More than 60 villagers attended the May 30 public forum during which villagers asked questions of the three candidates for the position of police chief of Yellow Springs.
Brush removal is scheduled to occur along the Little Miami Scenic Trail on Thursday, June 1, with hours yet to be determined.
No other cuisine quite captures the charm of Yellow Springs like this Japanese form.
On Friday, May 26, students, teachers and parents lined up throughout Mills Lawn Elementary School to wish a fond farewell to sixth-graders at the annual “clap-out.”
The public is invited to attend an open forum featuring a question and answer session with all candidates for the position of Yellow Springs Chief of Police on Tuesday, May 30 at 7:00 p.m. in Council Chambers at the John Bryan Community Center.
Essays and photos from the Yellow Springs High School class of 2017 appear in a special supplement to this week’s News. Graduation is Thursday, May 25, at 7 p.m. Congratulations, all seniors!
Responding to public feedback following the recent school facilities forum, District Superintendent Mario Basora stated at last week’s school board meeting that “no decision has yet been made” regarding moving forward with new school facilities, as “all plans are transparently still under discussion.”
As it often is, the gymnasium at Yellow Springs High School was recently a place of celebration and athletic good cheer.
Yellow Springs has hosted some weighty documentaries recently, and “Care,” the film showing this weekend at the Little Art, is no exception. And like last month’s village premier of “The Modern Jungle,” which was co-directed by an Antioch professor, “Care” also has a Yellow Springs connection.
Three candidates are in the running to become Yellow Spring’s next chief of police. Interim Chief Brian Carlson, Officer Dave Meister and Officer Timothy Spradlin have all applied for the position of permanent chief, which has been open since former Chief Dave Hale resigned four months ago.