All of northern Ohio was agog at this time of year in 1819.
Iconic store existed in Wakeman for about 50 years.
Norwalk first enjoyed interurban service in the summer of 1893 when the Sandusky, Milan & Huron Company built a line south from Sandusky through Milan and on to Norwalk.
The very first official mail carrier across the Firelands was a man named Benoni Brown.
Opponents of rural delivery argued that farm women needed the change of scenery in going to the post office and visiting with her neighbors there.
Nasty storm took place 90 years ago on this very date — March 30, 1928.
His comrades from Co. G turned out for a military funeral for Norwalk man.
How is this for a movie or “thriller” book plot?
Clarksfield Township resident shot in the knee while helping marshal at accident scene.
Here in our delightful corner of northern Ohio, we have a number of sites connected with the War of 1812.
In 1893, an electric railroad line was built from Sandusky through Milan to Norwalk.
As area residents mark the Blizzard of ’78’s 40th anniversary, the 100th anniversary of another terrible winter storm takes place this month.
The guilty party in a Norwalk theft of 1904 was truly a “rat.”
President Theodore Roosevelt sent the Great White Fleet of the U.S. Navy around the world as proof of our country’s naval power.
In just a few years, the former Norwalkian went from working as an electrical machinist in the U.S. Navy Yard to a veterinary surgeon, holding the office of Idaho state veterinarian.