Yellow Springs

The Environment
6:33 am
Fri January 31, 2014

Wood Burning Suspected Source Of Higher Pollution Levels In Yellow Springs

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The Regional Air Pollution Control Agency, or RAPCA, is investigating several instances of elevated levels of PM 2.5, a fine particulate that contributes to air pollution. RAPCA is responsible for monitoring air quality in a six-county area and officials there say several days during the months of December and January registered higher than other places in the region.

"One of the primary sources of fine particulate matter is wood burning," says RAPCA's John Paul. "There's a lot of wood burning in the Yellow Springs area."

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Politics
2:48 pm
Fri January 17, 2014

Yellow Springs Resident Chosen For Lt. Governor Running Mate

Credit WHIO

The Democratic candidate for governor in 2014, Ed FitzGerald, is expected to announce a new pick for running mate today: attorney Sharen Neuhardt of Yellow Springs.

Neuhardt has run for U.S. Congress twice, most recently losing to Congressman Mike Turner of Ohio’s 10th District.

Despite never having held public office, she says she’s qualified.

 

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Yellow Springs Economy
7:43 am
Mon January 6, 2014

Center For Business And Education To Be Discussed At Yellow Springs Meeting

The site of the potential business park at the edge of Yellow Springs.
Credit Lewis Wallace / WYSO

UPDATE: Yellow Springs Village Council meeting has been rescheduled due to safety concerns with the freezing weather. A new council meeting is set for Jan. 13 at 7 pm. 

Community members will be meeting Thursday, Jan. 9 at the YS Senior Center at 7 pm to discuss concerns with the project.

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Around the Miami Valley
4:32 pm
Thu January 2, 2014

Grand Jury: No Indictments In Schenck Case

A Greene County grand jury has decided not to indict an officer involved in the July death of Yellow Springs resident Paul E. Schenck who was shot and killed in a standoff with police in late July.

The grand jury reviewed the testimony of six witnesses and then determined that the use of deadly force was appropriate in the case.

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Around the Miami Valley
6:04 am
Tue December 31, 2013

Grand Jury: No Charges In Yellow Springs Shooting Death

A grand jury has concluded a law enforcement officer appropriately used force in shooting and killing a man who fired at authorities in a standoff at his western Ohio home.

The Dayton Daily News reports a grand jury reviewed evidence Monday and declined to indict anyone in the death of 42-year-old Paul Schenck of Yellow Springs.

Authorities were called to Schenck's home, roughly 15 miles east of Dayton, over a domestic dispute July 30.

Investigators say Schenck fired at least 191 shots out of his home. Some hit neighboring houses and law enforcement vehicles.

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