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Oct
20
2020
  • 2019 Election— Proposed Charter Amendments

    The following charter amendments will appear on the Nov. 5, 2019 ballot for your consideration.

  • 2019 THIRD QUARTER SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY

    2019 THIRD QUARTER SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY

  • Missing YS-area woman found

    Margaret “Peg” Champney, an 87-year-old Miami Township resident who was reported missing Tuesday evening, Oct. 22, was found safe Wednesday morning in the East Hyde Road area near her home just outside Yellow Springs.

  • Hydrant flushing this week

    The Village of Yellow Springs will flush hydrants this week, Oct. 21–25, beginning Monday at 8 a.m.

  • Street smarts

    A magician and juggler entertained fair-goers along Xenia Avenue on a cool and sunny fall Street Fair day Saturday, Oct. 12.

  • Good run

    The Yellow Springs High School girls cross-country team dominated their 5K race at this year’s Metro Buckeye Conference, or MBC, Championships, taking home the first-place trophy in the seven-team field.

  • Fourth year of taking students ‘Into the Wild’

    All 65 members of the seventh-grade class at McKinney Middle School participated last month in the three-day, 53-mile,  camping-biking experience known as Into the Wild.

  • The 2019-20 Guide to Yellow Springs: Activism in the Village

    This year’s Guide to Yellow Springs cover hearkens back graphically to the 1960s era of American protest art. It recalls the iconic “fist in the air,” here holding a protest sign. (Design by Matt Minde)

    This year’s Guide presents recent articles and material from our archives to highlight the brave local activists working for a more just, fair and sustainable world.

  • Informal Session on the Proposed Cleanup Options for Vernay Laboratories

    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) invites you to attend an information session Thursday, Oct. 24, at the John Bryan Community Center, rooms A & B, 100 Dayton St.

  • School facilities tours— Top needs highlighted

    In a walk-around that lasted almost two hours on the evening of Sept. 18, outdoor issues such as the lack of a fence around the property and indoor issues such as energy-inefficient windows, lack of central air conditioning in parts of the building, lack of a separate cafeteria and lack of learning spaces conducive to group work were among the issues highlighted by Housh and Carter.