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The Greene County Grand Jury’s recent conclusion concerning the double fatal shooting Feb 12 outside a home on Grinnell Road — which the county sheriff described at the time as a “shootout” — confirmed the initial impression of law enforcement at the scene that gray winter morning: self-defense.
While this year’s Pride scheduling was markedly different than year’s past, the fanfare and the spirit of the celebration were still in dazzling display.
At its June 15 regular meeting, Village Council declared racism a public health crisis and committed to taking “meaningful action” to respond to the “death, trauma and injury caused by institutional racism.”
James M. “Mike” Peterson Sr., of Yellow Springs, passed away peacefully on June 17, 2020. He was 80 years old.
Dorothy “Dotti” Buscemi Roberts, of Summerville, S.C., wife of Leonard M. Roberts, passed away on Saturday, June 20, 2020, at Summerville Medical Center. She was 80.
Due to COVID-19, the sixth commencement of the relaunched college took place as an online ceremony rather than the customary in-person one, with live and recorded speeches streamed at 1 p.m. Recorded performances from the World House Choir were also part of the virtual festivities. Those who wish to watch the event can do so at antiochcollge.edu/commencement.
No charges will be filed in the double fatal shooting that occurred Feb. 12 outside a home on Grinnell Road, just south of Yellow Springs, the Greene County prosecutor has announced.