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  • Yellow Springs Film Festival establishes Julia Reichert Award

    To honor Reichert’s legacy, the Yellow Springs Film Festival and PNC Bank have announced creation of the Julia Reichert Award, a $3,000 short film prize to be given to an emerging female documentarian.

  • The Antioch Review and Writers’ Workshop to be revived

    After a four-year hiatus, the Antioch Review — the college’s independent literary magazine founded in 1941 —  is set to emerge from its publishing pause, now with a new editorial vision and business model that includes the simultaneous revival of the Antioch Writers’ Workshop.

  • St. Mary Development Corp. exits low-income housing talks

    St. Mary Development Corporation has “decided to end discussions” regarding the pursuit of a tax credit application that could have financed a 50-unit, low-income housing development.

  • Miami Township Trustees approve firefighter pensions

    After a month-and-a-half of deliberation, Miami Township Trustees unanimously voted at their regular meeting Monday, May 20, to approve a resolution to reclassify three Miami Township Fire-Rescue, or MTFR, positions as full-time, pensioned positions.

  • Roundabout construction on 68/235 intersection to begin

    The Ohio Department of Transportation, or ODOT, has announced that preliminary work on the construction of a single-lane roundabout at the intersection of U.S. 68 and State Route 235 — between Yellow Springs and Xenia, near Oldtown — will begin Monday, June 3.

  • Yellow Springs Ukulele Club moving to new home

    The regular gathering of the YS Uke Club, which meets the first Saturday of each month, is moving this month — June 1, 6–8:30 p.m. — from its longtime home at the YS Arts Council building to YS Senior Center Great Room to accommodate a growing number of participants.

  • Annual Yellow Springs 10-Minute Play Festival returns

    The annual 10-Minute Play Festival, sponsored by the YS Theater Company, returns this year Friday and Saturday, May 31 and June 1, on the grounds of YS High School.

  • Tar Hollow Camporee slated

    A 60-plus-year tradition continues this month with the annual community “Camporee” event at Tar Hollow State Park.

  • Porter Fitch to perform at the Foundry Theater

    The Foundry Theater at Antioch College will feature a performance by musicians Marisa Anderson and Jim White, with former Yellow Springs resident Porter Fitch, this Saturday, May 11.

  • March 14 shooting suspect pleads ‘not guilty,’ claims insanity

    Since his arraignment last week, Bleything has entered a plea of “not guilty” by reason of insanity. Pending the court’s motion for competency — which determines a defendant’s mental acuity — a tentative trial date has been set for Monday, May 20.

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