- Published: September 23, 2020
- Need rises, food relief follows
Food insecurity in the U.S. is reaching record heights in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic and resulting economic recession. And even in the relatively well-off community of Yellow Springs, some residents have difficulty putting food on the table.
- Wintrow to leave Chamber
The Board of Directors of the Yellow Springs Chamber of Commerce announced last week that Executive Director Karen Wintrow will leave her position at the Chamber. Her last day in the position will be Friday, Oct. 23.
- Land annexation moves ahead
Council began the process of annexing 34 acres of land on the south end of the Village at its virtual meeting on Monday, Sept. 21.
- A look inside Yellow Springs schools
School has been in session for about a month, with instruction taking place online since the opening of the 2020–21 academic year on Aug. 27.
- ‘See Spot run’— Plans for local dog park take shape
A new plan is afoot, or a-paw, to locate a park for Yellow Springs’ furry residents on 1.3 acres of unused land west of the water towers at Gaunt Park, abutting Talus Drive and a farm field.
- Sale pending on old fire station
In a special online meeting Tuesday, Sept. 22, the Yellow Springs Development Corporation, or YSDC, approved the sale of the soon-to-be vacant fire station on Corry Street to a buyer who was not publicly named. The vote was 7–1, with two abstentions.
- ‘Psychedelic expressionist’ mural unveiled downtown
The latest addition to Yellow Springs’ downtown public art scene is a breathtaking mural by villager Anna Burke, which was recently completed behind Rose & Sal’s Vintage Shop on Dayton Street.
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