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  1. Legacy of the locks - Portsmouth Daily Times

    Legacy of the locks  Portsmouth Daily Times

    Scioto County just doesn't seem to have a good sense of history,” opines Bill Tipton of Scenic Scioto Heritage Trail, Inc.Tipton and his.

  2. Canal Fulton website can help residents compute tax - Canton Repository

    Canal Fulton website can help residents compute tax  Canton Repository

    City Council also heard presentation on Fix-It Fund loan program.

  3. Explore Ohio's Amish Country - TravelPulse

    Explore Ohio's Amish Country  TravelPulse

    Discover traditional Amish food, entertainment and and history throughout Ohio's Amish country.

  4. Mayor Dan Horrigan - Crain's Cleveland Business

    Mayor Dan Horrigan  Crain's Cleveland Business

    With a slew of downtown developments getting the financing they need, and others underway or completed, Akron may look back on 2018 as the year that Main...

  5. Akron to close Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail for 4 years - News-Herald.com

    Akron to close Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail for 4 years  News-Herald.com

    AKRON >> The city of Akron will be closing a popular 1-mile stretch of the Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail for four years as part of a $184 million.

  6. The top 10 Akron-area stories of 2018 - Crain's Cleveland Business

    The top 10 Akron-area stories of 2018  Crain's Cleveland Business

    From Crain's Akron Business: Akron's business and civic landscape was anything but quiet in 2018 — and that's the way most people like it.

  7. Bolivar Village Council: 67 acres rezoned from agricultural to business commercial use - New Philadelphia Times Reporter

    Bolivar Village Council: 67 acres rezoned from agricultural to business commercial use  New Philadelphia Times Reporter

    Bolivar Village Council Dec. 3 meetingKEY ACTION Passed as an emergency, an ordinance, to rezone 67 acres on state Route 212, north of the village, from...

  8. Tuscarawas County renews lease for land for Towpath Trail extension - New Philadelphia Times Reporter

    Tuscarawas County renews lease for land for Towpath Trail extension  New Philadelphia Times Reporter

    NEW PHILADELPHIA Commissioners signed a new 10-year lease with the Kimble Co. Wednesday to use an unused rail line to extend the Towpath Trail four...

  9. Tuscarawas County Genealogical Society marks 50th anniversary with open house - New Philadelphia Times Reporter

    Tuscarawas County Genealogical Society marks 50th anniversary with open house  New Philadelphia Times Reporter

    Tuscarawas County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society will begin a celebration of its 50 years of *service* with an open house from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday at...

  10. A Word About Our New Series: OH Really? - WKSU News

    A Word About Our New Series: OH Really?  WKSU News

    WKSU covers a quarter of Ohio. That's a large chunk of the state, and we know there are stories out there you'd like to know more about--things that.

  11. Fish kills caused by a variety of circumstances - Sandusky Register

    Fish kills caused by a variety of circumstances  Sandusky Register

    During the course of a given year, people enjoying the outdoors are sometimes alarmed to find significant fish kills. Sometimes, the cause is easy to explain, with...

  12. Tracing Ohio's canals: a trip through history - Toledo Blade

    Tracing Ohio's canals: a trip through history  Toledo Blade

    A piece of American history winds all throughout Ohio: the series of canals built in the 1800s to move crops and livestock from the interior of Ohio to...

  13. Akron's Bowery Project gets interim loan as it nears its financial finish line - Crain's Cleveland Business

    Akron's Bowery Project gets interim loan as it nears its financial finish line  Crain's Cleveland Business

    The Akron Community Revitalization Fund on Thursday, July 26, announced its sixth loan: a $1.67 million interim construction loan that supports the city's crucial...

  14. Work toward getting Canal Fulton YMCA continues - Massillon Independent

    Work toward getting Canal Fulton YMCA continues  Massillon Independent

    Two committees are spearheading the effort, a facilities committee led by city resident and businessman Paul Middlecoop, and a fundraising committee chaired...

  15. 'Wow!' factor visible in new Chillicothe Intermediate School - Chillicothe Gazette

    'Wow!' factor visible in new Chillicothe Intermediate School  Chillicothe Gazette

    CHILLICOTHE - Walking through a breezeway of the new Chillicothe Intermediate School connecting the classroom wings to the gym and cafetorium, you'll...

  16. 10 things to do in Northeast Ohio this weekend: Oct. 13-15 - WKYC-TV

    10 things to do in Northeast Ohio this weekend: Oct. 13-15  WKYC-TV

    Check out these 10 events happening across Northeast Ohio this weekend.

  17. Ohio to begin stocking lakes and ponds with trout on Friday - WOWK

    Ohio to begin stocking lakes and ponds with trout on Friday  WOWK

    More than 100000 rainbow trout will soon be released in Ohio lakes and ponds.

  18. Spartan game films bring back history - Portsmouth Daily Times

    Spartan game films bring back history  Portsmouth Daily Times

    As at least most natives probably know, Portsmouth truly once did host a genuine National Football League team. From 1930 to 1934, when the team was...

  19. Ohio city's historic St. Helena II canal boat gets face lift - News-Herald.com

    Ohio city's historic St. Helena II canal boat gets face lift  News-Herald.com

    CANAL FULTON, Ohio >> In 1967, a small model of a canal boat sat on a table during lunchtime in the Louisville Sportsmen Club.

  20. Anglers chasing rainbows as trout stocking program continues - Toledo Blade

    Anglers chasing rainbows as trout stocking program continues  Toledo Blade

    CASTALIA, Ohio — Close to 100,000 rainbow trout, so tiny they are not yet two-eyes-and-a-wiggle, are tucked into incubators at the state fish hatchery here,...

  21. Is Cincinnati's longtime struggle with downtown retail finally ending? - Soapbox Cincinnati

    Is Cincinnati's longtime struggle with downtown retail finally ending?  Soapbox Cincinnati

    Cincinnati has long celebrated a retail legacy all our own, with much of our dramatic downtown architecture once dedicated to some of the nation's best-loved...

  22. From humble beginnings, Roscoe grew - Coshocton Tribune

    From humble beginnings, Roscoe grew  Coshocton Tribune

    What began as Caldersburg grew to become Roscoe, with a little help from the Ohio Erie Canal.

  23. Cuyahoga Valley National Park: Turning back the clock in the Cuyahoga Valley - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

    Cuyahoga Valley National Park: Turning back the clock in the Cuyahoga Valley  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

    To see how the U.S. National Park *Service* has played a role in preserving the Cuyahoga Valley in Northeast Ohio, there are at least two perspectives.

  24. Catfish plentiful in the area - Sandusky Register

    Catfish plentiful in the area  Sandusky Register

    Channel catfish are the most commonly targeted by anglers, recognized by their forked, pointed tail lobes, unique for Lake Erie catfish and the potential to grow...

  25. Who is Chris Hart today? Newcomerstown man is a living historian - New Philadelphia Times Reporter

    Who is Chris Hart today? Newcomerstown man is a living historian  New Philadelphia Times Reporter

    Chris Hart is a living historian, which means that he basically portrays, or becomes, as he would like to suggest, figures that have appeared throughout history,...

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