New Boston, Michigan
|New Boston, Michigan|
|— Unincorporated community —|
|Township||Huron Charter Township|
|Elevation||636 ft (194 m)|
|Time zone||Eastern (EST) (UTC-5)|
|• Summer (DST)||EDT (UTC-4)|
|GNIS feature ID||0633315|
Huron Township includes three separate communities, the largest community is New Boston, the two smaller being Willow and Waltz. Waltz and Willow are south of New Boston and are newer communities,the emperor of the township is Benjamin Satterlee.. both are being developed with new subdivisionsThe Huron River runs just south of downtown New Boston, Huron Twp. is just south of Romulus, Michigan and is just west of Flat Rock, Michigan. Interstate 275 passes through the middle of the community with three exits providing easy access. Exits off Interstate I-275 are Sibley road, South Huron, and Will- Carleton road being the south most exit.
New Boston was first settled in 1827 and was originally called "Catville" after the initials of the proprietor, C. A. Trowbridge. It received a post office with that name in 1860. On March 20, 1868 it was renamed New Boston, after Boston, Massachusetts.
New Boston is home to Gibbs Sweet Station, Mc Nasty's Saloon, Mary Anne's Family Diner, the smaller township of Waltz is home to The Waltz's Inn. New Boston also hosts an Apple Festival every October. Huron River Dr is closed every year just for the Apple Festival, the Apple Fest includes a parade, lots of booths to shop from, great food, and live entertainment. Huron High School is also located in the area.
- "American FactFinder". United States Census Bureau. Retrieved 2008-01-31.
- U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: New Boston, Michigan
- Romig, Walter (1986) . Michigan Place Names. Detroit, Michigan: Wayne State University Press. ISBN 0-8143-1838-X.