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From The Print Section :: Page 50

  • Yellow Springs Schools — Work session to consider future

    With the new academic year in full swing, the Yellow Springs School Board  will take time Saturday, Oct. 5, to talk about the future.

  • School board race— Turner, Ellison unopposed

    This fall’s race for the Yellow Springs School Board won’t be much of a race at all — both candidates are running unopposed for seats they already hold. Sylvia Ellison, 55, is running for her third term on the board. Turner, 45, is running for his first term for a seat he was appointed to fill last fall.

  • YS rape trial concludes— Defendant found not guilty

    Jacob Pflanzer, formerly of Yellow Springs, was found not guilty on multiple counts of rape by a Greene County jury late Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 25, following a three-day trial in Xenia.

  • ‘I’m your meter reader’

    In the year since she was hired by the Village of Yellow Springs, Rose Pelzl has become a friendly, knowledgeable force for accurate and timely readings of villagers’ water meters

  • October 10, 2019 Bulldog Sports Roundup

    October 10, 2019 Bulldog Sports Roundup

  • Invasive of the month— Tree-of-heaven’s devilish dispersal

    Brought to this country in the 1700s as a horticultural specimen and shade tree, tree-of-heaven is one of North America’s most invasive tree species.

  • Planning Commission Meeting Agenda

    PLANNING COMMISSION MEETING AGENDA

    Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2019 at 7 p.m.
    Council room, second floor, Bryan Community Center,
    100 Dayton St., Yellow Springs, OH 45387

  • Big shoes to fill

    Yellow Springs High School premiered  “The Bigfoot Diaries” last week. It addressed differences, acceptance, family and prejudice through the vehicle of dark comedy. 

  • Planning Commission— New design for senior apartments

    Home, Inc.’s proposed senior apartment building is getting a new design. If funded, the 54-unit building slated for a property between East Herman and Marshall streets will now be three — rather than four — stories tall, and cover a larger portion of the 1.86-acre parcel.

  • Council reviews YSPD assessment

    In recent weeks, Council members and Village staff have responded to Wasserman’s 50-page report. And, by phone earlier this month, Wasserman summarized his findings.