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Dec
08
2022
  • Public Meetings

    VILLAGE OF YELLOW SPRINGS PUBLIC MEETINGS

  • Village Council airs concerns over 2022 budget shortfalls

    A recent memo sent to Village Council members by Finance Director Matt Dillon lays out a 2022 budget scenario in which current revenue projections “do not support the Village’s current projections for [the 2022 fiscal year] general fund expenses.”

  • Mills Lawn students bid farewell to Chief Carlson

    Carlson, who has been with the Yellow Springs Police Department for 12 years — five of those as chief — is leaving the force in November.

  • Village barking lot

    On Saturday, Oct. 16, a pack of pooches and their owners were having a doggone good time at the newly minted Yellow Springs Dog Park.

  • Candidates sound off at two forums

    On Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. 19 and 20, candidates for Miami Township trustee, school board, mayor and Village Council addressed community members in the Mills Lawn gym.

  • The 2021 Yellow Springs News Voter’s Guide

    Read the online edition of the Guide to Yellow Springs.

  • COVID-19 Update — October 21, 2021

    Photo: CDC/Dr. Fred Murphy, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Public Health; public domain.

    A decline over the past several weeks in COVID-19 numbers for Ohio, Greene County and the 45387 ZIP code suggest that an anticipated mid-October peak may have been reached earlier than expected.

  • Oct. 21, 2021 — Bulldog Sports Round-Up

    The YSHS Boys Soccer team, which is seeded at No. 1 among 25 area teams in post-season play, won its first tournament game, 16–0, Tuesday, Oct. 19, against Middletown Madison.

  • Down to Earth — Meet the Sustainability Champions

    “I created the Sustainability Champions program to encourage and support community members, providing them with guidance via connections with community leaders, local stakeholders and area experts.”

  • Village Council votes down mask ordinance update

    At its regular virtual meeting on Monday, Oct. 18, held via Zoom, Council attempted to pass an emergency ordinance to update the wording on the Village mask mandate.

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