Historical Accounts and written journals record the high number of Ancient structures in Butler County Ohio. In 1914 Ohio State Archeological and Historical society published an Atlas. The Atlas featured the Ancient mounds and earthen works left by a civilization who lived, worked, and played in the area we call Butler County Ohio. SW Ohio and […]
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Operation Pumpkin One of the largest events in Butler County will be held Oct 13-15 in Downtown Hamilton. This three days family event features vendors, entertainment, activities for young and old, food booths, food trucks, pumpkin carving, and many other fun things to do. High Street located Downtown Hamilton is transformed into a pumpkin paradise […]
Why Hamilton isn’t the new OTR, but so much more As local businesswoman Sara Vallandingham of Sara’s House has said so well; “The City of Hamilton is in the midst of magical days. “ This is a feeling that is impossible to ignore. Once blighted and empty storefronts are full. Murals by area artists provide […]
The Marcum Apartments Downtown Hamilton is within walking distance to recreation, dining, and his...
Music, recreation, award-winning dining, and historical sites are all located within walking distance of The Marcum Apartments. The Marcum Apartments located Downtown Hamilton Ohio has everything you need for a great lifestyle and an active community. As the new Marcum Apartments in Hamilton, Ohio look to the future, we’re also centrally located to the many historic locations […]
Another Hamilton Ohio business making a mark in Greater Cincinnati. High Quality Custom Furniture...
Quality counts In a day where buying your furniture in a box seems to be a trend, owning high quality hand crafted furniture is always in style. Another Hamilton Ohio success story Tucked away in an unassuming building on Edison Ave in Hamilton, Ohio, is a wood shop where dreams become a reality. There you […]
Fact number one: Butler County was formed March 24, 1803. The city of Franklin Ohio was originally included in Butler County. Later Franklin Ohio was given to Warren County so it could meet size requirements to become an Ohio county. Fact number two: Butler County was named in honor of General Richard Butler who was killed […]