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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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  • 2020 June Street Fair canceled

    The Yellow Springs Chamber of Commerce issued a statement today canceling the June 13, 2020 Street Fair.

  • Catering to the village since 1983— Current Cuisine wins award

    Current Cuisine’s owners, Karyn Stillwell-Current and Steve Current, are being honored for supporting — and feeding — their community.

  • Planning Commission— Glen Cottages passes

    Glen Cottages, Home, Inc.’s planned pocket neighborhood at 1133 Xenia Ave., got the go-ahead from Planning Commission at its Feb. 11 meeting.

  • ‘Food is medicine’— Clem & Thyme expands

    The founder of Clem & Thyme Nutrition and Wellness wants it all. Leslie Edmunds, a self-described dreamer, is expanding her practice, with plans to grow even more in the future.

  • Pharmacy addresses retail issues

    The shelves at Benzer Pharmacy, formerly Town Drug, are being restocked, and medication is reportedly coming in daily, after dwindling merchandise and delays in drug orders.

  • 2019 Year in Review: Business

    2019 Year in review: Business

  • The Decade in Review: Local Business

    Local beer-lovers Nate Cornett and Lisa Wolters toasted to their new business venture, Yellow Springs Brewery, which is set to begin brewing and serving craft beer at its MillWorks location by year’s end. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    Yellow Springs 2010–2019: Local Business

  • Planning Commission— New brews and a plein air patio

    New brews are coming to Yellow Springs. After significant delays, Trail Town Brewery is on track to open for business this spring, according to owner Jake Brummett at the Dec. 10 regular session of Yellow Springs Planning Commission.

  • New fire code impacts local food trucks

    Akhilesh Nigam, owner of food truck Aahar India, said this week that he is running afoul of a new fire rule requiring that mobile food units park at least 10 feet away from flammable structures.

  • ‘Not a sale of the business’— Cresco to sell its property

    Chicago-based Cresco Labs is selling its Yellow Springs property — but the sale won’t alter operations at its local medical marijuana cultivation facility, according to a company spokesperson reached for comment last week.