Living in Indian Hill, where the police are called Rangers and the homes are among region's priciest

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The Village of Indian Hill is among the richest Ohio zip codes, based IRS figures for Adjusted Gross Income. The village was once named the "Best Place to Raise a Family" in the United States by the magazine Robb Report (2002). 

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Retired Sycamore Junior High Athletic Director, Jack Alley, 67, and his wife have lived in Indian Hill for 37 years. Both graduates of Ohio University, they first lived in Kenwood, but found a house on Miami Road in Indian Hill that met their needs.

WCPO Insiders can read more about why Alley and his family made Indian Hill their home. Plus, learn the name villagers have given their police department.

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