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  • Board of Education weighs levy options

    A permanent improvement levy passed in 2018 is set to expire in 2023. Two emergency levies of $1,060,391 and $917,417 will expire in 2025, and a $4.5 million bond issue passed in 2000 to pay for renovations and additions at both campuses will be paid down at the end of 2026.

  • Banners highlight activist legacy

    To draw attention to the village’s activist legacy, the Yellow Springs Arts and Culture Commission has created a banner series now adorning the lampposts on Dayton Street and Xenia Avenue downtown.

  • YS Schools to resume in-person classes with new academic year

    Yellow Springs Schools will begin the 2020–21 school year with a resumption of “regular, in-person classes,” Superintendent Terri Holden has announced. Families with “vulnerable” students, however, will be offered an online learning option.

  • Ambulance billing rates increase

    The Greene County Miami Township Trustees unanimously approved a resolution Monday, May 4, to raise the billing rates for ambulance services.

  • Spring forward — a little history on Daylight Saving Time

    Most of the continental United States will spend a bleary-eyed morning this coming Sunday, March 8, as Daylight Saving Time returns, requiring all villagers to set their clocks one hour ahead — and potentially get to bed an hour earlier — on Saturday night. But who to thank — or blame — for the annual time change?

  • 2 dead in shooting on Grinnell Road

    The Greene County Sheriff’s office is investigating a shooting on Grinnell Road, south of Yellow Springs, that left two people dead Wednesday morning, Feb. 12.

  • ‘Music in Friendship’— 31 years of Heartstrings

    Heartstrings, the all-women traditional musical ensemble that includes Goldstein, Burkholder, Carol Van Ausdal and Linda Scutt, will perform their annual holiday concert at the YS Arts Council on Saturday, Dec. 14, beginning at 7:30 p.m.

  • Suspect in Clark homicide indicted on 3 counts

    A grand jury has indicted area resident Zyrian Atha-Arnett, 26, on two counts of murder and one count of felonious assault in the stabbing death earlier this year of Yellow Springs resident Leonid “Lonya” Clark. Greene County Sheriff Gene Fischer announced the indictments at a press conference Friday afternoon, Nov. 15, at the county courthouse in Xenia.

  • The artist is in

    Eighteen artists showcased their work across 10 local stops during the Yellow Springs Open Studios Tour last weekend, Oct. 18–19.

  • 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.

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