)

    The Yellow Springs Board of Education has placed village schools on a two-hour delay for Wednesday, Jan. 29 due to the continuing extreme cold.

  • Girls fall short against Miami Valley

    The YSHS girls basketball team was outplayed at home on Thursday, where the team struggled to sink baskets.

  • BLOG-Peas Please

    My husband introduces me to a foreign concept: Children will eat peas with pleasure.

  • Classic doc at Little Art

    The classic documentary, “Man with a Movie Camera” will show at the Little Art Theatre this Sunday, Jan. 25, at 7 p.m.

  • Margaritas on hold, for now

    Dona Margarota’s, a new Mexican restaurant on the south side of town, is working towards opening its doors in 2015. Last year visual artist Rodrigo Onate (Roco) completed this mural on the restaurant’s facade and redesigned its interior. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    A new Mexican restaurant hopes to open its doors on the south side of town later this winter, but the county health department believes the process could take longer.

  • Council swears in new chief

    At Village Council’s Jan. 5 meeting, new Police Chief Dave Hale was sworn in by Village Manager Patti Bates, and Council unanimously passed a resolution approving Hale’s contract.

  • Robert Murphy Jr.

    Mr. Robert Murphy Jr., was born in Detroit, Mich. on April 20, 1931. He resided in Greene County for 52 years. He departed this life early on the morning of Thursday, Jan. 15, at Greene Memorial Hospital. Robert was preceded in death by his parents, Robert Sr., and Ruth Hazel (Posey) Murphy, and two brothers, […]

  • Public Meetings

    Village of Yellow Springs

  • Schools to renew current levy

    At their Jan. 8 meeting school board members voted unanimously to move ahead with putting on the May ballot a 10-year renewal of the emergency operating levy that expires at the end of the current year. The levy generates about $1,060,000 annually for the district. A renewal would not raise taxes beyond the current level.

  • College eyes homes on campus

    Never short on vision, Antioch College hopes to create a residential community that’s unlike anything now existing in this country. Specifically, it seeks to build on campus multigenerational housing that’s both fully green and fully integrated into campus life.

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