Fulton Dresses As Jockey

In 2010, Scott Fulton, a Grove City native who was living in Columbus at the time, dressed in a jockey outfit at Arts in the Alley and began to solicit funds for an Ohio Historical Marker for Beulah Park.    The Southwest Franklin County Historical Society...

Grove City’s Water System

Dr. Frank C. Wright was chairman of a committee which investigated water systems in towns of 2,000 population throughout Ohio.   This resulted in a modern and up-to-date water plant for Grove City.  It was installed at a most opportune time because...

Willert’s Store Successful

On Aug. 1, 1892, C. Willert was working as a clerk in the grocery store owned by Frank L. Wilson in the south end of Grove City.   Previously, he worked for A. L. Nichols’ grocery at the northern edge of town.   In 1894, Willert purchased Wilson’s store...