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Yellow Springs lost an additional 7.3 percent of its population in the last decade, continuing a 40-year population plummet.
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A newly minted library honors H.U.M.A.N.’s founders, Antioch professors William D. Chappelle and James N. Dunn and community activist Glynna Garrett.
“Before he was an artist, before he was a husband, before he was a father or a grandfather, he was a Blues Man.”
Teresa Bondurant, who is 60, will be honored for her long service to area youth and elders at the Hall of Fame’s annual Recognition Day Luncheon on Saturday, Sept. 24.
The annual PorchFest music festival, which features musicians performing on porches around the village, returned Saturday, Sept. 17.
Greene County remained at a “medium” community level for COVID-19 for the third week in a row, according to the latest update by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, or CDC, released Thursday, Sept. 15.
“Walnuts make wieldy metaphors. Imagine Prince Hamlet preparing for his fourth soliloquy, but rather than Yorick’s skull, I’m out in the field holding onto one of those raucous little nuts.”
The Citizen Action Project for Sidewalks (CAPS) will meet Sunday, Sept. 18 at 2 p.m. at the corner of Kenneth Hamilton Way and Dayton Street to assist in clearing a sidewalk and a yard.
About a month after the Gegner incident, Pat Matthews, a Yellow Springs News staff member, and later, columnist, wrote this editorial, which was published in newspapers throughout the country and attracted national attention.
Greene County remained at a “medium” community level for COVID-19 for a second week in a row, according to the latest update by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, or CDC, released Thursday, Sept. 8.
North High Street held a block party on Saturday, Sept. 10. Residents from that and surrounding streets came out to enjoy food, games and neighborly conversation.