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  • Board of Education renews facilities discussion

    How best to address deteriorating conditions and outdated capacities identified in Yellow Springs’ public school buildings is a question that remains unresolved for district leaders.

  • Fighting cold, one blanket at a time

    Since October 2021, Villager Diana Castellan has made or mended and donated nearly 300 blankets with the support of a Blanket Fund, established last year at the YS United Methodist Church.

  • Clothes opening

    On Saturday, Feb. 12, Garmint Boutique held its soft opening as Yellow Springs’ only vintage clothing store.

  • Village Council | Oberer’s next steps

    In the days after Village Council voted down the Oberer Development application to rezone 52.6 acres on the south side of town as a planned unit development, many residents are left with the question, “What’s next?”

  • Community, biodiversity through seeds

    Seed steward Florentina Rodriguez debuted the Yellow Springs Community Seed Library last weekend, aiming to make that power available to everyone.

  • School board dives into ‘Sunshine’ rules

    The rules that Ohio’s school boards must follow in conducting a district’s business can be tricky to navigate, David Lampe, a partner with the Bricker & Eckler law firm, told Yellow Springs school board members during a recent board work session.

  • Review | Nostalgic politics and pitfalls in ‘Licorice Pizza’

    Director Paul Thomas Anderson’s recent blockbuster film “Licorice Pizza” wants to remind us of all the thrills, seductions and dramas of adolescence.

  • COVID Update | Feb. 17, 2022

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

    The U.S. Food & Drug Administration’s consideration — and anticipated approval — this month of a COVID-19 vaccine for young children, aged 6 months through 4 years old, has been put on hold, the FDA announced Friday, Feb. 11.

  • Not having a ball

    On Sunday, Feb. 13, Super Bowl LVI offered brief hope to Cincinnati Bengals fans, as their team faced off against the Los Angeles Rams. After a historic season and a dramatically close game, however, the Bengals faltered with a score of 23–20.

  • Author Gaia Cornwall visits Mills Lawn

    On Monday, Jan. 31, students in Heidi Hoover and Debra Mabra’s second grade classes at Mills Lawn Elementary School got a special virtual visit from author Gaia Cornwall.

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