Newtown, Ohio

Native American mound in a Newtown cemetery

Newtown is a village in southeastern Hamilton County, Ohio, United States, near Cincinnati. The population was 2,672 at the 2010 census.[6] Newtown was settled in 1792 and incorporated as a village in 1901.

Multiple Native American mounds and other earthworks were once located on the site of Newtown.[7]

Newtown was first settled in 1792 under the name of Mercersburg. The name was changed before the village incorporated in 1901. Still in existence today are the Odd Fellows' Cemetery Mound and the Perin Village Site, plus the Turpin Site and the Hahn Field Archeological District just outside of the village's boundaries.[8]

Newtown withdrew from Anderson Township in the 1960s by forming a paper township.[9]

Newtown has a decades-long tradition of hosting an open-to-the-public fish fry every Friday during Lent. Originally run solely by the local volunteer fire department, it has become an event staffed by volunteers from throughout the community

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