New Carlisle historian, Dave McWhorter, can attest that sometimes great things do come in small packages, or at least in yellow manila envelopes. In

On April 18, 1942, 80 men achieved the unimaginable when they took off from an aircraft carrier on a top secret mission to bomb Japan. These men, led

Donnelsville students in Patrice Setterfield’s third-grade class took a step back in time Monday to an era when students “made manners” to teachers at

In 1850, Daniel Hertzler purchased 315 acres of land Southwest of the County seat of Springfield also formally known as the area of New Boston. After

With the bright moon overhead, lamplight slowly takes the place of the overhead city streetlights; modern sounds of the bustling city seem to

At 2 p.m., on October 16, at the Fairborn Senior Center, the Fairborn Area Historical Society will present a program about the interurban trolley. In

On August 18, 2016, the New Carlisle Historical Society sponsored a presentation by Ron Manemann at the New Carlisle Public Library tracing the

The Society of Ohio Archivists Advocacy & Outreach Committee is encouraging repositories across the state to participate in the annual “I Found It

By Judy Deeter TROY Historical Society In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Elihu S. Williams was respected Troy resident. He had been a school

A great crowd gathered at Medway Elementary School on Aug. 6 to celebrate the two hundredth birthday of the founding of Medway in 1816 in Clark

On Saturday, May 23rd, 1936, 80 years ago New Carlisle celebrated its annual Memorial Day celebration. The day started out with the parade following

This coming Saturday, August 6th, Medway will be celebrating the 200th anniversary of its founding. The one-day event will be taking place at the

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