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Best Cities in Ohio: Perrysburg #5, Findlay #10


Two northwest Ohio communities have been ranked among the best in the state by a national real estate website.


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Plans to sell cookies in the neighborhood changed, police said, when two male suspects seen parked in a blue SUV rolled down their window.More >>Plans to sell cookies in the neighborhood changed, police said, when two male suspects seen parked in a blue SUV rolled down their window.More >>Runaway snowmobilers caught after accidentally calling 911Runaway snowmobilers caught after accidentally calling 911Updated: Thursday, February 5 2015 10:49 AM EST2015-02-05 15:49:15 GMTIt's not every day that you hear about police chasing snowmobiles down city streets, but it happened just after midnight Wednesday morning in Port Clinton.More >>It's not every day that you hear about police chasing snowmobiles down city streets, but it happened just after midnight Wednesday morning in Port Clinton.More >>New age-progressed photos of brothers missing since 2010 releasedNew age-progressed photos of brothers missing since 2010 releasedUpdated: Wednesday, November 5 2014 10:29 PM EST2014-11-06 03:29:14 GMTThe family of Tanner, Alexander and Andrew Skelton says they are still hopeful for a resolution. More >>The family of Tanner, Alexander and Andrew Skelton says they are still hopeful for a resolution. More >>Watching and waiting: Mayor still in critical condition after cardiac arrestWatching and waiting: Mayor still in critical condition after cardiac arrestUpdated: Wednesday, February 4 2015 6:45 PM EST2015-02-04 23:45:10 GMTToledo Mayor DMichael Collins is in critical condition after suffering cardiac arrest while driving Sunday afternoon in south ToledoToledo City Council Paula Hicks-Hudson has been sworn in as acting mayorMore >>Toledo Mayor DMichael Collins is in critical condition after suffering cardiac arrest while driving Sunday afternoon in south ToledoToledo City Council Paula Hicks-Hudson has been sworn in as acting mayorMore >>Counties, cities declare snow emergenciesCounties, cities declare snow emergenciesUpdated: Thursday, February 5 2015 3:21 PM EST2015-02-05 20:21:26 GMTSeveral counties, townships and cities in Ohio and Michigan have declared snow emergencies, which effect parking and driving conditions.More >>Several counties, townships and cities in Ohio and Michigan have declared snow emergencies, which effect parking and driving conditions.More >>  Most WatchedMost WatchedMore>> Runaway snowmobilers caught after accidentally calling 911Runaway snowmobilers caught after accidentally calling 911 More >>Girl Scout shot while getting ready to sell cookiesGirl Scout shot while getting ready to sell cookiesPlans to sell cookies changed when two male suspects seen parked in a blue SUV rolled down their winPlans to sell cookies changed when two male suspects seen parked in a blue SUV rolled down their window.More >>Plans to sell cookies changed when two male suspects seen parked in a blue SUV rolled down their window.More >>Brown family releases video of Heather Brown's recoveryBrown family releases video of Heather Brown's recovery More >>Snellville barber offers 'old man' haircuts for misbehaving kidsSnellville barber offers 'old man' haircuts for misbehaving kidsHave a kid who is acting out and out of control? Three days a week, a Snellville barbershop offers a free haircut called the "Benjamin Button Special," that'll make your misbehaving child resemble a senior citizen(2/4/2015)More >>Have a kid who is acting out and out of control? Three days a week, a Snellville barbershop offers a free haircut called the "Benjamin Button Special," that'll make your misbehaving child resemble a senior citizen(2/4/2015)More >>Forecast: Snow will end Wednesday night, temperatures fall into single digits ThursdayForecast: Snow will end Wednesday night, temperatures fall into single digits Thursday More >>   if (Worldnow.EventMan) Worldnow.EventMan.event('WNStoryRelatedBoxdone'); (Toledo News Now) - Two northwest Ohio communities have been ranked among the best in the state by a national real estate website Movoto.com released its top 10 list on Thursday, and both Perrysburg and Findlay made the cut The site says the rankings are based on seven factors: Total amenities, quality of life, total crimes, tax rates, unemployment, commute time and weather (which includes temperature and air quality) Perrysburg ranked fifth on the listMovoto says "across all our criteria this city in Wood County fared decentlyIt had neither exceptionally high ranks nor low ranks across our analysis." The city of Findlay came in at number ten.  The city made the list "thanks to its weather, taxes, and short commute time," according to Movoto Click here to view the full top 10, and a ranking of every city in the state

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