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The city of Newark, Ohio is the 20th largest city in Ohio and is located in Licking County. Newark lies a half an hour east of Columbus at the junction point of the two forks of the Licking River. The city spans 21.37 square miles and is known by the nickname “Nerk.” The city is widely recognized for its historic churches and cemeteries such as the Church of the Blessed Sacrament Roman Catholic Church, Trinity Episcopal Church, Plymouth Church as well as Newark Memorial Gardens and Mount Calvary Cemeteries. The city has a permanent niche in pop culture due to its appearance in many books like “A Million Little Pieces” by James Frey and those in the series of novels “The Tales of Alvin Maker” by Orson Scott Card.

Before the arrival of Europeans, indigenous people inhabited the area. Members of the Hopewell culture built many earthen mounds and enclosures that together make up the largest earthwork complex in the entire Ohio River Valley in what would one day be Newark. The site is now a National Historic Landmark and includes the Observatory Mound, the Observatory Circle, the Octagon. After exploration by trappers, traders and others the first settlers, both European and American, arrived in the area in 1802. This new settlement was named after Newark, New Jersey in the summer of 1825 the Ohio and Erie Canal project brought new life into the community. This project, along with the arrival of the Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis Railroad in 1857, insured the towns place in trade and transport.[sws_pullquote_right]

Industry is a mainstay of the current economy in Newark and it is the home of many major manufacturers


Industry is a mainstay of the current economy in Newark and it is the home of many major manufacturers such as Longaberger, Owens Corning Fiberglass, Dow Chemical Company, General Electric and many others. Education in the community is provided by the Newark City School District, Newark High School alone has a student body of nearly 2,000 students. Some points of interest around the community are the Newark Earthworks, the Blackhand Gorge State Nature Perserve, Dawes Arboretum and the National Heisey Glass Museum. Famous historic figures that called Newark home include Civil War general Charles R. Wood, early photographer Clarence Hudson White, the first woman to fly solo around the world Jerrie Mock and the youngest known soldier in the U.S. Army Jonny Clemm, also known as Johnny Shiloh.

According to the United States Census of 2010, Newark was home to 47,573 residents spread across 19,840 households giving the city a population density of 2,278.4 residents per square mile. Statistics from, whose information comes from 2012, reports that the median household income in Newark was $36,681 and the median house or condominium value in the city was $110,760. Homes for sale in Newark range from small starter homes and fixer uppers up through large luxury homes. Other real estate options include rental properties like apartments, houses and multi-family structures like duplexes as well as condominiums and town houses for sale or lease. Local realtors are best prepared to help you explore the neighborhoods and homes of the thriving city of Newark.

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        Number of households 23,577
        Household Avg. Income 57,735
        Avg. year dwelling build 1964
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        Population 57,448
        Population Density 504
        Median Age 39
        Average value of the dwelling in which household lives $132,607
        Avg. years a household has lived in dwelling. 16 years
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