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Aug
12
2020

From The Print Last Week Section

  • ‘A Small Thing to Want’— Cawood explores desire, regret

    ‘A Small Thing to Want,’ a collection of short stories by author and YS native Shuly Xóchitl Cawood, was published in May.

  • The future of Yellow Springs, now

    A few proposals: Light industrial facilities on the western edge of town. Offices and a new residential neighborhood along Xenia Avenue at the southern end. A “designated outdoor refreshment area” downtown where alcoholic beverages can be consumed on the sidewalks. And a dog park.

  • Antioch School plans for in-person restart

    As the new academic year approaches, the Antioch School — the local independent day-school for pre-K and elementary school-aged children — is planning to open its doors, and its many windows, for in-person classes this fall.

  • Prairie tale

    It’s high summer, and the restored prairie at Glass Farm is in full, glorious bloom.

  • Movies return to Little Art big screen

    The 90-year-old local independent theater, the Little Art, reopened two weekends ago after being closed for more than four months.

  • State mask order: how to enforce?

    Exactly two weeks to the day after the Village of Yellow Springs mandated face masks in downtown Yellow Springs to slow the spread of COVID-19, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine announced masks would be required in public across the whole state.

  • Yellow Springs Schools— New academic year to begin online

    In a specially called meeting Saturday morning, July 25, the Yellow Springs school board unanimously approved a plan to restart the 2020–21 academic year online, with instruction to be presented by district teachers.

  • Zoning rules challenge shows

    Award-winning comedian and actor Dave Chappelle’s weekend comedy shows are not within the parameters of the zoning code, forcing the property owner to seek a temporary usage variance from the Board of Zoning Appeals.

  • Leading while Black in Yellow Springs

    In this week’s article, the third in the News’ current series, “Facing Race,” we take a closer look at the interplay of race and representation in the village, based on interviews with six Black villagers in elected and other leadership roles locally.

  • Dodgers Youth Minor League champions

    In the Yellow Springs Youth Baseball Minor League, on Wednesday, July 22, the Trail Tavern Dodgers completed their playoff run with an 8–6 victory over the top seed, the Posterior Chain Reds.