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Oct
27
2021
  • Antioch University Midwest absorbed, building for sale

    Antioch University is selling its Midwest building, located at 900 Dayton St. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    Antioch University Midwest, or AUM, has been largely eliminated as a separate campus in the Antioch University system, and the Yellow Springs building is once again for sale, after being taken on and off the market several times in recent years.

  • Gary waves goodbye— Wavelength Salon & Spa closes after 27 years

    The inability to maintain this closeness over the past six months of the ongoing pandemic helped Glaser make the decision to close Wavelength after 27 years.  The business closed in September.

  • Little Thunders— As the thunder rolls, reflections and questions

    Over time, if you keep reading, you will get to know me and my perspective, but today I’ll tell you a little bit about my history.

  • Fire station sale still pending

    The community might not know who bought the old Miami Township fire station on Corry Street for another two months.

  • The Village Mouse— The sinking of the friend ship

    In our online lives, the falling out of a friendship tends to go from snoozing, to unfriending, to blocking, the ultimate e-banishment.

  • Dave Chappelle seeks OK for more local shows

    Comedian and Yellow Springs resident Dave Chappelle is apparently hoping that the series of shows he hosted this summer at a rural property just north of the village can go on longer than the time originally set in a temporary zoning variance approved for the site.

  • Who’s the News, pt. III: the columnists

    When we ask our readers what their favorite page of the paper is, we are not surprised to hear that it’s our letters page — page 4. The Community Forum is the one part of the paper reserved for opinions, and we in this community have a lot of them.

  • Comprehensive Land Use Plan— Road map to future growth

    Public feedback has emphasized the need for a broader economic base, more diversity of housing types and prices and municipal broadband, among other priorities.

  • Esther Hetzler

    Dr. Esther Hetzler, a longtime resident of Yellow Springs, passed peacefully into her long sleep on Sept. 30, 2020, at the age of 92. She was at home at the time of her passing with her son, Lance.

  • Remote learning challenges families

    This is the second of two stories asking how remote learning is going in the Yellow Springs Schools.