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  • Coach Jimmy Chesire signs off

    Jimmy Chesire announced in July of this year that he would be retiring from his position as volunteer head coach — and chronicler — of Perry League T-ball after 35 years.

  • Perry League’s ‘Busy, busy, busy’ field

    “And that’s our rain-soaked, muddy July 16 Perry League, Yellow Springs’ T-ball program for all kids 2–9 years of age, regardless of their race, color, creed, sexual orientation, ethnicity, spiritual inclination or practice, ability or disability.”

  • Carol Ann Williams Snodgrass

    Carol Ann Williams Snodgrass passed away on Friday, July 23, 2021, while sleeping peacefully at home in Wilmore, Ky.

  • Continued coverage — YSDC to run Wellness Center

    The Yellow Springs Development Corporation is finalizing an agreement with the college to reopen the fitness center, which has been shuttered since March 14, 2020.

  • The Dharma of the Springs

    To find the Middle Path and follow the Dharma of Siddharta Gautama, one need not venture far here in the Springs.

  • 365 Project — Exploring Black ancestry at Glen Forest Cemetery

    On Saturday, July 24, people slowly trickled into Glen Forest cemetery, lingering near the cannon commemorating the service of veterans during the Civil War, including Black soldiers who are buried in the cemetery.

  • Antioch College names new president

    The Antioch College Board of Trustees announced this week that it has selected Dr. Jane Fernandes as the college’s new president.

  • Chamber of Commerce faces backlash over director’s posts

    The Yellow Springs Train Station is also the location of the YS Chamber of Commerce offices. The Chamber’s board of directors reversed their position on the hiring of a new director Elizabeth Ford, following backlash from Chamber members and villagers after posts on her personal Facebook page surfaced. (Photo by Matt Minde)

    Just 13 days after being hired, Elizabeth Ford is no longer the executive director of the Yellow Springs Chamber of Commerce.

  • The Briar Patch, episode 1: into the thicket

    The Briar Patch, episode 1: Into the Thicket, audio from WCSU FM 88.9

  • Miami Township Trustees — Public input for pandemic-related funding?

    At both of its July meetings, Miami Township Trustees Chris Mucher and Don Hollister discussed the possible use of nearly $130,000 in federal funds coming to the township through President Biden’s American Rescue Plan, or ARP.