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Weekend Wrap - Dudek delivers in playoff opener


Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette (blog) - Nov 5, 2013
Crouch and the Green Wave (9-1) will open up the Division VI state playoffs against Bellaire (Ohio) High School at home at 6:30 p.m. this Friday. PETER CVIJANOVIC, a senior offensive tackle at East Coast Prep in Great Barrington, Mass., who committed ...
 

Cambridge Ohio Lions learn about favorite downtown tourist attraction, the ...


The Daily Jeffersonian - Oct 18, 2013
Another family who moved to this area from Bellaire, Ohio was the Conaway family. Milton Conaway knew how to apply the handles to the pitchers. Many of his descendants including Dr. Ed Conaway still reside here." Arent asked the members to "step back ...
 

Bellaire gazebo closed temporarily


Martins Ferry Times Leader - Oct 19, 2013
But upon learning of the potential issues with the build from other residents, he made some inquiries of the Dept. of Commerce and reported his findings online to the public via the unofficial Bellaire, Ohio Facebook page. "In the case of the Bellaire ...
 

Bellaire hires distribution coordinator


WTOV Steubenville - Oct 18, 2013
BELLAIRE, Ohio - The village of Bellaire has ended its search for a wastewater distribution coordinator after hiring someone to fill the new position created by the Environmental Protection Agency. City officials have hired Lloyd Christy, who ...
 

Building on an Auburn lego-cy



The Auburn Plainsman
The Auburn Plainsman - Jul 27, 2013
Harshbarger cleaned out his inventory of Lego bricks and sold his sculptures approximately six years ago. Dan Brown owns and operates an independent and unofficial Lego museum in Bellaire, Ohio. According to Harshbarger, Brown buys and collects Lego...
 

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R -1900's Postcard - Steamboat Bessie Smith Leaving Wharf in Bellaire Ohio


 

R -1900's Real B&W Photo Postcard of Post Office & Employees in Bellaire Ohio


 

R - Early 1900's B&W Photo Postcard - Imperial Glass House in Bellaire Ohio


 

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Bellaire


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by: Holly Bruno, Andrew Ehritz
Bellaire grew to prominence in the early 19th century when rich deposits of coal and sand were discovered. Riverboat captain John Fink began mining and shipping coal in the 1830s. Later numerous glass factories earned Bellaire the nickname “Glass City.” Industry grew rapidly, and the railroads brought tradesmen and immigrants. In addition to coal mines and glass factories, Bellaire has been home to an enamel works, a steel factory, lumberyards, brick makers, and bottling companies. Today Bellaire has two historical sites honoring its industry, but business is not the region’s only claim to fame.
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1955 Yearbook: Bellaire High School, Bellaire, Ohio


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This copy is a softcover reprint of a previously owned high school yearbook. Whether you no longer have your own copy or want to surprise someone with a unique gift, the memories in this yearbook are sure to make someone smile! All the pages and images are reproduced as-is, which means your copy may show handwriting or effects of aging, and that certain pages, images, or other content may be omitted, missing, or obscured. Don't miss out! Bring home a piece of your history.
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Photo Reprint Carnegie Steel Works, Bellaire, Ohio 1901-1910


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Printed on archival photo paper, no mat, no backer. Item from the Historic Ohio Postcard collection, reprints from about 10,000 historic Ohio postcards. Photo Reprint Carnegie Steel Works, Bellaire, Ohio 1901-1910.
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Photo Reprint City Building, Bellaire, Ohio


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Printed on archival photo paper, no mat, no backer. Item from the Historic Ohio Postcard collection, reprints from about 10,000 historic Ohio postcards. Photo Reprint City Building, Bellaire, Ohio .
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Photo Reprint Belmont Street Looking North, Bellaire, Ohio 1931-1940


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Printed on archival photo paper, no mat, no backer. Item from the Historic Ohio Postcard collection, reprints from about 10,000 historic Ohio postcards. Photo Reprint Belmont Street Looking North, Bellaire, Ohio 1931-1940.
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Bellaire


(Paperback)
by: Holly Bruno, Andrew Ehritz
Bellaire grew to prominence in the early 19th century when rich deposits of coal and sand were discovered. Riverboat captain John Fink began mining and shipping coal in the 1830s. Later numerous glass factories earned Bellaire the nickname “Glass City.” Industry grew rapidly, and the railroads brought tradesmen and immigrants. In addition to coal mines and glass factories, Bellaire has been home to an enamel works, a steel factory, lumberyards, brick makers, and bottling companies. Today Bellaire has two historical sites honoring its industry, but business is not the region’s only claim to fame.
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65183 Hillview Ave, Bellaire, OH 43906


For more details click here: http://www.visualtour.com/showvt.asp?t=3052760 65183 Hillview Ave Bellaire, OH 43906 $229000, 3 bed, 3.0 bath, 1765 SF, MLS# 9...
 

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Dominick the Italian Christmas Donkey


Son's of Italy Christmas Party Bellaire, Ohio. Dominick the Donkey is a Christmas song written by Richard Allen, Sam Saltzberg and Lou Monte, first sung by M...
 

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65590 Willow Grove Rd, Bellaire


For more details click here: http://www.visualtour.com/showvt.asp?t=3162434 65590 Willow Grove RD Bellaire, OH 43906 $95000, 3 bed, 1.0 bath, 952 SF, MLS# 9...
 

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Cadence of the Corps Part 1


Documentary of the Bellaire, Ohio Big Reds High School Marching Band from 1992.
 

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Cadence of the Corps Part 2


Documentary of the Bellaire, Ohio Big Reds Marching Band from 1992.
 


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