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  • Director Malissa Doster bids farewell to Children’s Center

    After nearly five years of meeting goals and setting new ones, Doster has stepped down as the director of the center, or YSCCC.

  • School Facilities Committee assesses issues

    Among the issues identified by building users, the largest concerns discussed at the meeting were heating, ventilation and air conditioning, or HVAC, systems and air quality; bathrooms; and safety and security.

  • Dogwood Festival to celebrate spring, community

    The center’s first Dogwood Festival is slated for Saturday, May 28, 2–10 p.m., at the Agraria Farm. The event, which organizers plan to make annual, will feature activities throughout the afternoon and into the evening, including tours, a scavenger hunt, lawn games, music, a bonfire, a barn dance and more.

  • Downtown Yellow Springs’ most-cherished businesses

    “What Yellow Springs store or restaurant — now closed — do you miss the most, and what did you love about it?” In September 2020, the News posed that question to the Yellow Springs community at large and received more than 1,000 responses. Current and former villagers shared their memories and reminisced about places that were true local ­institutions.

  • Coretta Scott King luncheon lifts up

    Community organizing, healing and relationships were among the themes highlighted during the sixth annual Legacy Luncheon ceremony presented by the Coretta Scott King Center on Friday, April 29, at the Wellness Center on the Antioch College campus.

  • My Name Is Iden | My kids call me ‘Deedee’

    My Name is Iden

    “I didn’t know what it would be like to raise my children as a transgender woman, but I was pretty sure it would be awful.”

  • Earth play

    From naturalist-guided hikes around Glen Helen and Clifton Gorge, to a plant swap and a “Trails Day Celebration” at the village train station, the plethora of festivities brought droves of local environmentalists and Earth enthusiasts out to enjoy the warm weather.

  • Down to Earth | ‘Capture the positive’ on Earth Day

    “The human species is facing so many difficult issues in our world community right now, ranging from the war in Ukraine to climate change. Let’s use this Earth Day to capture the positive.”

  • Comedian Donnell Rawlings to host local events

    The four-day series, dubbed “Donnell Land,” will include shows at Wiley’s Comedy Club in Dayton, kayaking down the Little Miami, and a kickball game in Gaunt Park.

  • COVID Update | May 26, 2022

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

    The number of new cases in the state, tallied for May 13–19 was 19,556, compared to 15,950 for the week of May 6–12.

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