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May
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2024

From The Print Last Week Section

  • Miami Township Trustees | Firefighter compensation, retention talks continue

    Miami Township Trustees continued last week to discuss firefighter compensation and retention — a discussion which will now be aided by a former Mifflin Township fire chief, and which is slated to culminate at an upcoming Monday, May 20, meeting of the trustees.

  • YS Police Department fully staffed — a first in five years

    The Yellow Springs Police Department is composed of 19 employees: seven dispatchers, one community outreach specialist, one property manager and 10 officers — three of whom were recently hired and are still in training.

  • The Patterdale Hall Diaries | What lies beneath

    “Spring is springing, the daffodils are flowering, and another bloody critter has dug a hole under the kitchen of Patterdale Hall.”

  • Glen Helen Nature Preserve gears up for annual Ecocamp

    Glen Helen is gearing up for this year’s summer Ecocamp for youth, held annually in and around the Outdoor Education Center, or OEC. Beginning June 10 and continuing through Aug. 2, campers will have the chance to explore the flora and fauna of the Glen.

  • Folk duo closes inaugural season at Antioch College’s Foundry Theater

    The Foundry Theater at Antioch College will hold the final performance of its inaugural programming season Friday, May 17, 7–9 p.m., with Kristin Andreassen and Chris “Critter” Eldridge taking the stage.

  • Sister Trillium makes moves

    Sister Trillium, which previously operated out of the YS Farmers Market, will roll out its one-of-a-kind creative reuse center model — collecting unused art and craft supplies and selling them at a discounted rate — in a new-to-them brick-and-mortar space.

  • The Spring(s) | On legend and legacy

    “Might it be the water that so closely holds together our tightly knit community?”

  • The Yellow Springs Community Foundation’s half-century of giving and grants

    This year, the Yellow Springs Community Foundation turns 50 and celebrates its homegrown legacy of supporting the village’s 100-plus nonprofits, spearheading social justice initiatives, bolstering the arts, providing economic relief and, of course, funding good ideas.

  • Low-income housing proposed, transparency concerns raised

    YS Home, Inc. and community stakeholders have, since early March, discussed a proposal to site a 50-rental-unit development for low-income families on three acres of school-owned land north of McKinney Middle and Yellow Springs High schools.

  • ‘Who’s Hungry?’ — New project serves free food to all

    In December last year, longtime local residents Carl Moore and Jim Zehner announced their intention to offer free meals to those who need them in the village by way of their newly formed nonprofit organization, “Who’s Hungry?” This month, the nonprofit will take its first steps into testing Moore and Zehner’s concept, with an opening event Monday, May 13, at MAZU.

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