Ohio National Road Association

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ONRA Spring 2016 Newsletter

Check out ONRA’s Spring 2016 Newsletter by clicking the link below to keep you up-to-date on the work of the association and the happenings along the Road!

Spring 2016 Newsletter




Unveiling of 4 New Interpretive Signs in Belmont County

Wednesday, May 11th, 2016 from 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm (Belmont County)

Please come and join us for the celebration and unveiling of four new interpretive signs completed by the Ohio National Road Association.  All four signs are in Belmont County and include two gateway signs for travelers entering the state, a sign about the old Brick Road in Morristown, and a sign about the pike town of Morristown. If you are able, come and join the festivities and support the Historic National Road in Ohio. View the program and the signs below.

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Etna Interpretive Sign

This Saturday, October 17th, 2015 at 10:00 am the newest Ohio National Road Association Interpretive Sign will be unveiled, the sign is the pike town of ‘Etna’.  Please plan to attend this exciting event and support the Ohio National Road and the Etna community! The program is below.




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ONRA Fall 2015 Newsletter

Check out ONRA's latest newsletter to keep you up-to-date on the work of the association!

Fall 2015 Newsletter



Milestone 268 in western Franklin County

The great National Road news continue to unfold, this time in Franklin County, where Franklin County Engineer and ONRA Past-President Dean Ringle and his hard-working crew have set another replacement milestone as part of the Ohio National Road Association's Mile Marker Grant Program. Milestone 268 is in western Franklin County, directly across the National Road (here West Broad Street) from the Ten Mile Inn. ONRA thanks Dean for all his hard work on our behalf!