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2024

Articles by Reilly Dixon :: Page 2

  • Dine and shine at Arise Café

    Longtime villagers Shaun Craig and Jake Siemer recently took over at Arise Café and Catering, a small brunch-and-lunch joint located at 2960 W. Enon Road, in Xenia Twp.

  • BREAKING | Reported shooting on S. High Street in Yellow Springs

    Around 7:45 p.m., on Thursday, March 14, a shooting was reported on the 600 block of South High Street. 

  • Yellow Springs prepares for April 8 eclipse

    On Monday, April 8, Yellow Springs will have a front row view of a once-in-a-lifetime event of astronomical proportions: a total solar eclipse.

  • Man arrested in connection with Hawthorne Apartments fire

    On Monday, Feb. 26, a local resident was arrested in connection to the fire that erupted at the Hawthorne Place Apartments last summer. He is being charged with aggravated arson, burglary and possessing criminal tools, and is presently in custody at the Greene County Jail. 

  • Jury trial delays, new civil suits for Gronbeck

    Donald Gronbeck, a former Yellow Springs physician accused of sexually assaulting 15 patients, is now facing several civil lawsuits in addition to his ongoing criminal case. After five continuations, Gronbeck’s first jury trial is now set for March 3, 2025.

  • Jonathan Richman to perform at Foundry Theater

    The Foundry Theater at Antioch College continues its 2023–24 live performance series on Tuesday, Feb. 27, when famed singer-songwriter and cult icon Jonathan Richman takes the stage for a bare-bones, acoustic set.

  • Johnnie Burns sworn in as Yellow Springs village manager

    At the most recent Village Council meeting, held virtually on Tuesday, Feb. 20, Interim Village Manager Johnnie Burns was appointed to permanently fill the manager role, following unanimous approval from Council. He was officially sworn in early Wednesday morning.

  • Local, state deer population mounts

    Yellow Springs resident and professor of biological sciences at Wright State University Don Cipollini told the News last week that there are currently around 800,000 deer in the state.

  • Village Council adopts ceasefire resolution on Israel-Hamas war

    On Monday, Feb. 5, at the group’s most recent regular meeting, Village Council unanimously passed a resolution calling for an immediate ceasefire in the ongoing war between Israel and Hamas.

  • EXTENDED COVERAGE | Villagers stage pro-Palestine march

    What started as a conversation between coworkers at a local flower shop, blossomed into two consecutive days of collective action this past weekend.

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