The great-great grandsons of the only Confederate soldier buried in Medway Cemetery honored their ancestor last week by placing a headstone upon hisREAD MORE
Crystal Lake Gun Club was chosen in 1946 to host the 60th annual Ohio State Trapshoot. The shoot attracted a record field being the largest inREAD MORE
The Taynor Greenhouse was first opened in 1908 by Charlie and Russell Taynor. It was located on the west side of Lake Road about 100 feet southREAD MORE
The above photo is of the 1949 New Carlisle High School basketball team. Team members (Top row): Herb Blair, Gene Fisher, Dan Cook, Harold Loper, DaleREAD MORE
This covered bridge crossed Donnels Creek on the west side of Donnelsville. It was one of three covered bridges in Bethel Township built in theREAD MORE
The above photo is of the New Carlisle Volunteer Fire Department from the 1930’s. The picture was taken in front of the old fire house that stood atREAD MORE
Here 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. FrankREAD MORE
Benjamin 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 YellowstoneREAD MORE
One 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 ofREAD MORE
The 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.READ MORE
"Maintenance Costs Far Exceed The Price To Remove The Structure"This week marks the 81st “birthday” of the water tower looming over New Carlisle’sREAD MORE
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