2021 Yellow Springs News Merchandise
Sep
17
2021
  • COVID-19 update: Cases and hospitalizations continue to escalate

    The wave of cases and hospitalizations continue to escalate at an alarming rate; the Ohio Hospital Association reported that COVID-19 currently accounts for one out of seven hospitalizations in the state.

  • Village Council finalizes building department, eyes municipal broadband

    At its regular meeting, held online via Zoom on Tuesday, Sept. 7, Village Council approved the final measure needed to create a building department for Yellow Springs.

  • September 16–22, 2021 Classifieds

    Rentals, employment, garage sales and more! Find it all in this week’s classifieds in the Yellow Springs News.

  • Yellow Springs Planning Commission approves Chappelle comedy club

    It’s official: construction will soon be underway for local comedian Dave Chappelle’s planned comedy club and restaurant at 225 Corry St.

    The site was previously the Miami Township firehouse, and in homage, Chappelle has dubbed his future restaurant “Firehouse Eatery,” and the attached comedy club, “Live from YS.”

  • Blacks in Yellow Springs 2021 walking tour season ends

    The 365 Project recently concluded its 2021 “Blacks in Yellow Springs” walking tour season with “The African American History of Yellow Springs Schools.”

  • Staff changes at the Yellow Springs News

    Cheryl Durgans has been named editor, Tim Walker will soon fill the role of advertising sales manager and Lynda Love Highlander has become the office and circulation manager.

  • Little Art Theatre’s new managing director settles in

    As the Little Art celebrates nearly 92 years of operation, Kristina Heaton, its newly hired managing director, is making it her personal mission to continue building a legacy that reflects the values of the theater and of the Yellow Springs community.

  • Black Farming Conference set

    The Agraria Center for Regenerative Practice — in partnership with Antioch College, Central State University and The National Afro-American Museum and Cultural Center — will present the Second Annual Black Farming Conference on Friday and Saturday, Sept. 10 and 11.

  • Ordinance 2021-26

    CREATING A NEW FUND FOR THE PURPOSE OF RECEIVING AND EXPENDING AMERICAN RESCUE PLAN DOLLARS

  • Ordinance 2021-24

    ESTABLISHING A PUBLIC UTILITY FOR MUNICIPAL BROADBAND BY ENACTING NEW CHAPTER 1043: MUNICIPAL BROADBAND OF THE CODIFIED ORDINANCES AND APPROVING CREATION OF A UTILITY FUND