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  • Voter Registration for 2019 General Election

    Voter Registration for 2019 General Election

  • Robert Edward Stokes

    Robert Edward Stokes, age 85, of Dayton, Ohio, departed this life while at home on Sept. 10, 2019.

  • Organizing to end racism— The history of H.U.M.A.N.

    Started by villagers and Antioch College professors Jim Dunn and Bill Chappelle in the late 1970s, members of H.U.M.A.N. organized, marched, protested and educated in order to fight institutionalized racism and sexism, locally and nationally.



  • World House Choir performs— ‘Earth Mass’ reprised, with new works

    Performances are slated for Sept. 18 and 21 in the Foundry Theater at Antioch College; the choir will also perform on Sept. 19 and 22 in Dayton and Springfield (see sidebar on page 10 for full details).

  • Village Council resolves residential solar cap issue

    An unlimited number of villagers can now install solar panels on their residences and connect them to the grid after Council passed legislation at its regular meeting, Tuesday, Sept. 3, eliminating a cap on residential solar generation.

  • Village to test traffic pattern

    Short Street and a section of South Walnut Street will be turned into one-way streets for a period of three weeks in October and November to test out a new traffic flow in the area.

  • Gun pulled at playground

    According to the Yellow Springs Police Department, at 7:49 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 8, a caller told police that a man pulled a gun and aimed it at a small dog at the Mills Lawn Elementary School playground.

  • World House Choir to debut “Our Planet — Our Lives”

    World House Choir rehearsal

    The World House Choir will debut “Our Planet — Our Lives” on Wednesday, Sept. 18, in the Foundry Theater at Antioch College.

  • Immigration judge grants bond for villager detained by ICE

    Carl B. Stokes United States Courthouse, Cleveland OH, where Espinosa's hearing was held Monday morning. (Source: public domain)

    A federal immigration judge decided on Monday morning, Sept, 16, that villager Miguel Espinosa could be released on a $10,000 bond.

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