Welcome to the borough of newville

 

Established in 1790, Newville, Pennsylvania is filled with many historical moments & memories. Newville is located in the northwest corner of Cumberland County and is the landmark of the oldest mill structure remaining within the county, the Laughlin Mill. Newville served as a mid-point connection to the Cumberland Valley Railroad and was stopping-point for the soldiers serving during the Civil War. While a quaint, small town, the borough of Newville is home to many locally-owned businesses and 1,500 residents.

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