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  • A tale of two pilgrims

    For longtime Yellow Springs residents Diana Glawe and Emily Foubert, the famed Camino de Santiago — Europe’s longest and most storied pilgrimage route — offered lessons in love, loss and letting go.

  • Movie Review | Of whales and love’s conditions

    Darren Aronofsky’s 2022 film, “The Whale,” is an exercise in discomfort. Audiences are spurred to shift in their seats as they watch the protagonist of undeniable size — played by the almost universally beloved Brendan Fraser — struggle to help himself time and again.

  • Millworks gains more tenants

    As of the beginning of the year, Local affordable housing program Yellow Springs Home, Inc., villager-owned landscape company Fox Trot Services and a new tattoo parlor called Studio Uncommon all have a new home at Millworks.

  • What a card!

    Considered one of the world’s foremost and talented magicians, David Williamson dazzled a capacity crowd of villagers at Emporium Wines & Underdog Cafe on Saturday evening, Jan. 14.

  • Dam-o-rama

    The beaver dam that clogged up the flowing waters of Yellow Springs Creek in 2021 grew significantly in breath, depth, height and sticks over the last year.

  • Kringle mingle

    Any villager who happened to stroll by the United Methodist Church on Saturday, Dec. 3, might have had the good fortune of running into ol’ Saint Nick.

  • Village seeks revenue through rate, utility hikes

    Brown water continues to show up in areas around the village.

    During the first regular Village Council meeting of the year, held in person on Tuesday, Jan. 3, Council members reviewed several prospects for bringing additional monies into the Village’s general fund, thereby softening the blow of the year’s projected $2.9 million budget deficit.

  • 2022 In Review | Planning Commission

    In 2022, Yellow Springs Planning Commission reviewed a new major subdivision, approved a plan to rezone land to accommodate a new agricultural business, approved the demolition and rebuilding of the structure that previously housed Earth Rose and more.

  • Dave Chappelle to demo, rebuild downtown Yellow Springs structure

    On Monday, Dec. 12, Yellow Springs Planning Commission members unanimously approved a plan for the demolition of the commercial and residential building at 221 Xenia Ave. — which formerly housed the independently owned retailer Earth Rose International Imports — and the construction of a new, more modern-looking structure there.

  • 11th Annual Winter Solstice poetry reading returns to in-person event

    Matthew Birdsall stands in front of the Vernet Ecological Center in Glen Helen. Birdsall is holding a book.

    After two years of virtual gatherings, the Winter Solstice Poetry Reading is set to recommence in person at the Glen Helen Vernet Ecological Center on Friday, Dec. 9, from 7-9 p.m.

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