- Published: August 31, 2022
- Racial justice, one book at a time
A new Little Free Library is on track to be installed at Gaunt Park this month, and the library will be filled with books themed around social and racial justice.
- Village Impact Project changes hands
The Village Impact Project was recently acquired by the National Conference for Community & Justice of Greater Dayton.
- Unsolicited Opinions | Why we still need Toni Morrison
“Almost three years and one month after the death of Morrison, her novels, including “Beloved,” have reentered the public discourse as we see pundits and public figures decry her work as being a part of a critical race theory plot.”
- School district digs deeper into safety, security
During a presentation on new safety and security policies and equipment adopted by the district, Superintendent Terri Holden asked the board to consider the possibility of installing fencing at Mills Lawn, which would enclose the school’s younger student playground.
- Natural cheesemaking set at Heartbeat Gardens
Internationally recognized Canadian cheesemaker David Asher will be in the area for a five-day workshop at Heartbeat Learning Gardens from Sept. 7 to 11.
- Yellow Springs Schools 50th reunion scholarship expands
It happens almost every year like clockwork: Former students from Yellow Springs schools return for a day or a weekend of fellowship with their former classmates to reminisce about their days in the schools.
- COVID Update | Sept. 1, 2022
Free rapid antigen tests continue to be available through the U.S. Post Office until Friday, Sept. 2. According to covid.gov, the program is being suspended because Congress hasn’t provided additional funding to replenish the nation’s stockpile of tests.
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