Mills Park Hotel will operate in the heart of Yellow Springs.
3. No pot ban in Yellow Springs
Following Ohio’s decriminalizing of marijuana, Yellow Springs Village Council elected to research medical marijuana options for the community instead of banning pot outright.
Yellow Springs Village Council (left to right) Judith Hempfling, Marianne MacQueen, Gerald Simms, Brian Housh and Karen Wintrow. SHARAHN BOYKIN/STAFF
4. Yellow Springs, Oakwood among Ohio's best in school rankings
U.S. News and World Report ranked Yellow Springs high school 13th out of Ohio high schools and 391st in the nation.
A recent Yellow Springs High School graduate shoots a video during commencement ceremonies. FILE PHOTO
5. Men in Yellow Springs take a public stand for women
In response to controversy that arose concerning Donald Trump and women during the presidential campaign, men in Yellow Springs gathered in the village to show their support for women. “It’s heartwarming to see people come out and deliver a more positive message that lifts young women and girls up in the world and doesn’t cut them down.” said Andrew Kline, a participant in the gathering.
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