A lot of cities around here get the "-tucky" from Kentucky appended to their name to signify being kind of redneck places. Of course, lots of towns in Ohio have significant populations with roots in Appalachia (around Cincinnati it's mostly from Kentucky, around Columbus it's mostly from West Virginia or the Appalachian parts of Ohio). Middletown becomes Middletucky, Hamilton = Hamiltucky, Grove City = Grovetucky, etc. It's really kind of an obnoxious classist thing, and I should know better, but I just like how Middletucky rolls off the tongue.
There was a minor blow-up in the Dispatch a few weeks ago about the use of "Grovetucky" in a headline -- the story was about how fast Grove City is growing, and the headline was something like "Grovetucky No More." People wrote in to complain.