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  • New law’s effect on testing unclear

    At the Yellow Springs Board of Education meeting on Dec. 10, Yellow Springs Superintendent Mario Basora reported that, as of moments before the meeting, the Every Student Succeeds Act was signed into law by President Obama, replacing the contentious No Child Left Behind Act passed in 2001.

  • Seeking a simpler life in village

    Rajan Kose at one of his favorite spots in the village, the Yellow Springs Public Library, which he refers to as the local “crown jewel.” Kose moved to Yellow Springs two-and-a-half years ago, drawn by a lifelong friendship and the sense of peace and community he encountered here. (photo by Audrey Hackett)

    All roads into Yellow Springs are just two lanes wide, and new resident Rajan Kose likes them that way.

  • Manager lists 2016 priorities for Village

    At last Monday’s Village Council meeting, Council members highly praised Manager Patti Bates after her first 18 months on the job.

  • Star Wars, Nothing but Star Wars – a YS News perspective on Ep. VII

    Han and Chewie, 2005.

    Star Wars fans have had the further adventures of Han and Luke and Leia in their heads for at least 32 years – how does the new movie compare to their expectations?

  • Planning Commission Meeting Agenda

    Mon., Dec. 28, 2015, 7:00 p.m.

  • Dayton company may move here soon

    Dayton Mailing Services, a Dayton printing company, is close to purchasing the former Antioch Publishing building at 888 Dayton Street, and plans to move its business to Yellow Springs.

  • Annual Kwanzaa celebration slated

    The village’s annual Kwanzaa celebration will be held on Sunday, Dec. 27, 4–7 p.m., at the Bryan Center.

  • BLOG-Luck with Latkes

    In the festival of lights, we celebrate miracles big and small.

  • FMC winter concert coming soon

    Friends Music Camp presents its annual fundraising winter concert at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 28 at the Foundry Theater.

  • Ruth F. Holyoke

    Ruth rides through Yellow Springs in 2013, on a tricycle modified and pedaled by her husband, Tom.

    Ruth F. Holyoke died Dec. 8 at the age of 94 in Yellow Springs.