August 2006 Issue
|Explore Ohio's Heritage
From museums and canals to nature preserves, parks and military forts, Ohio is jam-packed with historical sites. They are the basis for seven designated heritage areas located throughout the state. Each area is culturally and geographically diverse, and that means a wide range of travel adventures for all ages. Consider scheduling some time to explore Ohioâ€™s heritage areas. Most of these destinations have either nominal admissions or are free, and thatâ€™s good news for any travel budget. Regardless, ...
Living with History
Some folks in nearby Dayton call it "Sprawlboro." People who live here call it a key link in the Underground Railroad, and a good place to live that has kept a fascinating history alive well into the modern day. To tell the truth, both sides are right. Even if you live here, it's easy to see why Springboro is cursed with a reputation for out-of-control suburban sprawl. As you drive in from Interstate 75 along St. Rte. 73, one of the two main routes that crisscross it, Springboro seems to be spreading li...
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