I just saw this in the MIBOR e-newsletter and wanted to pass it along:
The list of Indiana cities and towns making national rankings keeps growing. According to Inside Indiana Business, several Indiana communities are receiving high rankings in this year's wide-ranging "Best Places to Live" lists published by Money Magazine, Fortune and CNN. Communities were singled out because they were the best places to live, most affordable, and have had the most job growth.
Hamilton County is named as the eleventh best county in the country for job growth over the last eight years. The two Hamilton County communities featured in that article are Noblesville and Westfield. Among the overall Best Places to Live Top 100, Brownsburg in Hendricks County is 33rd, while the Lake County town of St. John is 48th. The Allen County community of New Haven is second when it comes to Affordable Homes. To read the full Inside Indiana Business article click here. For the CNNMoney.com Best Places to Livewebpage click here.