2021 Yellow Springs News Merchandise
Sep
18
2021

Articles About Chamber of Commerce

  • Chamber of Commerce faces backlash over director’s posts

    The Yellow Springs Train Station is also the location of the YS Chamber of Commerce offices. The Chamber’s board of directors reversed their position on the hiring of a new director Elizabeth Ford, following backlash from Chamber members and villagers after posts on her personal Facebook page surfaced. (Photo by Matt Minde)

    Just 13 days after being hired, Elizabeth Ford is no longer the executive director of the Yellow Springs Chamber of Commerce.

  • Yellow Springs Street Fair: Blue notes, blue skies

    Musician Tumust Allison from Dayton played a powerful sax during last Saturday’s Street Fair. (Photo by Aaron Zaremsky)

    Temperatures on Saturday hit 93 degrees, but the music was even hotter than the weather.

  • A balance of buskers and business in the village

    A staple of downtown Yellow Springs, the local street music scene may soon change with a new, self-regulating policy approved Monday by Village Council.

  • Cyclists, soccer tournament brings heavy traffic to village

    Yellow Springs will be the hub of several major events this weekend, giving rise to more than the usual amount of foot and automobile traffic and a road closure Saturday.

  • Sidewalks packed in tourist town

    Any local resident downtown on a beautiful spring weekend such as we’ve experienced in recent weeks can attest that the sidewalks, shops and restaurants are filled with people who hail from other zip codes. What their presence means to the life of the village is a topic of ongoing discussions.

  • Enviroflight in the spotlight

    As part of his state-wide tour to celebrate Ohio Agriculture Week, Ohio Department of Agriculture Director David Daniels on Thursday visited Enviroflight, the local producer of an animal feed made from bugs.

  • Bronze Symposium coming to town

    The Yellow Springs Experience: Bronze Sculpture Symposium will take place on the Antioch College campus for two weeks in October, featuring sculptors creating original abstract works that will be cast in bronze and later be given to the Village.

  • Elf-guided tour

    Penny Adamson, left, and Emily Seibel were enthusiastic participants in last week-end’s Elf Tour, sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce.

  • Upbeat season for downtown

    For those turned off by the endless lines and swarming hoards of Black Friday shoppers at big box stores and malls, Yellow Springs may be a less hectic and more pleasant alternative.

  • Village welcomes all for a holiday tradition

    Come start the holiday season this weekend with a Holiday in the Village.