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From The Print Section :: Page 20

  • The Decade in Review: Village Council

    More than 250 villagers crowded into the Bryan Center gym Tuesday night for a special Council meeting about tensions with police at the New Year’s Eve Ball Drop. About 40 people spoke, including Ian MacDonald, above. (Photo by Dylan Taylor-Lehman)

    The Decade in Review: Village Council

  • The Gaunt that keeps on giving

    Yellow Springs Arts Council President Jerome Borchers delivered the pantry staples of flour and sugar — per a stipulation of Wheeling Gaunt’s will — to local widower, poet Arnold Adoff, in late December. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    A village tradition since 1894, the annual delivery of flour and sugar to local widows and widowers continued again this year — a stipulation in Wheeling Gaunt’s will.

  • 2019 Year in Review: Village Council

    New Village Manager Josue Salmeron was sworn in at Council’s meeting on Monday, June 17. In an impromptu ceremony, outgoing manager Patti Bates went on to fasten Salmeron’s lapel with an official Village of Yellow Springs pin. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    2019 Year in Review: Village Council

  • 2019 Year in Review: Top Stories

    2019 Year in Review: Top Stories

  • 2019 Year in Review: Higher Education

    2019 Year in Review: Higher Education

  • 2019 Year in Review: Miami Township

    2019 Year in review: Miami Township

  • Planning Commission— New brews and a plein air patio

    New brews are coming to Yellow Springs. After significant delays, Trail Town Brewery is on track to open for business this spring, according to owner Jake Brummett at the Dec. 10 regular session of Yellow Springs Planning Commission.

  • Village traffic trial— Should changes be permanent?

    Where there was once a yield sign at the intersection of South Walnut Street and Limestone Street now stands a stop sign. It’s the first permanent change made after a three-week traffic pattern experiment near Mills Lawn School earlier this fall in order to improve the safety of students during school pickup and drop-off.

  • New fire code impacts local food trucks

    Akhilesh Nigam, owner of food truck Aahar India, said this week that he is running afoul of a new fire rule requiring that mobile food units park at least 10 feet away from flammable structures.

  • Facilities task force sets priorities

    About 10 months since its first meeting in March, the School Facilities Task Force hosted a community meeting Tuesday, Dec. 10, to share its findings and potential recommendations to the school board and to take questions and feedback from community members.