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Articles About downtown

  • Downtown Yellow Springs’ most-cherished businesses

    “What Yellow Springs store or restaurant — now closed — do you miss the most, and what did you love about it?” In September 2020, the News posed that question to the Yellow Springs community at large and received more than 1,000 responses. Current and former villagers shared their memories and reminisced about places that were true local ­institutions.

  • A historical walking tour of downtown Yellow Springs

    The edifices that line the central throughways in the heart of the village form a patchwork of design and structure. The structures are quirky, asymmetrical and kaleidoscopic in color — the squat skyline, seldom rising above two stories, is jagged and sundry.

  • The architecture of a village

    The edifices that line the central throughways in the heart of the village form a patchwork of design and structure. The structures are quirky, asymmetrical and kaleidoscopic in color — the squat skyline, seldom rising above two stories, is jagged and sundry.

  • 2021 Yellow Springs Holiday Giving & Gifting Catalogue

    2021 Holiday Giving & Gifting Catalogue

    2020 Yellow Springs Holiday Giving & Gifting Catalogue

  • 2020 Yellow Springs Holiday Giving & Gifting Catalogue

    2020 Yellow Springs Holiday Giving & Gifting Catalogue

  • Village of YS— Free Wi-Fi downtown coming

    The Village of Yellow Springs is providing free Wi-Fi access downtown for a year in a pilot project that could eventually lead to community-owned broadband internet available throughout town.

  • What’s the future of downtown?

    Even with the tentative openings, business-as-usual seems far off. Closed since at least mid-March, many local merchants remain worried about the health of their businesses.

  • New mural goes up downtown

    Look up! Downtown Yellow Springs has a new mural above Dark Star Books. Pangaea and Current Cuisine. Painted by local artist Mandy Sue, it features scenes from the Glen, local flora and fauna and everybody’s favorite fat cat, Mr. Eko.

  • Life outside the bubbles

    Bubblefest was organized by Deborah McGee and Douglas Klappich just for the fun of it. Shown above, Carrie Campbell, left, watched her son, Owen, who is being held by his grandmother Diana Hankie, admire the bubble explosion. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    The first annual Yellow Springs Bubble Fest took place at noon last Sunday in downtown Yellow Springs.

  • Choice of replacement trees complex

    “The right tree for the right location” is a phrase oft repeated by arborists dispensing long-term landscaping advice. It was used several times last week by those focused on deciding how to replace the trees that line the downtown.

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