Allen County Democrat Athens Messenger Athens Messenger and Herald Cambridge Jeffersonian Canton Ohio Repository Columbus Dispatch Coshocton Age Coshocton Tribune Defiance Democrat Delphos Daily Herald 1897-02 Delphos Daily Herald 1903-07 Delphos Herald 1869-1894 East Liverpool Review Elyria Buckeye Sentinel Elyria Chronicle Elyria Chronicle Telegram Elyria Constitution Elyria Daily Telephone Elyria Democrat Elyria Evening Telegram Elyria Independent Democrat The Elyria Republican Elyria Sunday Chronicle Telegram Hamilton Daily Republican Hamilton Examiner Hillsboro Press Gazette Howland Bandwagon Hubbard News Reporter Lancaster Daily Eagle Lancaster Daily Gazette Lancaster Eagle Gazette Lima Argus Lima Daily News Lima Daily Times Lima News Lima Times Democrat Lorain County Reporter Mansfield News Mansfield News Journal Marion Daily Star Massillon Independent Newark Advocate Newark American Tribune Newark Daily Advocate Norwalk Huron Reflector Portsmouth Times Ravenna Ohio Star Rossville Ohio Independent Press Rossville Weekly Sentinel Salem Daily News Sandusky Daily Star Sandusky Register Sandusky Star Journal Steubenville Daily Herald Van Wert Daily Bulletin Van Wert Times Bulletin Zanesville Daily Courier Zanesville Times Recorder The Zanesville Signal Zanesville Sunday Times Signal The Manchester Historical Society is devoted to the collection and preservation of the history of Manchester, Ohio. Although the emphasis is on the local history of Allen County, Ohio, the museum features exhibits of natural history, science, art and even a Children's Discovery Center. The Society also provides support with local history and genealogy research. The house is furnished in Victorian style and exhibits the history of Ashtabula County.
The society currently maintains a museum which is open for special events and by appointment. The largest known serpent effigy in the world, Serpent Mound was built by prehistoric indigenous cultures. The site is listed in National Geographic's Great Wonders of the Ancient World. Housed in the museum is the home of the Ashtabula Historical Society.
The only location in the county where liquor can be purchased is at a couple of stores inside the city limits of Alvarado.
Mooney, the museum features antique furnishings and items related to the history of Auglaize County and her pioneer fathers. The beautiful mansion is a museum today featuring 26 rooms of historical elegance and historical items. Visitors are able to view the 19th century lifestyle of prosperous industrialist John W. Located at 1 South Monument Avenue in downtown Hamilton, OH.
Located at 532 North Chestnut Street in Barnesville, OH. Parker was a former slave and when he became a freedman, he settled in Ripley, Ohio where he founded the Phoenix Foundry. Parker Historical Society was founded to recognize, commemorate and preserve the history and legacy of John P. The Mill Complex features a collection of historical structures including several log cabins which have been moved to the location, a one-room school, a stage coach inn, an old farmhouse and farm museum along with the 1826 mill and several other buildings.
The Algonquin Mill Fall Festival is held annually at the site.
The Algonquin Mill Complex is located at 234 Autumn Road SW in Carrollton, OH.
Clay County was the last county in the state to prohibit all alcohol sales countywide, but became partially wet on March 1, 2016, when two cities in the county voted to authorize alcohol sales.
Within the 25 "moist" counties, 57 city governments have legalized alcohol sales inside their city limits.
In some "dry" areas, a customer can get a mixed drink by paying to join a "private club," and in some "wet" areas a customer needs a club membership to purchase liquor by-the-drink, reports the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
The newspaper demonstrates how variable the alcohol laws can be, even within small geographic areas. Move to Burleson, which has alcohol sales in the Tarrant County portion of the city but not in the Johnson County side of town." Today beer and wine can be purchased in all parts of Burleson.
Three states, Kansas, Mississippi, and Tennessee, are entirely dry by default: counties specifically must authorize the sale of alcohol in order for it to be legal and subject to state liquor control laws.