Fastest-growing U.S. cities in South, West -Census


By David Lawder WASHINGTON, June 30 (Reuters) - Port St. Lucie, Florida, is America's fastest-growing large city, according to new Census Bureau estimates that showed torrid growth among suburbs in the South and West while the biggest cities in the East and Midwest lost population. Among cities with more than 100,000 residents, Port St. Lucie, the Atlantic coast home of the New York Mets' baseball spring training camp, saw a 12 percent increase in population between July 1, 2003 and July ...

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