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From The Print Section :: Page 8

  • News from the Past

    Contributing writer Don Hollister compiles some of the more compelling headlines that occurred in past Septembers and Octobers in last week’s “News from the Past” column.

  • Village of YS— Free Wi-Fi downtown coming

    The Village of Yellow Springs is providing free Wi-Fi access downtown for a year in a pilot project that could eventually lead to community-owned broadband internet available throughout town.

  • 2020 Election preliminary results— Trump takes Ohio, Village levy passes

    According to unofficial results, Trump won Ohio, and its 18 electoral votes, by a margin of 53% to 45%.

  • The Briar Patch— Did we ask permission?

    Community development — in all its forms — is an imperative question for the governance of our village.

  • Yellow Springs Halloween amid COVID-19

    In late September, the Village of Yellow Springs announced that the usual community Halloween activities — bonfires and trick or treating — would be canceled due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

  • Election Day 2020: how to vote

    Voters have just two days left to cast their ballots for the 2020 presidential general election. There are three ways to vote in this election. Read more in our Voter’s Guide for the 2020 General Election:

  • Ballard seeks Ohio Senate seat

    The News rounds out its candidate spotlights this week with a brief profile of Democratic state senatorial candidate Charles Ballard.

  • Wintrow’s Chamber, village legacy— Making Yellow Springs a ‘destination’

    After 13 years at the helm of the Yellow Springs Chamber of Commerce, Karen Wintrow will step down Friday, Oct. 23, ahead of a move to Greenwood Lake, N.Y., with her husband, Ted Donnell.

  • Uncertain fate for Antioch Review

    Bob Fogarty is editor of the small but mighty Antioch Review, finalist for a third year in a row for the sought-after ‘Ellie’ award. (Photo by Diane Chiddister)

    The current and future status of the Review, which has a national and international reputation for literary excellence, is unclear to the magazine’s longtime editor — furloughed since April — and longtime production staff.

  • Council OKs land use plan

    At its Monday, Oct. 19, virtual meeting, Village Council unanimously approved a new comprehensive plan, which will guide the Village’s development and land use decisions through 2030.