History of U.S. 20/Ohio 601 intersection is intertwined with traffic problems and efforts toward traffic safety.
The actual founding of the Baptist Church of Ridgefield took place on Jan. 28, 1819, with 14 charter members.
The railroad itself was (as is usual with proposed improvements) controversial.
A complete railroad engine was built in Norwalk for the first time in 1863.
Every now and then in the past two centuries, Norwalk churches have sponsored revivals.
East Battery figured in a most important event in the 19th century.
when the prisoners escaped from Huron County’s makeshift jail, several men went after them.
Slaying of two men led to arrest of three Ottawa Indians.
James and Amarilla Wilson came to Wakeman Township about 1825.
In 1847, very little surgery was performed, and dentistry was out as crude a procedure as surgery.
Judge’s wife firmly told Norwalk leaders she wouldn’t replace her sidewalk and wouldn’t pay for any repairs.
Existing within the British army in the 1700s was an elite group commanded by Maj. Robert Rogers.
This fort was built on the south side of the Bay near the mouth of Cold Creek at a location which became the village of Venice in American pioneer times and is now annexed to the west side of Sandusky.
The life of a fire horse wasn’t all oats and hay.
Though uncommon, earthquakes can happen here in Ohio at any time. Here’s a list of some that have.