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2020

From The Print Section :: Page 5

  • Delays, confusion in primary

    As the deadline for voting in Ohio’s 2020 primary election nears, Greene County voters are reporting worrisome waits in receiving their requested absentee ballots as well as confusion around sometimes contradictory instructions.

  • Furloughs, pay cuts at Antioch

    Antioch College has enacted sweeping furloughs, hour reductions and pay cuts in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

  • Help for local tenants, landlords

    Stepping in to assist is a new local volunteer committee organized around housing issues. Their goal? That no one loses their home because of the coronavirus pandemic.

  • Local farmers eye uncertainty

    Life and growth are happening on local farms against the backdrop of massive shutdown and uncertainty due to the coronavirus pandemic.

  • Mills Lawn elementary school principal to leave district

    Matt Housh, principal of Mills Lawn elementary school for the past decade, announced in a letter to school families Tuesday, April 7, that he has accepted a position with Huber Heights City Schools and will be leaving the Yellow Springs district at the end of the academic year.

  • The world of COVID-19 — Seniors learn to adapt

    How are older Yellow Springers faring in this new isolation? To find out, the News spoke to about a dozen villagers, most in their 80s or older.

  • Keeping the faith amid crisis

    Local faith groups have not held face-to-face services for several weeks now, adopting alternative ways to worship and come together.

  • YS food relief effort: An update

    A brief updated provided by Melissa Heston, outreach manager for the Yellow Springs Community Foundation, who is focusing on local food relief efforts during the coronavirus crisis.

  • Making masks— Villagers stitch to save lives

    Locally, sewing-machine-wielding villagers have beaten the CDC to the proverbial punch, having already mobilized a large effort to provide face masks for those in the community and surrounding areas who work daily in the village’s public eye.

  • Ohio moves to mail-in voting

    Ohio primary voters have just over three weeks left to vote — by mail — in the extended primary election.