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Village Life Section :: Page 10
50 years ago, in 1972, an Antioch student strike loomed. “The Antioch College campus has been in a turmoil since Friday and appeared to remain uneasy as the News approached press-time today.”
The old Antioch College power plant will soon be demolished and the land rehabbed into wetlands, thanks in part to a $988,119 grant from the Clean Ohio Conservation Fund.
After reaching what health officials called “staggeringly high” numbers of new COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in January, Ohio continues to experience a decrease in cases overall.
As COVID-19 case numbers remain at staggeringly high levels, Ohio’s top health official shared a “cautiously optimistic” message last week.
The NOAA’ s winter storm warning continues through Friday morning, Feb. 4. Yellow Springs schools will remain closed through Friday.
This is not the first time Oberer has met with opposition in the village: In the 1980s, Oberer received a grant from the federal government to build an affordable housing complex, to be called Bryan Commons, on Dayton Street.
The YS Chamber of Commerce announced last week via its website that it has canceled the 2022 spring Street Fair.
While COVID-19 case numbers continue to be historically high, there is some indication that Ohio is rounding a bend in the pandemic’s Omicron-variant-fueled surge.
Over a blanket of snow, more than 100 villagers marched through downtown Yellow Springs in the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day march on Monday, Jan. 17.
The number of COVID-related Ohio deaths during the week of Jan. 9–15 reached a new weekly high at 850, compared to 625 the week before.