4pm Update: Antioch College announced its campus lockdown has been lifted. The suspect was not found, but police believe the area is now safe. Glen Helen Eco Camp activities will resume as scheduled on Friday.
The Greene County Sheriff’s Department has responded to a report of a male in his twenties, wearing camouflage and carrying what looked like a gun near Glen Helen Nature Preserve in Yellow Springs.
This Saturday marks the second Dynamite Soul block party event in Yellow Springs. Designed as both a thank you to the community and a preview of this year's CyclopsFest, this free family-friendly event will feature performances from Columbus' Turntable Philanthropy and Dayton-based Skratchmatik Turntable Crew, who visited the WYSO studios for alive performance on Kaleidoscope.
Dynamite Soul 2 co-organizer Brian Johnson also stopped by to talk more about the event, which takes place Saturday May 18th, 5-10pm in the Kings Yard in Yellow Springs.
The city of Springfield is close to reaching an agreement to supply water to Yellow Springs. The city is prepared to start the arrangement this summer.
An aging water treatment plant has prompted the village of Yellow Springs to look for a better way to supply water to its residents. The town's council is weighing concerns about water quality, costs and control when it comes to closing its treatment plant and entering into an agreement with Springfield to supply water.
Yellow Springs band Wheels has been playing together since its members were in middle school. Now with members in high school and college, the band continues its musical growth with the release of a new self-titled full length album. Sam Salazar and Jamie Scott visited the WYSO studios to talk about the new album and its recording with Kaleidoscope host Juliet Fromholt
Wheels will celebrate the release of its self-titled album on April 6th at Gilly's in downtown Dayton.