Take me back to Ol’ Virginny
Virginia is not only the place for lovers but is among the best places to retire in the country. WalletHub has released a report that says Chesapeake is the top place in the state to retire and the 52nd best in the United States. The website ranked the 150 largest U.S. cities on factors like affordability and quality of life. After all, we do have the greatest beaches, rivers, lakes, mountains and valleys.
Richmond and Norfolk had back to back rankings on the list at 57 and 58, respectively, while Newport News was 64th and Virginia Beach was 72nd.