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  • 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.

  • Building Community | 25 years of home, for all

    This year, affordable housing nonprofit YS Home, Inc. reached two major milestones: The first phase of its upcoming 32-unit combined senior rental and all-ages, for-sale townhome development, The Cascades, was fully funded — and the nonprofit celebrated its 25th anniversary.

  • YS Federal Credit Union members approve merger

    On Thursday, Dec. 14, the YS Federal Credit Union, or YSCU, tallied final votes from member-owners that would determine if the longtime local credit union would merge with central-Ohio-based Bridge Credit Union — and member-owners overwhelmingly voted “yes.”

  • Local schools need bus drivers

    Though the Yellow Springs School District hasn’t seen interruptions in providing bus services to students, the local district is not immune to the nationwide shortage.

  • New utility-scale solar project proposed for Greene County

    Australian company, Lendlease, has been approaching landowners in the rural area between Yellow Springs, Clifton and Cedarville for longterm leases to build a 175-megawatt utility-scale solar array. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    The proposed project, tentatively called the Aviation Energy Center, comes after the December 2022 Ohio Power Siting Board, or OPSB, denial of Vesper’s previously planned 1,500-acre, 175 MW utility-scale Kingwood solar project, which was also slated to be located in Greene County.

  • Mad River Theater Works to stage March on Washington play

    On Jan. 13, 2024, the Mad River Theater Works will debut “Keep Marching: The Road to the March on Washington.”

  • Senior Center buys land from Antioch College, new building planned

    On Monday, Dec. 11, the last of the paperwork was signed to purchase a half-acre parcel of land from Antioch College, where the center aims to build and open a new facility.

  • Festive fellers

    Villagers showed up bright and early Saturday, Dec. 2, to trek into School Forest and fell their own Christmas trees.

  • Zoning Inspector Richard Zopf terminated from position

    During the most recent regular meeting of the Miami Township Board of Trustees on Monday, Dec. 4, longtime Zoning Inspector Richard Zopf was terminated from his position, which he’s held for 24 years.

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