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Articles From August 30th, 2019

  • Village Council Regular Meeting

    Monday, August 20, 2018 at 6:30 p.m.



  • Council eyes infrastructure

    Fixing sidewalks. Studying electric and stormwater systems. Buying a camera to inspect underground pipes. Repairing a wall of John Bryan Community Pottery. Installing remote-read water meters.

  • Meister gets hearing

    On Friday, Aug. 3, the Village of Yellow Springs conducted a pre-disciplinary hearing with Police Cpl. David Meister.

  • Dirk Ferguson

    Dirk Ferguson passed away on Sunday, Aug. 5.

  • views of ‘Art on the lawn’

    Left is the booth of ceramic artist Deborah Alexander Updike of Franklin, Ohio, and right is little art fair-goer Willow Christenson of Yellow Springs. The yearly event is run by Village Artisans. (photos by Carla Steiger)

    35th annual Art on the Lawn

  • Senior athletes: They did it

    Villager Diana Castellano, pictured here in a recent race, has qualified to compete in multiple biking and swimming events as well as the triathlon competition at the 2019 National Senior Games, popularly called the Senior Olympics, to be held in June in Albuquerque, N.M. Longtime Yellow Springs resident Cheryl Meyer, not pictured, qualified to compete in four swimming events. Both women swim with the Dayton Sharks team. (submitted photo)

    Villagers Diana Castellano and Cheryl Meyer may seem like unlikely Olympians.

  • YS band to play high-profile fest

    Yellow Springs-based pop-rock band Speaking Suns has been tapped to perform as part of Waynesville’s Bellwether Festival this weekend. Speaking Suns’ members are, from left: Dylan Sage, Jacob Diebold, Jay Teilhet, Rourke Papania and David Byrne. (submitted photo by Khalil Nasar)

    Performing locally and building a loyal following for the past seven years, Yellow Springs-based pop-rock band Speaking Suns is on the rise.

  • 35th annual ‘Art on the Lawn’ for art near and far

    Julie Phipps, left, showcased her leaves cast in cement and Tara Anderson, right, worked recently on her wheel-thrown pottery at her home studio. The two local artists are among the 100 who will sell their wares at the 35th annual Art on the Lawn on Saturday, Aug. 11, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. outside at Mills Lawn Elementary School. (photo by Carla Steiger (left), submitted photo)

    Pam Geisel’s striking quilts, Julie Phipps’ cement-casted leaves and Tara Anderson’s intentionally cracked pottery are some of the unique artwork on offer at this year’s Art on the Lawn.

  • YS pharmacist set for NYC move

    Janice Blandford, head pharmacist at Town Drug for the past four years, says she is “semi-retiring” as she leaves the local drug store after 20 years off and on, and moves with her husband, Thad Tarpey, to New York City, where Tarpey has a new job. (photo by Robert Hasek)

    After 35 years as a pharmacist, 20 of them off and on in Yellow Springs and the last four as the full-time druggist in charge at Town Drug, Janice Blandford is leaving the downtown pharmacy and moving to New York City.

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