When some area residents went to their Yahoo home pages Thursday, they saw a familar scene—the Market Street Bridge and the Chattanooga Aquarium.
The image was a photo from the U.S. News and World Report that Yahoo featured about the best places to retire on $75 a day. The report named Chattanooga one of those places.
Chattanooga made the list along with nine other cities.
Writer Emily Brandon cited the nearby mountains and river and the city's outdoor activities as some of the draws for the Scenic City.
"Retirees can take in these views for a median of just $644 in rent, $1,023 in mortgage payments or $353 monthly without a mortgage," she also wrote. "The city operates a fleet of zero-emission electric buses that seniors age 65 and older can ride for just 75 cents each way."
Livability.com editors also recently named Chattanooga one of the top 100 best places to live.
The Scenic City has ranked well in other similar surveys in the past couple of years.
Where to Retire magazine recently featured Chattanooga in the book "America's 100 Best Places to Retire."
And, last year, Chattanooga was in the running to be named the best outdoor city by Blue Ridge Outdoors magazine.
Earlier this year, Chattanooga was listed No. 1 in the small cities category of the top 30 best cities for young entrepreneurs.
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