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Best of the Best Hometowns

Here are a few of the reasons why Archbold, Lebanon, Nelsonville, Oberlin and Hilliard are Ohio Magazine Best Hometowns.

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3 Questions: Fox News’ Bill Hemmer

The Cincinnati native Bill Hemmer returns to Ohio to moderate a GOP candidate forum prior to this month’s Republican presidential primary debate in Cleveland.

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Best Hometowns 2014-2015

These five communities embody what makes life here special and what makes us proud to call Ohio home.

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3 Questions: Earle Bruce

We talk with former Ohio State football coach Earle Bruce about his time on the sidelines, working with Woody Hayes and the fierce rivalry with Michigan.

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Toy Stories

Once upon a time, they were just ideas on drawing boards across the state. Here is how four beloved toys with Ohio ties came to be.

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The Legacy of Harry M. Stevens

The native of England settled in Niles, Ohio, before trading his mill job for the baseball business. The innovations he pioneered remain staples of the ballpark experience.

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Live Well: October 2017

Ohio hospital systems share how research into how we screen for breast cancer and treat the disease has improved patient outcomes.

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Little Brown Jug, Delaware

This longstanding harness-racing tradition returns to central Ohio each September. Here’s the rundown on what you need to know before you go.

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Warped Wing Brewing Co., Dayton

Community pride and local history are on tap at this downtown Dayton brewery that has taken flight since opening in 2014.

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Saving a Historic Treasure

Residents of Zoar fear flooding will eliminate their special heritage

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McKinley’s Final Days

The William McKinley Presidential Library & Museum delves into the legacy of the 1901 Pan-American Exposition.

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Hometown Legend

Newcomerstown honors pitcher Cy Young, one of the greatest players of all time.

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Hale Farm & Village Civil War Re-enactment

The sights and sounds of Confederate Gen. Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson’s Shenandoah Valley Campaign come to the village of Bath.

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Bridges to the Past

For more than three decades, photographer Carl Feather has documented the lasting reminders of a bygone era.

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Mr. Maple

Syrup is in Nate Bissell’s blood. Now, he is working to make Ohio synonymous with the stuff.

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1st Down

Here’s how America’s fall obsession took its initial steps in Dayton during the autumn of 1920.

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Keeping the Faith

Sandusky native Jay Cooke helped finance this tiny wooden church at Put-in-Bay more than 150 years ago.

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The Marathon Men

In 1931, the U.S. Open at Toledo's Inverness Club finished with an epic ending that has never been repeated.

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Memory Gardens

From bold stone tributes to folk-art graves, our historic cemeteries offer a look into who we were and are.

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The Revival

Over-the-Rhine is one of the most intact 19th-century urban historic districts in the nation. Here’s how Cincinnati saved it.

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