The car barn at Medway was located just east of the powerhouse. It was built in 1900 out of brick with a dimension of 60 feet deep by 200 feetREAD MORE
The year was 1976. Laverne and Shirley made their television debut, Ted Turner became CEO of the Atlanta Braves, Stephen Wozniak and Steve JobsREAD MORE
The first storm in a system that caused the Great Dayton Flood began on Good Friday, 1913, with the heavy rains starting on Easter Sunday, March 23.READ MORE
Former slave was well-loved New Carlisle resident.
When New Carlisle Historical Society member Dave McWhorter comes to me with a historical storyREAD MORE
In 1929 Joseph E. and Lulu McAdams purchased the adjoining farms of Pearl Forgy and Charles F. Shearer for the purpose of laying out a country estate.READ MORE
“Buddy, that’s a train!” my good friend Jackie Ritchie exclaimed two summers ago as we paddled our kayaks down the Mad River during one of ourREAD MORE
I had the pleasure of talking with Jim Burns on April 5, 2008 about growing up in the area. I had a photo album with me with different things aroundREAD MORE
Berry Tells the Tale of Albert Frantz and Bessie Little
A grave lies cold in a secluded cemetery off of Studebaker Road, bearing the earthly remainsREAD MORE
A Google alert recently notified our editor of an historic photograph depicting several men sitting around at a farm auction. With input from localREAD MORE
J & J Frostop was located at the northwest corner of Route 40 and 235. It was owned by James Marshall and Jerry Pangallo with Jerry managing theREAD MORE
70-year-old story comes full-circle in New Carlisle
You wouldn’t think that iconic Hollywood actor Jimmy Stewart, a goose, a terrier, an English farmREAD MORE
The photo the right is of the Wolfe filling station that was located at intersection of Main and Church Street at 331 S. Main Street.
The WolfeREAD MORE