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The Luethstrom Hurin house is a historic home in Wyoming, Ohio. (Wikicommons) The Luethstrom Hurin house is a historic home in Wyoming, Ohio. (Wikicommons)
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Two Cincinnati suburbs have been named among the best in the United States.

Indian Hill is eighth and Wyoming 25th in Business Insider’s annual ranking of the 50 best suburbs in the nation. New Albany, a suburb of Columbus, came out on top of the list.

The list is dominated by Midwest municipalities, including a total of eight in Ohio.

Here’s what BI had to say about the Cincy suburbs.

Wyoming: 

Folks in this tight-knit, state-named Ohio community take home a median household income of $106,912. The town has five top-notch schools — four with a rating of 9 or greater — and is about a 20-minute drive to Cincinnati.

Indian Hill:

A few miles northeast of Cincinnati, the village of Indian Hill is a sleepy, rural town with a fabled red schoolhouse. Its median household income is $207,069 and a whopping 24 of its schools earned a perfect 10 rating from Great Schools.

The survey defined ‘suburb’ as small to mid-size town or city located near and economically integrated with a major city.

It took into account average commute to work, unemployment rate, median income, poverty rate, education and housing affordability. 

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