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  • Editorial | When local news is history

    “Though they were clean and well-lit, I recognized all of these printing elements as siblings of the dusty machines and implements that live in the dim back space of the YS News office.”

  • News from the Past: January & February 2022

    50 years ago, in 1972, an Antioch student strike loomed. “The Antioch College campus has been in a turmoil since Friday and appeared to remain uneasy as the News approached press-time today.”

  • Music Review | Dayton’s Houseghost at Melody Inn

    A Dayton-based “spooky punk” outfit, Houseghost recalls the genre’s classic sounds with edgy `90s pop sensibilities

  • Redistricting Update | Groups renew legal challenges

    In a 5–2 vote that followed party lines, the Republican-dominated Ohio Redistricting Commission will to go back to the drawing board to produce new district maps for the state’s General Assembly.

  • Changes expected at Yellow Springs Development Corporation’s annual meeting

    As a relatively new nonprofit organization, the Yellow Springs Development Corporation, or YSDC, will hold its first annual meeting Tuesday, Feb. 8.

  • Co-creating shared spaces for people of color

    Last fall, YS Home, Inc. Executive Director Emily Seibel took part in a fireside chat keynote discussion for the annual conference of Ohio Community Development Corporation Association, speaking with Jamar Doyle, of Greater Collinwood Development Corporation, and Evelyn Burnett, of ThirdSpace Action Lab.

  • Nearly $1M in improvements slated for Glen Helen

    The old Antioch College power plant will soon be demolished and the land rehabbed into wetlands, thanks in part to a $988,119 grant from the Clean Ohio Conservation Fund.

  • YSHS One Acts to return

    As part of her senior project, YSHS senior Rosemary Burmester is directing this year’s One Acts, which will be performed Friday and Saturday, Feb. 11 and 12, beginning at 7:30 p.m., at the Clifton Opera House.

  • COVID Update | Feb. 10, 2022

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

    After reaching what health officials called “staggeringly high” numbers of new COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in January, Ohio continues to experience a decrease in cases overall.

  • Yellow Springs Village Council rejects Oberer PUD

    At the Monday, Feb. 7, Village Council meeting, held virtually via Zoom, a request from Oberer Development Company to rezone 52.6 acres on the south end of the village as a planned unit development, or PUD, did not receive enough votes to move forward.

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