Articles highlighting Northside’s unique history.
Abolitionist John Van Zandt’s headstone at the Wesleyan Cemetery in Northside. In October, 2014, the National Park Service officially announced inclusion of Wesleyan [...]
If you have ever wandered by a neighborhood home and been curious about what it might be like inside, the Hidden Treasures of Northside House Tour is the perfect way for you to spend the afternoon. [...]
Photo: Jon Hughes/photopresse Last month’s article focused on the gem that Wesleyan Cemetery really is for our community – not only a beautiful space but rich in [...]
Photo: Jon Hughes/photopresse Wesleyan Cemetery, originally about 24 acres (currently about 20) located at 4003 Colerain Avenue, is one of Northside’s jewels. [...]
One does not simply wander into Ace Hardware and Electric Company on Hamilton Avenue in Northside. It’s more of a local treasure that neighborhood folks frequent. Visiting [...]
You may have been wondering, while passing Tacocracy, why it says Jacobs’ in black tiles below the front entrance: History. This sign is just one glimpse among many that [...]