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Oct
22
2021
  • Village Council declares state of emergency

    At its April 20 virtual meeting, Village Council unanimously passed a resolution declaring a state of emergency in Yellow Springs due to the coronavirus crisis.

  • Students adapt to remote learning

    Interacting with teachers and classmates mostly through websites and online programs, distance learning provides an alternative to in-person classes.

  • Primary Election 2020 — Unofficial results in; jail tax fails

    Unofficial elections results are in for Ohio’s unprecedented mail-in primary.

  • Governor details phased restart of Ohio economy

    Ohio is set to reopen in phases, with nonessential medical procedures resuming May 1 and some nonessential businesses reopening on May 4 and May 12.

  • Villager dies of COVID-19

    Photo: CDC/Dr. Fred Murphy, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Public Health; public domain.

    Village resident Matthew Huntington has died from COVID-19. Huntington, 50, died Saturday, April 18, at Soin Medical Center in Beavercreek, where he battled the disease for more than two weeks.

  • David Roy Erskine

    David Roy Erskine died at home in Yellow Springs on April 15 at the age of 85.

  • Questions about voting in the extended primary

    The News answers some last-minute questions about the voting process in the extended March 17 primary election.

  • Sankofa Talk — Fighting ’til the last day

    Bomani Moyenda speaks about organizing with the activist group Greene County Citizens Against Giant Jail Tax ahead of the 2020 primary.

  • COVID-19 in Greene County: Interview with an epidemiologist

    Don Brannen

    Earlier this week, the Yellow Springs News spoke with Dr. Don Brannen, an epidemiologist at Greene County Public Health. Brannen spoke about COVID-19 spread in the county, the role of the health department in contact tracing to contain the disease and differences between Greene County and Ohio as a whole.

  • State nixes YS school district’s hope to end academic year early

    In a letter to district families Friday, April 24, Superintendent Terri Holden wrote that the Ohio Department of Education, or ODE, “has provided strongly worded guidance stating that all schools should remain in session virtually until the last scheduled school day.”