Augusta has been rated the top metro area in Georgia for people to live and to retire.
The Garden City outperformed both Atlanta and Savannah in the annual rankings released Tuesday by U.S. News and World Report.
The Augusta area landed at 76th nationally in top places to live and 79th in places to retire. By comparison, Atlanta, which rated second statewide, ranked 95th and 90th, respectively, and Savannah, third place in Georgia, ranked 102nd and 95th nationally.
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