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ⓘ North Newton Township, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania




North Newton Township, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania
                                     

ⓘ North Newton Township, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania

The township is in western Cumberland County, bordered on the north by Conodoguinet Creek, on the east partially by Big Spring Creek, and on the south by U.S. Route 11. The borough of Newville, a separate municipality, is near the northeast corner. Unincorporated communities in the township are Green Spring in the north and part of Stoughstown at the southeastern corner. The entire township is within the Cumberland Valley.

According to the Bureau of US census, the village has a total area of 22.9 square miles 59.2 km 2, of which 22.8 square miles 59.0 km 2 are land and 0.1 square miles is 0.2 km 2, or 0.37%, is water.

                                     
  • western Cumberland County in south - central Pennsylvania Historical significance The Cumberland Valley Railroad CV began service in the Cumberland Valley
  • Unincorporated community in Bucks County see Newville, Bucks County Pennsylvania Newville is a borough in Cumberland County Pennsylvania United States, west of
  • is a borough in Cumberland and Franklin counties in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania Settled in 1730, Shippensburg lies in the Cumberland Valley, 41 miles
  • paralleling U.S. Route 30 and the Pennsylvania Turnpike for most of its length. The designation begins at PA 136 near West Newton and ends at US 30 near Bedford
  • Pennsylvania Route 979 ran entirely along North Branch Road from PA 980 in Robinson Township Washington County to PA 978 in North Fayette Township
  • Bullskin Township Pennsylvania 16, 719 1759 North Newton Township Pennsylvania 16, 719 1760 Union Township Lawrence County Pennsylvania 16, 717 1761
  • following areas: Bradford County Juniata County Parts of Lackawanna County Including: Abington Township Benton Township Ransom, Newton South Abington, Clarks
  • county seat is Lewistown. The county was created on September 19, 1789, from parts of Cumberland County and Northumberland County It was named for Thomas
  • October 15, 2000 was a conservation advocate from North Newton Township Newville, Pennsylvania He was a graduate of Riverside High School in Buffalo

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