Ohio

Ashland

Ashland is located in North Central Ohio near Mohican Country. With Ashland University near by and a buzzing downtown scene full of entertainment, Ashland is a great place to live!

Belpre

Located in Washington County, Ohio - Belpre rests on the Ohio River.

Bellevue

Bellevue extends into Erie, Huron, and Sandusky counties in Ohio. This city is full of culture and history.

Bucyrus

Cardington

The village of Cardington is located in Morrow County. Local businesses such as automobile, health care, and banking can be found in Cardington.

Delaware

Delaware, Ohio is a great place to raise a family! A variety of both public and private schooling options are available, as well as a diverse selection of universities.

Elyria

Located in Lorain County, Ohio. With economic development on the rise, Elyria is full of opportunity.

Marion

Marion is about 50 miles north of Columbus, Ohio.

Marysville

A part of the Columbus, Ohio metropolitan area, Marysville is near the entertainment and excitement of the capital of Ohio.

Medina

Mount Vernon

Full of character, Mount Vernon has a historic downtown with small businesses fueling the community.

Napoleon

Located in Henry County, Ohio.

Newton Falls

Located in North Eastern Ohio, Newton Falls is a safe community with a highly rated education system.

Oregon

Oregon, Ohio is a smaller city near Toledo.

Springfield

Springfield, Ohio is a place of the arts. Check out the Clark State Performing Arts Center or the Ohio Lyric Theater!

Tiffin

Tiffin is about 55 miles southeast of Toledo. Many institutes of education can be found here including Tiffin University and Heidelburg University.

Urbana

Urbana is located in Champaign County, Ohio. Urbana is the home of Urbana University with many opportunities for community involvement!

Wooster

Check out historic downtown, Wooster for a bite to eat or a shopping trip!

Zanesville

Zanesville is full of industrial history. Located in Muskingum County, it is the home of the famous Y-shaped bridge which spans the confluence of the Muskingum and Licking Rivers