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  • Black Farming Conference returns

    The Black Farming Conference will be held Friday and Saturday, Sept. 29 and 30, at the National Afro-American Museum and Cultural Center and the neighboring campus of Central State University, both in Wilberforce.

  • Bulldog Sports Round-Up | Oct. 6, 2023

    It was a great day to be a Bulldog as the Yellow Springs High School and McKinney Middle School cross-country teams had great performances at the Jim Murray Invitational, held at the Clark County Fairgrounds Saturday, Sept. 30.

  • Richard Mather Horn

    Richard Mather Horn, known to friends and family as “Dick,” passed away peacefully on June 25, 2023, in Burlington, Vermont.

  • Bulldog Sports Round-Up | Sept. 22, 2023

    Despite depleted rosters due to illness, the Yellow Springs High School and McKinney Middle School cross-country teams turned in impressive performances at the Troy Twilight Invitational on Saturday, Sept. 16.

  • Sunflower field in full bloom

    Flower lovers delight: The Yellow Springs sunflower field just north of the village, at 4627 U.S. 68, is in full bloom.

  • Grandfriends Day

    On Tuesday, Sept. 12, Mills Lawn Elementary School held the first iteration of what is sure to be a beloved annual tradition: Grandfriends Day.

  • All power to the porches

    All throughout a perfect early fall day, on Saturday, Sept. 16, over 50 musicians, bands, disc jockeys, singers, songwriters and instrumentalists of nearly every musical genre under the sun performed at the annual villagewide Porchfest.

  • Off-season baseball training at Millworks

    The Yellow Springs Schools baseball program announced last week that it has opened an off-season training facility in a warehouse at Millworks.

  • Brian Housh removed as Village Council president

    At the most recent Village Council meeting, Monday, Oct. 2, Council members voted to remove Brian Housh from his position as Council president.

  • Yellow Springs goes to the Ohio Renaissance Festival

    Just 22 miles apart, Yellow Springs and the Renaissance Festival’s 30-acre fairground in Harveysburg are loci of artistry and an unending cast of characters beyond imagination.

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