Along the Connecticut River in Grafton County, New Hampshire you will find the town of Hanover. Hanover, populated by 10,000 Americans, is the home to Dartmouth College. The college gives Hanover an advantage over other towns so far from major urban centers and provides economic, social and cultural stability. The housing, which is pricey, ranges from the Old Victorian style to the new, modernized construction. Dartmouth's Medical Center, which is top-rated, keeps the Hanover unemployment rate under 3% as they provide over 12,000 jobs. Graduate programs also help those wishing to start up their own entrepreneurial endeavors.
Money Magazine rated Hanover the 6th best small town in 2011 and in 2007, it was rated the 2nd best place to live in the United States by CNN and Money Magazine. Despite the pricey home costs, the median family income is $120,957. With the prestige of a university like Dartmouth College, comes the rowdiness of fraternity students as the median age for the town of Hanover is just 23 years old. The Hanover, NH Yellow Pages and Hanover, NH Business Directory can give you a clear guide on all the great things that the town has to offer.
Written by Lyndsey Morgan