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Sep
25
2020
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Yellow Springs lost an additional 7.3 percent of its population in the last decade, continuing a 40-year population plummet.

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  • Teaching reading, ‘wonder’ at Mills Lawn Elementary

    Candice Teague, the new fourth-grade teacher at Mills Lawn Elementary School, says she planned on becoming a classroom teacher for as long as she can remember.

  • They’ve got game— Yellow Springs family helps create board games

    Collins and Van Ausdal were hired to generate content for “Bye, Felicia!” and “Who’s the G.O.A.T.?” — games created by Nashville-based game company Big G Creative.

  • ‘Psychedelic expressionist’ mural unveiled downtown

    The latest addition to Yellow Springs’ downtown public art scene is a breathtaking mural by villager Anna Burke, which was recently completed behind Rose & Sal’s Vintage Shop on Dayton Street.

  • Little Art Theatre to close again until 2021

    On Tuesday morning, Sept. 15, the Little Art Theatre's marquee displayed a note of gratitude after closing again following its Monday night screening. The Little Art's board of directors made the decision after low attendance over the last eight weekends of the theater's operation, and plan to reopen the theater again some time in 2021.

    After reopening for eight weeks, the Little Art Theatre has closed again due to low attendance, with a goal to reopen sometime in 2021.

  • Village eyes more recycling options

    The Rumpke recycling facility outside of Cincinnati processes up to 55 tons of recyclables per day. The incoming materials are sorted by hand, then sorted further through a series of complicated mechanical processes. The Green Environmental Coalition recently organized a tour of the recycling center and landfill. (Photo by Dylan Taylor-Lehman)

    Garbage and recycling collection rates are set to rise, and maybe more than usual. That’s because the Village is considering supplemental recycling options for the community.

  • Yellow Springs Schools— Track, field repairs proceed

    Yellow Springs High School hurdler Julie Roberts breaks ahead of the pack at the Bulldog Invitational held on Monday this week. Roberts took first place in both the 100-meter and 300-meter hurdles. (Photo by Dylan Taylor-Lehman)

    The Yellow Springs school district is moving ahead with repairs to the track and field facilities at the middle/high school campus.

  • COVID-19 surge in Greene County— Nursing homes, colleges drive increase

    Cases of COVID-19 in Greene County are “surging,” according to the Greene County Health Department last week. Nursing homes and college campuses are driving the recent increase, county health officials believe.

  • Virtual exhibit showcases emerging artists

    With the aim of supporting new voices, the Yellow Springs Arts Council will host a virtual art show highlighting the work of four up-and-coming area artists.

  • On the history, future of Black farming

    According to the USDA’s latest census report, released in 2017, Greene County has no Black-owned farms, out of a total 617. Neither does Clark County, with 742 total farms; while Montgomery County charts nine Black-owned farming ventures, of 782 farms overall.

  • Yellow Springs man gets prison time after plea deal

    Yellow Springs resident Michael M. Gentile will serve up to a year in prison after reaching a plea deal with the Greene County Prosecutor’s Office in July related to rape, drug and vandalism charges filed in 2017.