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BLOG–A Pleasant Future for Wilberforce University
The taut psychological thriller “Endless,” made by students and associated faculty at Wilberforce University could be a key ingredient to a renaissance for one of two local HBCUs.
Four mayoral candidates offer varied visions for position
This is the last in a series of articles featuring candidates for local office on Nov. 7. This article’s focus is the four candidates running for the seat of longtime mayor David Foubert.
Enterprise funds look healthy
Expected revenues in 2018 for Village enterprise funds — electricity, water, sewer and solid waste — are more robust than they have been in years, according to Village Assistant Manager/Finance Director Melissa Dodd at the Oct. 2 Village Council meeting.
40,000 feet in the street
Fall Street Fair drew an estimated 20,000 to 25,000 people last Saturday for Yellow Springs’ semi-annual extravaganza.
New county valuation— Property taxes to increase
Local property values are once again on the rise thanks to a strong housing market, but the new values could lead to bigger tax bills for some Yellow Springs homeowners.
Louise Simons died Oct. 9, 2017. She was 78.
Bulldog Sports Round-up — Oct. 19, 2017
Sports for Oct. 19
On Sept. 15, 2017, at 12:02 a.m., Donald Edward Benning passed away peacefully in his sleep. He was 83 years old.
New Antioch class small but diverse
Rafael Flores said he felt comfortable leaving his son at Antioch — except for one thing. “I don’t want to leave. I want to come here,” he said, smiling.
Way Back Wednesday — Oct. 18, 1989
Welcome to Way Back Wednesday, a series of posts that take a glance through the bound archives at the YS News.