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  • Stair masters: the third annual 9/11 Stair Climb benefit

    Frederickstown, Ohio, firefighter Jason Bostic and his wife, Jennifer, and son Jonas prepared to exit Antioch College’s Main Building on Sunday shortly after completing their 110 flights of stairs. (Photos by Matt Minde)

    126 people took part in this year’s 9/11 Stair Climb, a fundraiser for the survivors and families of the first responders to the Sept. 11, 2001 attack on the World Trade Center.

  • Forest friends

    Young musicians with the Friends Music Camp, or FMC, marched through town on Saturday, July 30, to promote the 33rd annual benefit concert for Glen Helen, held later that evening. FMC musicians played flutes, horns, violins, saxophones and plenty of percussion as they passed the Mills Park Hotel and continued to move their joyful noise up Xenia Avenue. (Photo by Matt Minde)

    What started out as a quick musical march up and down Xenia Avenue (top) ended up as a two-hour performance Saturday evening, July 30, to benefit Glen Helen.

  • Public Meetings

    Village Of Yellow Springs

  • Planning Commission Zoning Text Amendment

    Monday, July 11, 2016, 7 p.m.

  • Antioch College class of 2016: over ‘the mound’ and into the world

    Newly minted graduates Jasmine Lindquist, Sylvia Newman and Ozrich Sable cross the mound in their own dramatic way. Clement weather allowed for holding the commencement ceremony outside. (Photos by Matt Minde)

    The weather was perfect, if a little warm, for the 50 members of Antioch College’s Class of 2016 to celebrate their commencement with friends, family and each other Saturday, June 18.

  • Exhibiting ingenuity

    Seventh-grader Sam Lewis tackled the task of cooking an egg in as many complicated steps as possible via a self-designed Rube Goldberg contraption Friday, May 13. To wit, the egg drop seemed to be one domino short of success. (Photos by Matt Minde)

    Seventh-grader Sam Lewis tackled the task of cooking an egg in as many complicated steps as possible via a self-designed Rube Goldberg contraption Friday, May 13.

  • Yearly grind

    A “cold asphalt planer,” operated by John Morris of Jurgensen Construction, stripped away the top layer of asphalt to prepare the surface for new blacktop. The machines were at once sophisticated high-tech and awesome claw-bearing behemoths. (Photo by Matt Minde)

    Kieth’s Alley got a much-needed resurfacing this week during the village’s annual paving of local streets.

  • For 43 years, living where it’s lively

    Hap and Sonia Cawood moved to Yellow Springs in 1973 when their two daughters were young. They came for the schools, the robust community life and because Hap fell in love with the renovated barn they call home in the center of town. They stay because village life continues to fulfill and sustain them. (Photo by Carol Simmons)

    Albert “Hap” and Sonia Cawood moved into a renovated barn in the heart of Yellow Spring in 1973, and they have made their home there all the years since.

  • Faith Patterson memorial rescheduled

    The date of the memorial service for Faith L. Patterson has been changed from April 30 to June 18.

  • Renewable energy how-tos

    The solar array bedecking Paul Sampson’s Yellow Springs home generates up to 70 percent of the energy for his residence and the bed and breakfast he and his wife operate next door.

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