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2014/08/01 04:44
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YOUNGSTOWN A team of architects and engineers estimates it will cost Mahoning County more than $8.1 million to restore its 103-year-old county courthouse. That figure includes $5.4 million worth of...
2014/08/01 04:44
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2014/07/31 05:48
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Built in 1788 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1970, the Ohio Company Land Office building is not only an integral part of Marietta's historic district, but is the oldest...
2014/07/30 05:48
2014/07/30 05:48
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Ruth Ellen Morgan, 92, of Mobile, Ala., formerly of Marietta, passed away on Sunday, July 20, 2014, in Mobile. She was born in Stanley County, N.C., on May 22, 1922, a daughter of William A. and...
2014/07/27 04:37
2014/07/27 04:37
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Burt Logan, Ohio History Connection executive director and chief executive officer, and John D. Ong, a descendant of master builder Jacob Ong, will be among those participating in the 11 a.m. program....
2014/07/20 04:42
2014/07/20 04:42
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Museum Director Le Ann Hendershot said there is a need for at least five more volunteers to give tours on the 95-year-old Snyder, the last steamboat of its kind. "We need volunteers and we're trying...
2014/07/14 06:48
2014/07/14 06:48
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Museum Director Le Ann Hendershot said there is a need for at least five more volunteers to give tours on the 95-year-old Snyder, the last steamboat of its kind. "We need volunteers and we're trying...
2014/07/11 02:21
2014/07/11 02:21
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ROSEVILLE — As pottery lovers from across the country gathered in Roseville to kick off the 49th annual Crooksville-Roseville Pottery Festival Thursday morning, the weeklong celebration of the history...
2014/07/10 15:48
2014/07/10 15:48
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Huron Township trustees collectively derailed a proposal to spend public money for a historical marker near a former railway. At a recent public meeting, trustees came to a stalemate in deciding...
2014/07/08 21:08
2014/07/08 21:08
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MARION — Those attending the Warren G. Harding Symposium will have the opportunity to hear about President Dwight D. Eisenhower�s role in the civil rights movement in the United States. Informational...
2014/07/06 14:12
2014/07/06 14:12
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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - A stuffed passenger pigeon and a skeleton replica of a roughly 100-pound beaver are part of a new Ohio History Connection exhibit featuring extinct and threatened animals. The...
2014/07/03 07:27
2014/07/03 07:27
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Fort Laurens will host the Brigade of the American Revolution on July 12 and 13 as it presents Revolution on the Tuscarawas. This two-day encampment and re-enactment will feature two mock battles...
2014/07/01 16:54
2014/07/01 16:54
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Ohio History Connection to open new exhibit featuring extinct animalsBuckeye Forum Podcast The Dispatch public affairs team talks politics and tackles state and federal government issues in the...
2014/07/01 07:27
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Alliance post office renovation nearing completion Post office renovation project in Alliance, Ohio, awaiting approval from Ohio Historical Society to wrap up final touches in 2014.The Review is...
2014/07/01 04:32
2014/07/01 04:32
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The program looks at the making of the movie, "The Light of Freedom" from Minton, who was the military coordinator, historian and actor portraying Major Love of the Union Army in the film. This movie...
2014/06/28 08:08
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MARION — Warren G. Harding owned the Marion Daily Star from 1884 to 1923. He planned to stay on under the newspaper�s new ownership as an associate editor but died before that could happen. He was...
2014/08/01 04:44
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