Maine cities rank high in national livability study, and they do it on their own

Four Maine communities rank as some of the country’s best small cities in which to live and work, a new study finds. And one Maine metropolis scores high without help from a big brother.

The analysis, published by financial website WalletHub, compared 1,322 cities on the basis of 43 “key indicators of livability” in five areas: affordability, economic health, education and health care, quality of life, and safety. Read more

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