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Looking for a Norton charter bus rental with transportation service to anywhere else in the continental United States? Barons Bus’ is the Ohio charter bus company you’re looking for.  We're based in Cleveland and Columbus, Ohio and serve the state of Ohio and its surrounding areas.

Whether you're touring the national museums and monuments of Washington D.C., soaking in the wondrous sights and culture of New York City,  reveling at the County Music Capital of the World in Nashville, basking on the tropical beaches of Florida, relishing in Chicago-style food and jazz, or catching a Buckeyes game at Ohio State, we can take you there in safe, reliable comfort.

Our fleet of motor coach buses are perfect for large groups, school bus field trips, shuttle servicesand more. Even smaller groups have enjoyed the ample space and comfortable amenities of a Barons Bus rental in Norton, Ohio

Contact our charter bus service agents now at (888) 378-3823 or you can request a charter bus quote online. Learn more about what to expect on your travels with our Rider’s Guide.

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Things to Know When You Rent a Charter Bus to Norton

Norton is a city in Summit and Wayne counties in the U.S. state of Ohio. The population was 12,085 at the 2010 census.The Summit County portion of Norton is part of the Akron Metropolitan Statistical Area, while the Wayne County portion is part of the Wooster, OH Micropolitan Statistical Area.In 1818, Norton Township was organized. It was originally a part of Wolf Creek Township which consisted of present-day Norton, Copley, Wadsworth, Sharon, Guilford, and Montville townships. Norton Township was surveyed by Joseph Darrow and plotted into lots half a mile square. Norton was known as Town 1, Range 12 of the Western Reserve. It was named after Birdseye Norton, one of the original owners of the township. The first two people to settle on this land, in 1810, were James Robinson and John Cahow. Robinson purchased lot 19 and Cahow lot 20. It is a matter of some dispute as to whether Robinson’s or Cahow’s house was the first one built in the township. The first marriage in the township was in the fall of 1814 between James Robinson and Lois Bates. The first tavern was built by John Cahow on his lot 20 in 1812. The first saw and grist mills were built by Thomas Johnson in 1823 (saw) and 1830 (grist). Norton Township consisted of seven small villages: Loyal Oak (Also known as Bates' Corners located at 261 & Cleveland-Massillon Rd), Western Star (Greenwich and Medina Line Roads), Sherman (Originally known as Dennison located at Hametown Rd & Sherman St), Johnson's Corners (31st St & Wooster Rd W), Norton Center (Cleveland-Massillon & Greenwich Rd & Norton Ave), Hametown (Hametown and Wooster Roads), and New Portage (Wooster Rd N & Norton Ave.). One of Norton's famous families is the Seiberling family; Frank A. and Charles W. Seiberling started the Goodyear tire and rubber company in 1898. The Seiberling farm is still in operation today on Greenwich Road at Knollbrook Drive. In 1890, Ohio Columbus Barber, Charles Baird, Albert T. Paige and John K. Robinson purchased a number of farms adjacent to New Portage. Their purchase was for the purpose of founding a new manufacturing city. This city was named Barberton after O. C. Barber. The Ohio & Erie Canal ran through the southeastern part of the township from 1827-1913. Electric trolley lines were installed from Barberton to Wadsworth through Norton in 1905. In 1958 the Norton Township Development Committee was formed. Residents believed the Township form of government, with its three Trustees, needed a more structured form of government to effectively meet the needs of a fast-growing community. After time, an issue to incorporate as a village was placed on the election ballot. Although defeated the first time, it passed in 1961, thus incorporating Norton as a village. Norton’s first Village Mayor was Richard DuFore. The General Election of November 1968, brought Norton to a City status. The former Norton Village officially assumed City status on January 11, 1969. Norton's current government consists of Mayor Mike Zita and council members: Jack Gainer, Dennis McGlone, Dan Karant, Paul Tousley, Joe Kernan, Scott Pelot, and Charlotte Whipkey.

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