New Boston is an unincorporated community in the Michigan township of Huron Charter Township. It is also located within Wayne County. New Boston is the largest of the three unincorporated communities in Huron Charter Township, which also includes the villages of Willow and Waltz. Approximately 8,000 people reside in New Boston.

A Brief History of New Boston

New Boston was settled by Americans in 1827 due to its location just north of the Huron River. It was originally called “Catville” for the proprietor, C. A. Trowbridge. The town established a post office in 1860 with the name Catville, but in 1868, the name was officially changed to New Boston after Boston, Massachusetts.

New Boston Today

These days, New Boston is a small village. Each year, Huron River Drive in New Boston is closed for the Apple Fest in October. The Apple Fest is a celebration of the season’s change and patrons enjoy a parade, vendor booths, fair food, live entertainment, and activities for children and adults alike. Huron High School is located in New Boston, along with three pleasant parks and easy access to Detroit Airport.

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