Bigger and Better” — the third sketch comedy show produced by local duo Elliot Cromer and Adam Zaremsky, and the second ...
Though summer vacation is still in full swing, the Mills Lawn Parent Teacher Organization, or PTO, is already preparing for ...
Harold Paul Wright, beloved husband, father and grandfather, passed away in the comfort of his Yellow Springs home at age 93, ...
If, in the coming months, all the local stakeholders agree that the Morgan Fields are, in fact, the best site to build the ...
The Yellow Springs Youth Orchestra Association, or YSYOA, concluded its 2024 summer music camp Friday, June 28 with a Grand ...
GravityWorks Circus will take to the air for the first time in their home venue, the Foundry Theater, with a trio of ...
Lois worked as a psychologist and tenured professor at the University of Minnesota, where she taught psychology and women’s studies courses and directed the University Counseling Services Center. Lois ...
Many thanks to all who step up to help us every week, we couldn’t do it without you! Perry League is into the second half of ...
Jeff Eyrich, who has served as both the district’s athletic director and its director of operations for the last four years, will move fully into the latter role, with Shawna Welch taking up the ...
Yellow Springs Development Corporation is requesting $40,000 from the Village to hire a part-time director of the local quasi ...
Over the last blazing-hot week, local artist Pierre Nagley has put the beginning strokes on a new mural — one dedicated to those affected by the ongoing Israel-Hamas War.
Emily Jasenski, a certified medical thermographer and certified clinical homeopath, is opening a new healing practice in ...