What? South Carolina Missed Cut in Money's 100 Best Cities to Live
Sound off in our comments section and tell us what cities in South Carolina you think should have made the list.
On Monday, Money magazine released the "Top 100 Best Places to Live," but there's something's missing — a South Carolina presence.
The annual list, which compares small cities across America, named Carmel, Ind., the best place to live.
Our neighbors to the north made it on the list with Chapel Hill, N.C.
Rounding out the top 10:
- Carmel, Ind.
- McKinney, Texas
- Eden Prairie, Minn.
- Newton, Mass.
- Redmond, Wash.
- Irvine, Calif.
- Reston, Va.
- Columbia/Ellicott City, Md.
- Overland Park, Kan.
- Chapel Hill, N.C.
The full list is available online and will also be published in Money's September issue, which hits newsstands this Friday.
South Carolina has plenty of beautiful places from which to choose.
Could you make an argument for a South Carolina city to be added to the list or is Money magazine right to not include South Carolina? Tell us in the comments below.