78, of New Carlisle, Ohio passed away Thursday, January 22, 2015.  He was born September 19, 1936 in Dayton the son of the late Harvie &

99, of New Carlisle, Ohio passed away Wednesday, January 21, 2015.  She was born January 22, 1915 in New Carlisle the daughter of the late James

age 82, passed away Tuesday, January 20, 2015. She was born May 28, 1932 in Dayton to the late Floyd & Florence (Green) Mallette. In addition to

NCHistHere is a photo from 1936 of the SOHIO station that was located at the south side of town. The station stood on the south edge of Henslee Park. Frank

MAHS2Benjamin F. Kauffman was born in Medway March 11, 1863.  When he was a young man he, along with a cousin, went west mainly to see Yellowstone

The New Carlisle Public Library began its first of a six-part local history series in partnership with the New Carlisle Historical Society last

BFPATProceeds from the 2014 Bow Wow Ween digital pet portrait event held at Meadow View Growers in New Carlisle, OH, along with donations from Best Friends

Lower Valley PkThe residents of Clark County and surrounding communities who have used Lower Valley Pike to travel from the western edge into Springfield have a

DSC 0041All Invited to Celebrate with BTCG Spaghetti Dinner Eight months after being ravaged by the May floods, the Good Shepherd United Methodist Church in

20150109 134142“Mom and Pop” furniture retailer sells only American-made goods Burns Furniture, tucked away in western Clark County, quietly celebrates its 50th year

ZellerGarageOne of Medway landmarks and a reminder of the interurban days is this block building located at the curve of Medway-New Carlisle Road just north of

Funston Fountain FountainThe above picture is of the General Funston Memorial at the New Carlisle Library at 227 S. Main Street. The builder of the memorial was W.R. Lampert.


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