Good news for Olive Branch Ms.!

Every year, Money magazine teams up with to determine the best towns in the U.S. to live in. The towns must have a population between 10,000 and 100,000 people, so this is all about small towns and suburbs – no cities.

After analyzing the cost of living, local economy, education, housing prices, crime, convenience, cultural and recreational amenities, and an overall sense of pleasantness, these are the 10 best towns to live in:

  1. Fishers, Indiana
  2. Allen, Texas
  3. Monterey Park, California
  4. Franklin, Tennessee
  5. Olive Branch, Mississippi
  6. Dickinson, North Dakota
  7. Lone Tree, Colorado
  8. North Arlington, New Jersey
  9. Schaumburg, Illinois
  10. Bozeman, Montana


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