Dothan, Alabama is a growing city and thriving community was built around landmarks of the past and prides itself on the friendliness and southern hospitality. Agriculture is especially important to the Dothan community. Dothan's location has made it a destination for recreation, business, industry, agriculture, healthcare, and retail. There are four colleges within 50 miles for those wanting to expand their education.
Riverview Regional Medical Center is centrally located in downtown Gadsden adjacent to Moragne Park and the Coosa River. The area offers a majestic landscape, beautiful mountains and crystal clear lakes.
El Dorado, AR
El Dorado was voted as having "America's Best Downtown". It boasts a variety of industries beyond education and healthcare, including energy and professional services. Residents are eligible for the El Dorado Promise, a scholarship program that covers up to five years of college tuition for any graduate of El Dorado High School attending an accredited university in the United States. El Dorado is located 2 hours north of Shreveport, Louisiana and south of Little Rock, Arkansas.
Forrest City, AR
Located on a line of rolling hills with tree lined streets, Forrest City is a friendly, home-town community of almost 17,000 with a low cost of living and easy pace of life. The area offers much to do without the hustle and bustle, with mild temperatures year-round.
Smyrna is centrally located in the state of Delaware, just 12 miles north of the state capital of Dover and 30 miles south of the major business centers in Newark and Wilmington. Smyrna provides a nice taste of everything, proudly holding onto its historic small town atmosphere while being committed to progress and community. Recently, the city has upgraded physical and technological infrastructure to prepare for growth demands. The low cost-of-living and no state sales tax make this a highly desirable location for families and homeowners. Smyrna has also enacted programs to increase the quality-of-life, including the Energy Depot Program and the Toolkit for a Healthy Delaware Program.
Warm Springs, GA
Warm Springs offers a mix of southern hospitality with old fashioned heritage. Progressive, yet still tied to traditions, Warm Springs offers much to see and do including boating, hiking, fishing and camping and the Little White House, formerly FDR's home. Experience the beauty of the mountains firsthand with nearly 40 miles of trail in the Roosevelt State Park designated for hikers only.
Located along the banks of the picturesque Cedar River, downtown Waterloo provides an eclectic range of dining, entertainment, and shopping options. The Cultural District features state-of-the-art exhibits and the interactive Phelps Youth Pavilion children's museum is a big draw for families. The outdoor enthusiasts can hike, bike, ski, fish, canoe, and golf. Nearby, the University of Northern Iowa offers plenty more cultural, education and athletic events. Waterloo is located just one hour south of Cedar Rapids and under 2 hours southwest from DesMoines.
Hillsboro, Illinois offers some of the most beautiful scenery in the Midwest. The area has a diversified economic base and ranks as an important center for commercial, legal, and industrial activity. Due to the large labor force, many residents commute to Springfield or St. Louis, Missouri as they are just one hour away. Hillsboro also offers an exceptional Community Unit School District, which supported the establishment of Lincoln Land Community College. Residents enjoy boating and fishing on the area's many lakes and streams, scenic hiking/biking trails, and families benefit from the well-kept community parks and nature conservation areas.
Barbourville is a 100 mile interstate drive away from Knoxville, TN and Lexington, KY. The town of Barbourville hosts numerous festivals throughout the year but the town prides itself on the Daniel Boone Festival, occurring every October since 1948. Barbourville and the surrounding area feature good educational options, affordable real estate and a low cost of living.
Leitchfield is a small town that is only an hour from Louisville’s acclaimed boutiques, restaurants and performing arts.