Strong and highly suggestive form follows obvious function in this sculptural play on rails and home-bound trails.
James Kenneth Nealon Jr., of Yellow Springs, passed away on Saturday, Oct. 24, 2015. He was 79.
What’s an education? And what’s an education for? The fall issue of the Antioch Review, now on the stands, takes up these tightly related questions in its lead piece, “The Educated Heart.”
A memorial service for Bill Houston will be held Saturday, Oct. 31, at 2 p.m., in Westminster Hall at First Presbyterian Church.
As trees around the village shed their foliage and the days begin to shorten, another marker of autumn is upon us this weekend: the end of Daylight Saving Time.
Shakespeare: perhaps one of the best-known people in human history and certainly the best-known playwright in the history of human expression.
Steven Brzezinski, of Beavercreek, and faculty emeritus of Antioch University, passed away peacefully at home on Oct. 19, 2015.
For all that’s knowable about the two marijuana issues to be put to voters this Nov. 3, there is an equal amount of information that is unknown. That was one take-away from the local marijuana forum that engaged about 150 Yellow Springs and regional participants at Antioch University Midwest last Thursday, Oct. 15.
Soccer and Cross Country
Budget season is in full swing. At its last two meetings, Oct. 5 and Oct. 20, Village Council reviewed the proposed 2016 Village budget, which, according to Assistant Village Manager/Finance Director Melissa Vanzant, is “in better shape than in the past,” thanks in part to “more conservative” spending and proposed utility rate increases that, if passed, will bring new revenue to the Village’s enterprise funds.