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Articles by Reilly Dixon :: Page 4

  • Spooky strut

    Walking under the autumn sun on Halloween afternoon, Monday, Oct. 31, were plenty of pretty princesses, frightful goblins and ghouls, myriad Marios and Luigis, fantastical warriors and beautiful Barbies.

  • News from the Past: October 2023

    75 years ago, Antioch enrollment was up to 1,140; 50 years ago, federal narcotics agents seized drugs valued at $100,000, and Village Council debated bicycle safety to little avail; 25 years ago, contaminants were found in local wells near Vernay Labs.

  • Village Council reviews the local power portfolio

    Where does the Village of Yellow Springs get its energy? How much of it is renewable? And how many renewable energy credits does the Village get from the kinds of energy it uses and produces?

  • Village Council | ‘Forever chemicals’ in municipal water

    Out of 30 samples the Village water department took this April, only one registered above the detection limit at 9.2 parts per trillion — a level significantly below the current health advisory limit, but above the proposed maximum level of contamination.

  • Vocal point

    The Presbyterian pews were filled for the first concert of the 2023–2024 Chamber Music in Yellow Springs season, which featured the vocal ensemble CANTUS, an eight-member “low voice” a cappella ensemble.

  • Sunflower field in full bloom

    Flower lovers delight: The Yellow Springs sunflower field just north of the village, at 4627 U.S. 68, is in full bloom.

  • All power to the porches

    All throughout a perfect early fall day, on Saturday, Sept. 16, over 50 musicians, bands, disc jockeys, singers, songwriters and instrumentalists of nearly every musical genre under the sun performed at the annual villagewide Porchfest.

  • Brian Housh removed as Village Council president

    At the most recent Village Council meeting, Monday, Oct. 2, Council members voted to remove Brian Housh from his position as Council president.

  • Yellow Springs goes to the Ohio Renaissance Festival

    Just 22 miles apart, Yellow Springs and the Renaissance Festival’s 30-acre fairground in Harveysburg are loci of artistry and an unending cast of characters beyond imagination.

  • Free Narcan, no questions asked

    In partnership with Greene County Public Health, or GCPH, Yellow Springs Pharmacy is now offering free doses of naloxone.

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