Community

The City of New Boston is a small rural community that has been established since 1834.

 

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New Boston Elementary is one of five attendance centers in Mercer County School District #404 and is located in New Boston, IL.   This is a rural school that serves students in grades PreK through grade 4.  Student enrollment runs approximately 200- 225.  More information may be found at the district website here. Click here for more information about New Boston Elementary and the Illinois Report Card.

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New Boston Elementary School 1908

New Boston Elementary School 1908

 

The New Boston Fire Department operates on a volunteer basis and is huge part of the city’s culture.

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The New Boston Fish Fry Park and Pavilion is centered within the community and serves as a recreational and community resource. It is also where the Annual Fish Fry takes place.

Fish Fry Park and Pavillion

 The city is also home to one operating church; The New Boston Assembly of God. Still restored in its pure form, the former Catholic Church of St. Mary’s sits within the Fish Fry park.
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To maintain its historic presence, main street showcases many historic buildings, such as the New Boston Museum, where guests may tour through old architecture and artifacts of Abraham Lincoln’s time.

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The New Boston Cemetery has been home to the past since the early 1800’s and could possibly be the most haunted part of the city.

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