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2021 in Review | Village Businesses
In 2021, dozens of businesses in Yellow Springs opened their doors, expanded, shifted or celebrated significant anniversaries.
2021 in Review | Planning Commission
In 2021, the Village of Yellow Springs Planning Commission approved a site plan for Cresco Labs, the development of Dave Chappelle’s proposed comedy club, the construction of a new eatery/market, among other projects.
2021 in Review | Village Council
In 2021, Village Council purchased land for Mary’s Way, tabled a plan for a DORA, began work on municipal broadband, limited transient guest lodgings and more.
2021 in Review | Top Stories
Oberer development plan sparks concerns; the COVID-19 pandemic continues; WYSO plans to move into the Union School House; the school facilities levy fails; Kingwood Solar discussions continue.
Evelyn C. Britton
Evelyn C. Britton, of Yellow Springs, departed this life Saturday, Dec. 25, 2021. She was 90.
Robert “Bob” N. Hennigan
Robert “Bob” N. Hennigan passed away Thursday, Dec. 9, 2021 at Hospice of Dayton. He was 74.
What inspired you in 2021?
The annual tradition of polling YS News readers for meditations on a query has always tread a certain patch of earth. At the end of every year, we’re looking for a snapshot of your life — what made it better, worse, stranger, stronger.
Board members, treasurer end tenures
Grateful goodbyes and an official welcome were expressed Monday night, Dec. 20, during the Yellow Springs school board’s monthly business meeting, held in person in the Mills Lawn Elementary School gym and livestreamed on the district’s YouTube channel.
New bread from age-old process
Local baker James Luckett and farmer Jon Branstrator recently discussed a experimental bread they’ve cooked up together — a sourdough that incorporates nixtamalized blue corn.
‘Navigating the Pandemic: Stories of Hope and Resilience’
The collaborative book features contributions from over 30 writers, including local Cathy Roma, who explore the wide range of feelings engendered by the pandemic.