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  • Architect firm chosen for school facilities project

    Ruetschle Architects, and in particular firm Vice President Mike Ruetschle, worked with the district in 2022 and 2023 as a consultant to create a master facilities plan to put before voters.

  • Young artists bring ‘OTIS’ to life

    A newly released short film produced by a group of current and former YS Schools students, “OTIS,” is a meta meditation on the unpredictable nature of art, among other themes.

  • Art Book Circle makes art, community

    In 2023, 10 local residents spent the better part of the year filling 10 books with original art, a page at a time.

  • 2023 In Review | Education

    At The Antioch School, Antioch College, Village Schools and Children’s Center, 2023 was an educational year.

  • Miami Township Trustees discuss new-year business, solar

    The Miami Township Board of Trustees held its first regular meeting of the year Wednesday, Jan. 3. Most of the meeting was focused on settling first-of-year business.

  • Conversation on the Village Cafe menu

    When conflict arises in a community, sometimes the best strategy for engaging with that conflict is to talk about it. The Village Cafe event will be held Sunday, Jan. 21, 2–4 p.m., in the Mills Lawn gym.

  • Mad River Theater Works to debut March on Washington play

    A new play by Mad River Theater Works, or MRTW, “Keep Marching: The Road to the March on Washington,” aims to delve deeper into the grassroots history of the historic event.

  • 2023 In Review | Business

    2023 was a big year for business in Yellow Springs: milestones were reached, doors opened and closed, and many businesses expanded or transitioned.

  • 2023 In Review | Village Life

    The annual Martin Luther King Jr. march, magic shows, a baseball diamond dedication, the return of Community Thanksgiving — 2023 was a great year to gather in Yellow Springs.

  • School facilities improvement process begins

    At its Dec. 14 regular meeting, the Yellow Springs Board of Education took its first step toward realizing the district school facilities improvements that were approved by voters last month.

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