In
March 28, 2024

In Retrospect

100 YEARS AGO

MARCH 28, 1924

March 27:

Union County to Continue Central Time: More than one half of Ohio will be placed, officially, under Eastern time, next Sunday, March 30. A dividing line running diagonally across the state from Toledo to Gallipolis, through Marion and Columbus, marks the dividing line. Union County towns are left in the Central time belt with Lima, Dayton, Cincinnati, Kenton and Findlay. All clocks, railroad and otherwise, in the cities which have been taken into the Eastern time belt will be set forward an hour at 2 a.m. on that date. It was ordered by the Interstate Commerce Commission.

75 YEARS AGO

MARCH 28, 1949

March 31:

Mrs. Laurence Witt reports she has had crocus and hyaci…

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