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Oct
24
2020
  • ‘Empower Black Women’ — Hear speeches from weekend rally

    On Saturday, July 11, villagers met for the seventh weekend in an ongoing demonstration against racism and police brutality. Listen to speakers from the demonstration, which bore the theme “Empower Black Women.”

  • William Ross Jr.

    William Orville Ross Jr. passed away peacefully at his home on July 4, 2020. He was 96.

  • Career center’s aviation maintenance training program ready for first class

    A ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday, July 8, celebrated the completion of a hangar at the Lewis A. Jackson Regional Airport that will house the Greene County Career Center’s new aviation maintenance program.

  • Youth take lead in challenging racism

    For many local teens and young adults in their early 20s, the accumulating deaths feel personal. Young people of color see themselves and their families being treated differently, and they feel under threat within the national culture; while their young white allies see disparities in privilege and safety that negatively affect the lives of their Black peers.

  • COVID–19 update— After Ohio restart, virus is spreading again

    The trend holds true for Greene County, which saw its per capita case rate more than double over the last month, even as the county remains relatively better off than the rest of the state and country. As of July 6, there were 99 active COVID-19 cases in Greene County, up from 58 on June 18.

  • Antioch cuts $2.5M; jobs lost

    Amid ongoing financial challenges worsened by COVID-19, Antioch College seems — perhaps against the odds — determined to survive.

  • Parade canceled after alleged KKK protest threat

    Nerak Roth Patterson parades his red convertible through downtown at 2018's Fourth of July parade (Photo by Diane Chiddister)

    All the organizers interviewed this week also said the decision was influenced by the voicemail from a man purporting to be affiliated with the KKK, a notorious hate group with a long history of violence against Black people.

  • Yellow Springs Village Council mandates masks downtown

    At a special meeting on Wednesday, July 8, Council passed several new laws to improve the safety of downtown Yellow Springs in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. The most significant was an ordinance that requires masks downtown.

  • Planning Commission • Meeting Agenda

    Planning Commission • Meeting Agenda

  • Public Meetings

    VILLAGE OF YELLOW SPRINGS PUBLIC MEETINGS