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  • Yellow Springs Ukulele Club moving to new home

    The regular gathering of the YS Uke Club, which meets the first Saturday of each month, is moving this month — June 1, 6–8:30 p.m. — from its longtime home at the YS Arts Council building to YS Senior Center Great Room to accommodate a growing number of participants.

  • Annual Yellow Springs 10-Minute Play Festival returns

    The annual 10-Minute Play Festival, sponsored by the YS Theater Company, returns this year Friday and Saturday, May 31 and June 1, on the grounds of YS High School.

  • Hunger heroes

    The inaugural “Who’s Hungry?” free community meal event, organized by local residents Carl Moore and Jim Zehner, went off without a hitch Monday, May 13, at MAZU restaurant.

  • Bulldog Sports Round-Up | May 17, 2024

    “The YSHS Track Teams hosted the annual Metro Buckeye Conference track meet this past Saturday, May 11. The girls team finished in third place, while the boys squad ended up in sixth place.”

  • Bulldog Sports Round-Up | May 10, 2024

    “After enduring a 30-minute rain delay, the YSHS boys and girls track teams performed with energy and vigor in front of a large home crowd at the annual Bulldog Invitational on Friday, May 3.”

  • Tar Hollow Camporee slated

    A 60-plus-year tradition continues this month with the annual community “Camporee” event at Tar Hollow State Park.

  • Porter Fitch to perform at the Foundry Theater

    The Foundry Theater at Antioch College will feature a performance by musicians Marisa Anderson and Jim White, with former Yellow Springs resident Porter Fitch, this Saturday, May 11.

  • Following a moon shadow

    Villagers and visitors alike gathered in local streets, yards and parks Monday, April 8, to witness a total solar eclipse — the first in this area since 1806, with the next to occur in 2099.

  • March 14 shooting suspect pleads ‘not guilty,’ claims insanity

    Since his arraignment last week, Bleything has entered a plea of “not guilty” by reason of insanity. Pending the court’s motion for competency — which determines a defendant’s mental acuity — a tentative trial date has been set for Monday, May 20.

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