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Cities joining, nearing, or falling from the 100,000 resident club

The following three lists identify those cities in the United States that reached a population of 100,000; are growing and nearing 100,000 residents; and who have fallen below 100,000 residents based on the 2020 Census. Five (5) cities that were … Continue reading

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Some snippets from the newly released 2020 Census data

While most headlines will likely tout the continued growth of the South and West, some cities in the East and North have some bragging to do, as well: Cincinnati, OH (309,317); Buffalo, NY (278,349); Rochester, NY (211,328); and Syracuse, NY … Continue reading

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Worlds largest “ton” suffix cities

The following list identifies those cities and town whose name includes the suffix of “ton.” “Ton” is often used as a shortened version of “town.” Based on this list, the most common versions of “ton” are Kingston (4), Hamilton (4), … Continue reading

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World’s largest “City” cities

  The following list identifies the largest cities in the world that incorporate “City” or “Ciudad” into their names. A population minimum of 150,000 residents in the core city was used as a threshold for inclusion. As can be seen, … Continue reading

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Smallest “city” named community from each state

The following list identifies those communities from each state that have the smallest population while also including the term “city” in their name. They are listed below from smallest to largest. The population data is based on the most recent … Continue reading

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Largest “grad” suffix cities and towns on the planet

The following list identifies all the cities and towns exceeding 1,000 in population that have the suffix “grad” in their name. The Old Slavic term “grad” means city, town, or castle. Beograd (Belgrade) and Volgograd (formerly Stalingrad) are by far … Continue reading

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America’s loneliest cities

The following are America’s 20 loneliest larger cities – those with the most single-person households as of 2014. As is evident from the data, cities in Upstate New York, Ohio, Florida, and Virginia tend to be the most lonely (when … Continue reading

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Most compact American cities with 100,000+ residents

Reno, Nevada has long used the moniker of “The Biggest Little City in the World.” Well, at 106 square miles and 225,221 residents, it no longer fits that title. Based on data from the 2010 Census, at the end of … Continue reading

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Largest compass point cities in the world

Below are lists of the largest cities in the world that incorporate one of the four cardinal compass points (North, South, East, West) into their name. All cities with more than 50,000 residents, plus the largest one just under 50,000 … Continue reading

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Rebounding core cities

Below is a list of core cities in the United States that have seen their populations rebound following several decades of decline. In some instances, such as Denver, Des Moines, San Francisco, and Seattle, the core city is now attained … Continue reading

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