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  • Dayton Scores High for Lifestyle, Affordability: Study

    The city of Dayton is one of the best affordable places to live in the United States. Livability.com has placed the Gem City at number two on its recently released list of Best Affordable Places to Live. Only Round Rock, in Texas, is ranked higher.

    Cincinnati 09 February 2015 15:19

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