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Oct
31
2020
  • Prosecutor: evidence supports self defense in Grinnell Road double fatal shooting

    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.

  • Road rave

    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.

  • Council declares racism ‘public health crisis’

    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

    James M. “Mike” Peterson Sr., of Yellow Springs, passed away peacefully on June 17, 2020. He was 80 years old.

  • Dorothy “Dotti” Buscemi Roberts

    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.

  • Antioch’s altered, but heartfelt, commencement

    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 in Grinnell shooting

    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.