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Yellow Springs lost an additional 7.3 percent of its population in the last decade, continuing a 40-year population plummet.

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  • The value of a soccer field

    If, in the coming months, all the local stakeholders agree that the Morgan Fields are, in fact, the best site to build the future housing development, then where would all the soccer players go?

  • YS Development Corporation asks $40k of Village Council

    Yellow Springs Development Corporation is requesting $40,000 from the Village to hire a part-time director of the local quasi-governmental, community improvement corporation.

  • Go round on Young’s Dairy’s new carousel

    Cowtherine’s Carousel will open at Young’s Jersey Dairy Thursday, July 11 at 7:30 p.m., giving rides until midnight. The opening event will also feature live music, and the Young’s On the Moove food truck will be on-site.

  • Nook Overland sets up camp in Yellow Springs

    Appealing to the outdoorsy spirit of Yellow Springs and its wayfaring inhabitants is the village’s newest business: Nook Overland, a camper dealership located in the Millworks Business Center.

  • Springers 4 More Springers seeks zoning reform, more low-income housing

    Springers 4 More Springers is a citizens action group that seeks to work with local elected bodies and residents to reform the Village zoning code, support affordable housing initiatives such as Home, Inc’s 50-unit project and serve as an advocate for tenants.

  • Phillip O’Rourke named Chamber of Commerce executive director

    The YS Chamber of Commerce announced this week that it has hired local resident Phillip O’Rourke to serve as its executive director, beginning July 1.

  • Aerolieff Aviation takes flight over Yellow Springs

    One of just a handful of flight-training companies in the Dayton regional area, and headquartered five miles north of Yellow Springs, Aerolieff offers instruction for wannabe pilots with aspirations of all kinds: private flying, commercial careers, military ambitions and more.

  • New in Yellow Springs — In Salon’s downtown ‘dos

    In Salon — short for the business’ tagline, “Inclusivity, Independence and Inspiration” — is now located at 120 Dayton St. and, in addition to offering salon services, will also feature a small boutique.

  • St. Mary Development Corp. exits low-income housing talks

    St. Mary Development Corporation has “decided to end discussions” regarding the pursuit of a tax credit application that could have financed a 50-unit, low-income housing development.

  • The Little Art Theatre to redesign its marquee

    Little Art representatives told the News last fall that a portion of the funds from the grant would go toward a redesign of the theater’s marquee, using the theater’s past art-deco-style marquee as inspiration.

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