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From The Print Last Week Section :: Page 3

  • The Patterdale Hall Diaries | Far from the madding crowd

    “Bit by bit I would like to lay out the make-up of Patterdale Hall, dwell on aspects of the property and maybe even meditate, or more likely ruminate, on what manner of fresh hell has befallen us each day.”

  • Local man dies from motorcycle crash

    On Tuesday, April 18, around 8:23 p.m., longtime village resident Marco Solomon Comegys, 56, was critically injured in a motorcycle accident, leading to his death three days later on Friday, April 21.

  • 2023 Earth Day Celebration

    On Sunday, April 23, around 100 villagers and visitors gathered at the John Bryan Community Center to celebrate Earth Day.

  • Chamber Music in Yellow Springs to present annual competition

    Chamber Music in Yellow Springs will welcome the Canone Quartet and Trio Ondata as this year’s finalists in its 38th Annual Competition for Emerging Ensembles, 4 p.m. April 30, at First Presbyterian Church of Yellow Springs.

  • 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.

  • Community survey to center school facilities

    A community survey is being planned to gather feedback from local residents on how best to address upgrading YS Schools facilities.

  • ‘Sister Trillium’ group to recycle art supplies

    Sister Trillium, a recently formed nonprofit started by local creators Zoe Bryant, Allison Paul and Marie Hertzler, seeks to extend the life of art supplies through collecting unused supplies and selling them at a discounted rate at the Yellow Springs Farmers’ Market.

  • 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.

  • Down to Earth | Celebrate the earth

    “Celebrate the earth as the flowers and trees burst with color, abundance and the promise of fall harvest. Take a moment to admire nature’s beauty and be thankful for the gifts of nature.”

  • Half a century of local pottery

    The March 31 issue of the News featured an article about Yellow Springs Pottery’s 50-year anniversary as a cooperatively owned business. This follow-up article spotlights five local members of the co-op. The co-op membership currently stands at nine.

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