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Articles by Lauren Heaton :: Page 12
The Yellow Springs Community Dance Concert will take place at the Antioch Foundry Theater this weekend.
Antioch College will host several upcoming events in honor of Black History Month, including artists talks and political action campaigns.
For the fifth consecutive year, the Ten Minute Play Festival that revived community theater in Yellow Springs is back. The Yellow Springs Theater Company is producing a range of comedies, dramas and experimental pieces about sharp-toothed animals, the talking dead, burglars with a conscience and growing old in a small town, with all local or locally associated playwrights, directors, actors and producers.
Yellow Springs Sergeant Naomi Penrod was charged in Xenia Municipal Court on Monday with three misdemeanors related to an altercation she had with a village resident in November.
Nearly a year after Vince Peters resigned as a coach for Yellow Springs schools in March 2014, a local complaint has made public the circumstances of his departure.
Village Human Relations Commission member Chrissy Cruz likes to think of the commission she joined last year as “the people’s village council” — whereas Village Council looks out for the village’s infrastructure, HRC looks out for the village’s people. HRC member Steve McQueen sees the group as a liaison between the citizens and Village Council. […]
There are many attractive qualities to Camp Greene, the former Girl Scout camp that Glen Helen acquired last week. The 30 acres between the Little Miami River and Grinnell Road are well preserved and topographically interesting, with an upland of rolling hills and a flood plain along the lower third of the property. The secluded […]
The Yellow Springs Theater Company presents the Ten Minute Play Festival this Friday and Saturday night at the Presbyterian Church.
Village Police Sergeant Naomi Penrod was charged with three criminal offenses today after the altercation she had in November with a villager.
At their Jan. 8 meeting school board members voted unanimously to move ahead with putting on the May ballot a 10-year renewal of the emergency operating levy that expires at the end of the current year. The levy generates about $1,060,000 annually for the district. A renewal would not raise taxes beyond the current level.