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  • Family of John Crawford III pursues wrongful death charges

    John Crawford III’s parents, John Crawford Jr. and Tressa Sherrod, pictured above, took part in the commemoration; Crawford Jr. delivered a powerful call for justice, and Sherrod released 25 balloons in honor of her son’s 25th birthday in August 2017. (News archive photo by Audrey Hackett)

    On Wednesday, Nov. 23, a three-judge panel of the Sixth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals revived a wrongful death claim against Walmart by the family of John Crawford III.

  • YSPD budgets $1.7 million for 2023

    A recent spike in officer and dispatch turnover, higher overtime costs and mounting expenses to maintain and replace outdated equipment are among ongoing challenges identified by the Yellow Springs Police Department in proposing a 2023 budget totaling $1,731,805.34.

  • YSHS Volleyball | Phil Renfro named coach of the year

    Following the YSHS varsity volleyball team’s championship win in the Metro Buckeye Conference last month, Phil Renfro was honored for leading the team to victory — he was named coach of the year by the conference.

  • Writing on the wall

    On Monday, Oct. 31, muralist and artist Pierre Nagley spent hours covering up the tags and graffiti that recently cropped up over his and Lindsay Burke’s tarot mural in Kieth’s Alley.

  • Village Council proposes new busking rules

    On Monday, Oct. 17, Village Council members continued their ongoing examination of the impacts of busking with a first reading of an ordinance that aims to regulate the volume, frequency, location and permissibility of impromptu downtown street performances.

  • ‘Spring Meadows’ to go before Village Council

    A proposed 90-home major subdivision — dubbed “Spring Meadows” — is one step closer to being developed in Yellow Springs.

  • Watch tower: Antioch College’s decommissioned smokestack comes down

    After almost half a day wrangling with the well-constructed smokestack from the decommissioned Antioch College power plant, workers take stock of the demolition process. (Photo by Kathleen Galarza)

    The 125-foot-tall smokestack, the most visible part of the decommissioned Antioch College power plant, was demolished Monday, Oct. 10, as part of a $4.25 million grant, the Campaign to Secure the Future of Glen Helen.

  • YS News 2023 Historical Calendar | ‘Peering beyond the frame’

    The following commentary appears as the introduction to the newly published Yellow Springs News Historical 2023 Calendar. The calendar, which features photos from the News’ vast archives of negatives and historical materials, is available for sale at the YS News office at 253 ½ Xenia Ave. or online.

  • Village vies for more municipal solar

    The Village of Yellow Springs is looking to build solar photovoltaic arrays on a number of municipal properties. Sites up for consideration are the Village-owned Sutton Farm, located on State Route 343; the parking lot at the John Bryan Community Center; and the rooftops of several Village buildings.

  • Yellow Springs nonprofits receive county grants

    The Greene County Board of Commissioners granted over $150,000 to eight local nonprofits through the Greene County Nonprofit grant program, a program created by the Commissioners to disburse American Rescue Plan Act dollars the county received from the federal government.

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