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Articles From August 30th, 2019

  • Neigh sayers

    “Yellow Friday,” Yellow Springs’ alternative to Black Friday, had a festive air thanks to sidewalk music, longer shop hours and free horse-drawn cart rides.

  • A feast with friends

    Michael Harrod, left, and John Fudge, right, were two of the many villagers, families and friends who took part in last Thursday’s Community Thanksgiving at the First Presbyterian Church. (Photos by Diane Chiddister)

    Many villagers, families and friends who took part in last Thursday’s Community Thanksgiving at the First Presbyterian Church.

  • Village Council— Status quo on sidewalks?

    At Monday night’s Village Council meeting, Council began a discussion on the long vexing topic of how best to maintain adequate village sidewalks, after receiving a recommendation from two of its members that the Village not move ahead with a repair project that had been estimated at $4.8 million.

  • Village Council Regular Meeting

    Monday, Dec. 5, 2016, 7 p.m.

  • Braodband Survey Available For Completion

    Village of Yellow Springs

  • Mary E. Corry

    Mary E. Corry

    Mary E. Corry died on Nov. 24, 2016, at Friends Care Center, surrounded by her family, at the age of 101.

  • Notice of award

    Village of Yellow Springs, Ohio

  • Notice to proceed

    Village of Yellow Springs, Ohio

  • YS Community Children’s Center— From troubled to burgeoning

    When Mary Stukenberg became interim director of the Yellow Springs Community Children’s Center last November, she stepped into a tough role at a tough time. The 70-year-old village institution, which provides education and childcare to toddlers through elementary school-aged children, was rocked by declining enrollment, staff turnover and the abrupt departure of a new director after just three months on the job. (photo by Audrey Hackett)

    When Mary Stukenberg became interim director of the Yellow Springs Community Children’s Center last November, she stepped into a tough role at a tough time.

  • Projects help villagers in need

    The Yellow Springs Food Pantry, located in the basement of the United Methodist Church, is one of several nonprofits that aim to address the needs of villagers who struggle financially. Shown above are volunteers David Robinow, Bethany Gray, Sue Bothwell, Paula Hurwitz (the pantry’s director) and Pat Robinow. The pantry provides food for residents of Yellow Springs and Clifton on the second and fourth Thursdays of the month from 2 to 4 p.m. (photo by Diane Chiddister)

    Some local volunteers believe they see the level of financial need among villagers rising this year, while others believe the level of need has remained constant. But these volunteers all agree that there are people in Yellow Springs who are struggling to make ends meet.