The Shawnee Hotel, now called Shawnee Place, is a historic building in Springfield, Ohio. It is located on Main and Limestone Streets and at eight stories was the tallest building in Springfield when it was built in 1916–1917. It included such innovations as in-room plumbing, meeting rooms, and banquet facilities.
NRHP reference number: 85003044
Third Presbyterian Church is a historic former Presbyterian church building in Springfield, Ohio, United States. A Romanesque Revival building completed in 1894 along Limestone Street on the city's northern side, Third Presbyterian is one of the final buildings designed by prominent Springfield architect Charles A. Cregar.
NRHP reference number: 80002958
Odd Fellows' Home for Orphans, Indigent and Aged, also known as I.O.O.F. Home for the Aged, in Springfield, Ohio, was built in 1898. Its architecture is Renaissance and Chateauesque. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.
NRHP reference number: 80002956
Area codes 937 and 326 are telephone area codes in the North American Numbering Plan (NANP) assigned to a numbering plan area (NPA) that encompasses much of the southwestern part of the U.S. state of Ohio, including Dayton and Springfield. Area code 937 was established in September 1996, after a split of area code 513. Area code 326 was added to area code 937 in an overlay plan in March 2020.
The Lagonda Club Building is a historic clubhouse in downtown Springfield, Ohio, United States. Designed by Frank Mills Andrews, a leading period architect who was responsible for the construction of the Kentucky State Capitol, the clubhouse is a three-story structure with a large basement. Various materials are present on different parts of the exterior — while the foundation and first story are constructed of dressed limestone, the second through fourth floors are built of brick; their only stone elements are stone trim around some of the windows.
NRHP reference number: 75001342
The Masonic Temple is a historic structure in Springfield, Ohio, United States. Located along High Street in downtown Springfield, the temple was designed by Howard Dwight Smith and the firm of Miller & Reeves. Local Freemasons have met at the temple since construction was finished in 1927.
NRHP reference number: 08001195
Emmanuel Christian Academy (ECA) is a private Christian school located in Springfield, Ohio that has a total enrollment of 260-300 students in pre-kindergarten through 12th grade. Most of the students are from Champaign County, Ohio and Clark County, Ohio.
The Westcott House is a Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Prairie Style house in Springfield, Ohio. The house was built in 1908 for Mr. Burton J. Westcott, his wife Orpha, and their family. The Westcott property is the only Prairie style house designed by Wright in the state of Ohio. The grounds include the main house and a garage with stables connected by an extensive pergola.
NRHP reference number: 74001413
WUSO (89.1 FM) was a student-run college radio station broadcasting an Album Oriented Rock radio format. License to Springfield, Ohio. Its studios are located in the basement of Firestine Hall on Woodlawn Ave. The radio station broadcast throughout the Springfield area. The studio had two music production booths, a music library, a technician's office, and an executive office. The radio station went through an upgrade on its website to allow for streaming audio. The station is owned by the Board of Directors of Wittenberg College. For the past 12 months, due to environmental issues in the station's studios, WUSO has only been able to broadcast the shared signal from WDPR, Dayton Ohio. University officials have been unable to reach a decision on the future of the station at this time.
The Arcade Hotel was a registered historic building in Springfield, Ohio, United States. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974. Since that time, the historic structure has been demolished, and a Courtyard by Marriott erected in its place.
NRHP reference number: 74001410
WIZE (1340 AM) — branded Dayton's BIN 1340 — is a commercial all-news radio station in Springfield, Ohio owned by iHeartMedia, Inc. as part of their Dayton cluster. While servicing the Dayton metropolitan area, WIZE is also targeted towards Springfield, and their transmitter - and former studios - are located in Springfield. WIZE functions as the Dayton market affiliate for the Black Information Network. In addition to a standard analog transmission, WIZE streams via iHeartRadio.
Warder Public Library is a historically significant building in Springfield, Ohio, United States. A robust example of Richardsonian Romanesque architecture, it was a gift to the city from industrialist Benjamin H. Warder, and served as the main branch of the Clark County Public Library from 1890 to 1989. It now houses the Clark County (Warder) Literacy Center.
NRHP reference number: 78002019
North High School was a public high school in Springfield, Ohio, that opened in 1960. It was one of two high schools in the Springfield City School District, the other school being South High School. On September 8, 2008, the two schools were combined into Springfield High School. The North High School building was demolished on May 30, 2008, to make way for the new Springfield High School building.
Catholic Central School is a private, Roman Catholic school in Springfield, Ohio. Part of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, Catholic Central provides education for grades PreK-12 at three campuses. It was recently ranked as one of the Top 50 Catholic Schools in the Nation. The school's sports teams are known as the Fighting Irish.