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Economy Section :: Page 3

  • Yellow Springs Development Corporation prioritizes housing

    At the May YSDC meeting, the group discussed ways in which the Village could help meet the housing needs of employees of a planned Honda EV battery plant coming to the area.

  • African culture, history at Gyamerah Imports

    From a Dayton Street storefront, local resident Gyamfi Gyamerah hopes to do more than sell West African art — he wants to make cultural connections.

  • 90-home subdivision underway in Yellow Springs

    Infrastructure construction is officially underway at 402 N. Wright St. — the site of a future 90-home subdivision in Yellow Springs.

  • Yellow Springs Development Corporation gains traction

    Since its establishment in 2020, the Yellow Springs Development Corporation, or YSDC, has had a clear mission: “Support, incentivize and attract economic development in Yellow Springs and Miami Township.”

  • Rain Brothers moves to Yellow Springs

    Rain Brothers, focused on harvesting rainwater for both residential and commercial enterprises for 17 years, relocated to Yellow Springs in 2022 and is housed in the former Sound Space building on Dayton Street.

  • Checking in with the new Little Art Theatre director

    Despite the uncharted landscape that the COVID-19 pandemic has wrought on public entertainment venues, the Little Art wants the community to know: Your hometown theater is still here.

  • Rental e-scooters roll into Yellow Springs

    This summer, Yellow Springs visitors and villagers will see more than just bikes and cars cruising down local roads. With the recent opening of YS Scooter, LLC, a fleet of 20 electric scooters have landed in town and are ready to be rented.

  • Local servers, bartenders take ‘Safe Bars’ training

    Last month, about a dozen Yellow Springs bartenders and servers gathered to learn how to recognize and curtail sexual harassment and assault in their establishments.

  • Cheers to 10 years at Yellow Springs Brewery

    On Saturday, April 15, Yellow Springs Brewery is throwing a day-long 10th anniversary party at its Millworks location to mark a decade of “crafting truth to power” right here in Yellow Springs.

  • Architect Max Crome holds open house at former church

    On Thursday, March 30, Crome Yellow Springs — owned by village resident Max Crome — held an open house at the business’ newly completed architecture studio in the former site of the predominately African American First Baptist Church and more recently, a private residence.

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