New Boston (Michigan)

New Boston is a village in Huron Charter Township, Wayne County in the U.S. state of Michigan. The Huron Township includes three separate municipalities, the largest of which is New Boston, the two smaller ones are Willow and Waltz. Waltz and Willow are located south of New Boston and belong to the newer communities in this environment. The Huron River flows south through downtown of New Boston. Interstate 275 runs through the town.


New Boston was mentioned about 1827 for the first time and was originally called " Catville ". It received a post office with that name around 1860. March 20, 1868, was renamed in New Boston. The origin of this name comes from Boston, Massachusetts.

Society and Culture

New Boston is home to Gibbs Sweet Station, Mc Nasty 's Saloon, Mary Anne 's Family Diner and the smaller township of Waltz is the home of The Waltz 's Inn. New Boston also holds every October, the " Apple Festival " from. The Apple Festival includes a parade and live entertainment. The Huron High School is also located in this area.


New Boston has a direct connection to the Detroit Metro Airport and quick connections to I-275 and I -94.