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Springfield Township is the 20th largest township Ohio according to 2010 U.S. Census statistics compiled by the Ohio Township Association with a population of 36,319 and a median age of 40.
Carmel provides fire protection for the area through a contract with the township.
Among these projects is the airy and elegant community history museum that now soars above the township of Cato Manor in Durban, a coastal city here.
This range of race and class was one reason North Jersey Vineyard Church was drawn to the township.
There’s not a lot to do in the township on Friday night other than come out and support us.
Local officials in Rakhine said Monday's tour includes meetings with relatives of victims allegedly killed by militants during violence against Hindu, Mro and Daignets minority communities in Maungdaw township.
The Arakan Project said Tuesday that almost every tract of villages in Maungdaw township suffered some burning, and that almost all Rohingya had abandoned the area.
About 32 percent of students in the township receive free or reduced lunch, Araque said.
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