2021 Yellow Springs News Merchandise
Sep
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2021

Articles From August 30th, 2019

  • See what’s happening this Holiday

    Shop, dine, give and enjoy local activities around the holidays in the village.

  • REVIEW — Cromers take center stage in ‘A Christmas Carol’

    Old Ebenezer Scrooge (Bruce Cromer) and his younger self (Charlie Cromer) bow to Belle (Sara Masterson).

    Tony Dallas reviews the Cincinnati Playhouse’s annual production of “A Christmas Carol.”

  • Council plans for deficit in 2019

    The Village of Yellow Springs plans to spend about a half million dollars more than it brings in next year, according to a draft budget Council considered at its Nov. 19 meeting.

  • A blues-rock fusion—Claudettes to jazz up Emporium

    Chicago combo The Claudettes bring their rollicking roots rock to the Emporium this Friday. From left are pianist Johnny Iguana, singer Berit Ulseth, bassist/guitarist/singer Zach Verdoorn and drummer Michael Caskey. (Submitted photo by Marisa Klug-Morataya)

    The Chicago four-piece band the Claudettes are returning once again to play at The Emporium this Friday, and they couldn’t be happier.

  • Home, Inc. senior apartments— A closer look at developer

    The grand opening of the Riverside Senior Lofts, a Dayton affordable senior housing project developed by St. Mary Development Corporation, took place Friday, Nov. 16. The project, shown above, includes 48 units, both apartments and cottages. St. Mary Development Corporation will also be the developer and property manager of the proposed affordable senior rental project in Yellow Springs, in collaboration with Home, Inc. That project would feature 54 units on 1.8 acres on Xenia Avenue, behind the new fire station and across from Friends Care Community. (Submitted photo)

    Created in 1989, St. Mary Development Corporation grew from a partnership between a Catholic nun and a Centerville parishioner. Within a few years, they had purchased their first site for affordable senior housing. For the pending Yellow Springs project, Home, Inc. will provide most of the service component.

  • Millworks changes hands

    New villagers Jessica Yamamoto and Antonio Molina, pictured with their nine-year-old twin daughters, Sophia and Jessie, are the new owners of Millworks Business Center. The couple buys and rehabs properties that they resell or maintain as rentals. (Photo by Carol Simmons)

    After being on the market for more than 18 months, the Millworks Business Center has new owners.

  • Encore Fellows spark collaboration

    The Yellow Springs Community Foundation recently launched the Encore Miller Fellowship, through which local retirees and “late-career” villagers mentor Antioch College Miller Fellows and support collaboration among local nonprofits. Jeannamarie Cox, executive director of the Community Foundation (center), met recently with the first group of Encore Fellows, at left, Jalyn Roe and Kat Walter, and, to her right, Melissa Heston and Len Kramer. Not pictured is Scott Geisel. (Submitted photo)

    When Nolan and Dick Miller bequeathed $3.6 million to the Yellow Springs Community Foundation, they wanted the funds to go to Antioch College students who would serve the local community. Now, the Millers’ intentions are being revisited in a planned expansion of the program.

  • December 6, 2018, Bulldog sports round-up

    Angie Smith (No. 5) pulls down a rebound in the Bulldog girl’s varsity 46-44 win over Northeastern. Smith scored 31 points in the game, including two foul shots in the closing seconds of overtime. (Photo by Gary McBride)

    December 6, 2018, Bulldog sports round-up

  • Alan Winhouse Macbeth

    Alan Winhouse Macbeth

    Open memorial service to be held in honor of local artist Alan Macbeth — Friday, Dec. 14, 6–10 p.m., at 309 Xenia Ave., on the side terrace.