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  • Themography at the Mindfully Well Center

    Emily Jasenski, founder of the Crescent Center in her hometown of Greenville, Ohio, will offer thermography — infrared imaging that detects a body’s heat patterns and blood flow — and homeopathic treatments at a second office located in the Mindfully Well Center.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Latin flavors at Salsa Brava

    As spring returns warm weather to the village, both local residents and visitors may be enticed by a relatively new food option making its way around downtown Yellow Springs.

  • Lumber yard, market concept for sale

    Built in 1940 and spread across 11,000 square feet, the lumber yard is being sold for $1.27 million by Massies Creek Ventures, a local LLC that had visions of transforming the site into a public market and eatery since the group purchased it in 2021. 

  • Royal Prevail brings fresh ink to Yellow Springs

    Royal Prevail Tattoo — a sister shop to one of the same name in Fairborn — officially opened last week and is taking new clients.

  • Yellow Springs Hardware to launch concert series, pilot classes

    Yellow Springs Hardware will host the first in an anticipated series of “Hardware Store Sessions,” featuring locally based musicians George Bieri and Friends, on Friday, March 22, 7–9 p.m.

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