The Virginia Department of Historic Resources has announced the designation of Liberty University’s Mead’s Tavern as a State Historic Landmark. The circa 1763 building in Campbell County, as well as the Royster C. Parr House in Amherst County, joined six other sites added to the Virginia Landmarks Register this month,Read More →

Catherine Wessling: Louisville Historical Museum: a necessity, not a pleasure I was disappointed to hear members of Louisville City Council and Mayor Stolzmann discourage investing in improvements to a City of Louisville facility, our Louisville Historical Museum, at a recent council meeting. The hardworking Museum staff have dramatically improved theRead More →

NOLENSVILLE, Tennessee (WKRN) – The Nolensville Police Department is investigating the vandalism of the Nolensville Historical Museum on Monday evening. For decades, the museum preserved small pieces of history, but it only took a few minutes for some hard work to be destroyed. “What a mess, what a mess toRead More →

The Harrison County Historical Museum is pleased to announce the return of its Journey Stories series, highlighting the service of Major General Vernon B. Lewis Jr. with the theme “From Piney Woods to the Pentagon”. The highly anticipated lecture series returns at 6 p.m. Friday after a two-year hiatus followingRead More →

VERSAILLES, Ohio (WDTN) – A historic Darke County church that closed over 100 years ago is reopening them this weekend. A homecoming service and an open house celebration will take place at Saint-Pierre Lutheran Church in Versailles on Sunday, September 19 at 2:30 p.m. The church is considered the oldestRead More →

The works of a Longview native will be highlighted during this weekend’s 21st Annual Longview Monuments Tour, which benefits the Gregg County Historical Museum. BW Crain Jr., born in 1914, traveled a path from Longview at the University of Texas at Austin to Harvard University, where he earned degrees inRead More →

September 8, 2021 The Franklin Historical Museum is honored to welcome Franklin native Paul Faenza as the presenter of our second Sunday Lecture Series, Sunday, September 12 at 1:15 p.m. Anyone old enough to remember can recall their whereabouts when they heard about the events of September 11, 2001. RetiredRead More →

The church was built in 1910 by Emanuel Jensen, a carpenter from View, Washington The North Clark Historical Museum will be the site of a 110 + 1 anniversary celebration of the United Brethren Church building on September 25, 2021 with an open house from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.Read More →