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2024

Business Section

  • Gailz Tattooz draws to a close

    Tucked away on Glen Street, Gailz Tattooz has operated for nearly three decades, leaving an indelible mark not only on the skin of its patrons but also on the fabric of the community itself.

  • Black-owned businesses thrive in Yellow Springs

    Yellow Springs has seen a steep decline in its African American population,  from around 30% in the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s, to the current population of less than 12%, but Black businesses continue to thrive in the village.

  • Nipper’s Corner under new ownership

    The Patels, hailing from Waynesville and already seasoned in the gas station business, told the News this week that they bring with them a commitment to community and a vision to transform Nipper’s Corner into a hub — and market.

  • Batter up at Nukes Warehouse

    The newest tenant at Millworks is sure to be a big hit in Yellow Springs. Coming soon to the industrial park is Nukes Warehouse, a nearly 7,000-square-foot professional baseball and softball training facility.

  • A bright future for Village Solar

    Launched in 2020 by village resident and former Antioch College student Alex Rolland, with the mission to provide sustainable and reliable solar power to area residents and businesses, Village Solar has grown significantly since its inception.

  • YS Federal Credit Union members approve merger

    On Thursday, Dec. 14, the YS Federal Credit Union, or YSCU, tallied final votes from member-owners that would determine if the longtime local credit union would merge with central-Ohio-based Bridge Credit Union — and member-owners overwhelmingly voted “yes.”

  • Monarch Wellness Solutions offers ketamine-assisted therapy

    Through the practice, Dansby offers traditional therapy services and wellness coaching, in addition to ketamine-assisted therapy.

  • A Myriad of handmade art and clothing

    Myriad, located at 108 Dayton St., is one of downtown Yellow Springs’ newest shops. Owned by local resident Colette Palamar, Myriad sells eclectic art, clothing, jewelry and more.

  • Community, tea at CommuniTEA

    For local mother-daughter team Amy and Modjeska Chavez of CommuniTEA Love, the making and drinking of tea is itself the grand affair.

  • Fine lines at Studio Uncommon

    True to its name, Studio Uncommon, Yellow Springs’ newest tattoo parlor, specializes in a unique and infrequent style. It’s located in Suite L at 305 N. Walnut St., in the Millworks business park.

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