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Newark, Ohio print that page(0 KM)

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Newark is located at 40°3′47″N 82°25′0″W / 40.06306°N 82.416667°W / 40.06306; -82.416667 (40.063014, -82.416779) [ 5 ] . In terms of population, Newark is the second-largest Newark in the United States, after Newark , New Jersey . It is part of the Columbus, Ohio

Newark High School (Ohio) print that page(0 KM)

An additional 150 students attend the The Career and Technical Education Center (C-TEC) associated with the school. Newark High School was built in 1959 and opened in 1961. The current high school is campus-style, with 7 classroom buildings, an auditorium, a gymnasium, and the facility in

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Home Building Association Bank print that page(1 KM)

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The Home Building Association Bank (or Home Building Association Company) is a historic building located at 6 West Main Street in Newark, Ohio , and was designed by noted Chicago architect Louis Sullivan . It was one of three banks designed by Sullivan in 1914, the other two being in Grinnell

Midland Theatre, Newark, Ohio print that page(1 KM)

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The Midland Theatre is a 1,800-seat theatre that was built in 1928 in the Newark Downtown Historic District of Newark, Ohio , USA . Since 2000, it has been used as a performance venue for live music and other performing arts events. [ edit ] History After opening its doors on December

Newark Catholic High School print that page(1 KM)

Newark Catholic High School is committed to offering students an environment for growing in their Catholic Faith, expanding their knowledge, and extending their talents in service to others. Rich in tradition, yet sensitive to change, Newark Catholic High School is devoted to educating its

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Newark Earthworks print that page(2 KM)

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The Newark Earthworks in Newark and Heath, Ohio , consists of three sections of preserved earthworks : the Great Circle Earthworks, the Octagon Earthworks, and the Wright Earthworks. This complex contained the largest earthen enclosures in the world, being about 3,000 acres in extent. Today

Newark Township, Licking County, Ohio print that page(3 KM)

Located in the center of the county, it borders the following townships and city: Newton Township - north Mary Ann Township - northeast corner Madison Township - east Newark - south Granville Township - west Most of the original extent of the township has been annexed by the cities

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WCLT (AM) print that page(3 KM)

WCLT (AM) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search For the FM radio station in Newark, Ohio , United States, see WCLT-FM . WCLT City of license Newark , Ohio Branding Hometown News & Information Frequency 1430 kHz Format News Talk Information

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Ohio State University, Newark Campus print that page(3 KM)

2,183 full and part time (Newark campus) 57,748 (all campuses) Undergraduates 1,765 full-time and 323 part-time (Newark campus), 44,307 (all campuses) Postgraduates 38 full-time and 57 part-time (Newark campus), 14,441 (all campuses) Location Newark , Ohio , United States

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Heath, Ohio print that page(4 KM)

Heath was incorporated as a village in 1952, with Richard Hoback being named the first mayor. Over the next decade Heath grew quickly, going from a population of 2,426 in 1960 to 6,066 in 1965, when it became the 196th city in Ohio. In 1986 it became the home of the first and only indoor shopping

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