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There are approximately 312 towns spread across the state of Massachusetts. Some of the most famous ones include Boston, Malden, Medford, Everett, Salem, Lowell, Scituate, Grafton, and Lynn. More »

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According to the Secretary of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, there are 312 towns and 39 cities spread across 14 counties within the state of Massachusetts. The largest city by population is Boston, although the large... More »

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The Commonwealth of Massachusetts' Secretary of State's website has maps of the cities and towns in Massachusetts. The maps are located in the Citizen Information Service section of the website. More »

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According to the Secretary of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, there are 312 towns and 39 cities spread across 14 counties within the state of Massachusetts. The largest city by population is Boston, although the large... More »

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There are at least four towns in the United States that claim to be the "home" of white squirrels. These towns include Kenton, Tennessee; Olney, Illinois; Brevard, North Carolina; and Marionville, Missouri. These squirre... More »

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There are many cities and towns found in Oklahoma, including Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Broken Arrow, Stillwater, Elk City, Coweta, Tecumseh, Broken Bow, Forest Park and Texhoma. The largest city is Oklahoma City with nearly ... More »

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ZIP codes beginning with 411 belong to the city of Ashland, Kentucky and some of the surrounding towns. Ashland is located near Kentucky's border with West Virginia and Ohio. More »

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