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  • Unsolicited Opinions | Sometimes accountability is love

    “When it comes to our own, we need to do better. We need to love and hold each other accountable in a way that makes us all free.”

  • Building Community | McGruder brings expertise, experience to local orgs

    Kevin McGruder, who has lived in Yellow Springs for 11 years, has spent his time in the village finding space for himself, and in turn, creating space for others.

  • Village Council votes to raise rents at Lawson Place apartments

    Residents at Lawson Place, the 16-unit apartment building owned by the Village, will soon see a 3% rent increase as the result of a unanimous vote at the Monday, July 3, Village Council meeting.

  • John Gudgel creates community through listening, learning

    A stalwart face in the Yellow Springs district, Gudgel has served as a teacher, coach, principal and guidance counselor in his nearly 40-year career with the district beginning in 1979.

  • Village Council checks in on water projects

    At the Tuesday, June 20, Village Council meeting, Council members discussed delays in two water projects the Village was hoping to complete by November 2023.

  • Building Community | Baseball fields renamed after Davenport sisters

    Jackie, who died in March 2023 and Yvonne, who died in February 2021, were integral in creating a space for women in Yellow Springs’ recreational baseball league and were fierce advocates for athletic programs throughout the village.

  • Unsolicited Opinions | Keep racist items out of stores

    “If Yellow Springs is to be a welcoming village, we have to work together to reject stereotypes of BIPOC and other minority groups.”

  • Building Community | ‘Deep connections’ at Forest Village Farm

    Whether it be educating residents on the signs of a water leak, delivering eggs or showing people the difference between invasive and native plants on her farm, Rose Pelzl has spent the last few years working for and in her community.

  • Village Council talks housing

    Members of Village Council continued their conversation about housing development on Village-owned property parcels at their most recent meeting Monday, June 5.

  • Village Council talks numbers

    On Monday, May 15, Council members heard reports from Finance Director Amy Kemper and Treasurer Judy Kintner. The main takeaway was this: money is coming in, and expenses have come in under budget, but the year has just begun.

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