The Grandview Heights Public Library announced Friday, May 17, its board of trustees has selected Ryan McDonnell as the library's new director.
A weekend of festivities is planned in Grandview Heights to mark Memorial Day.
An event held the last weekend of each month will keep Grandview Avenue hopping.
Two recent traffic stops made by Grandview Heights police officers resulted in the arrests of two men named in warrants for felony charges.
The Boulevard Presbyterian Church sanctuary renovation committee will present the proposed schematic design for the project to the church in a meeting to be held between services Sunday, May 19.
The city of Grandview Heights plans to join the Franklin County Cooperative Health Benefits Program in an effort to help control its employee health-insurance costs.
For one of the Grandview Heights municipal pool's new co-managers, the job is a return home.
The addition of the Columbus Metropolitan, Worthington and Southwest Public libraries to the Central Library Consortium will mean a disruption to library computer systems later this month as the new consortium members make the transition to the new catalog.
St. Patrick's Day may be lucky for the Irish, but it also was a fortunate day for Bexley-area resident Louis Pallay.
Grandview Heights city employees soon will begin a number of spring cleaning projects. Residents are encouraged to contact the respective department for more information.
Northwest Counseling Services honored 70 northwest-area high school students for their achievements Friday, May 3, during the 22nd annual All Star Salute.
Along with tours of three of Marble Cliff's notable residences, visitors to the 2013 Tour of Homes will be able to get a taste of art in an exhibit at Trinity United Methodist Church.
Residents who see Grandview Heights students leaving their schools in the middle of the day Tuesday, May 14, shouldn't be alarmed.
Grandview Heights police recovered a vehicle April 30 that had been reported stolen out of Columbus.
Elford submitted the lowest bid for the upcoming Pierce Field improvement project and is expected to be awarded the contract, Grandview leaders say.
The Grandview Heights Public Library board of trustees will hold interviews with three finalists for the library's director position.
Although Justin and Allison Collamore decided their company's growth meant they needed to move the business out of their residence, they are still running a home-based operation in a way.
The house at 1449 Arlington Ave. has been home to several families since it was built in 1910, but perhaps no one enjoyed it more than the four children of Edward and Betty Browning.
Following the success of its first e-Waste Recycling Day last October, the city of Grandview Heights is planning another event for May 11.
Dozens of people joined the ranks of amputees April 15 when first one and then another terrorist bomb exploded near the finish line of the Boston Marathon.
The handmade creations of some 100 area artisans and crafters will be on display in Upper Arlington this month at the 2013 Columbus Spring Avant-Garde Art & Craft Show.
Grandview Heights police arrested a juvenile April 25 and charged him with trafficking in drugs after finding 34 grams of marijuana in his book bag, according to reports.
The Edison Intermediate/Middle School Science Olympiad team wrapped up one of its most successful seasons Saturday, April 27, finishing 11th out of 40 teams in the state tournament at Ohio State University.
The city of Grandview Heights will submit an application for a $70,000 Land and Water Conservation Fund grant to help cover the cost of some of the improvements planned for Wyman Woods Park.
Northwest Counseling Services will celebrate its 22nd annual All Star Salute awards breakfast from 7:30 to 8:45 a.m. Friday, May 3, at the Confluence Park Restaurant, 679 W. Spring St. in Columbus.
Grandview Heights police officers responded twice last week to reports of thefts on West Goodale Boulevard.
A new process has been put into place to help a team of Grandview Heights City School District technology specialists and instructors who work with special-needs students determine whether an assistive technology device is beneficial and necessary for a student.
One of the most interesting features of the home at 1430 Cambridge Blvd. was hidden and unknown for several decades from the residence's various owners.
Two Grandview Heights High School students took their curls and their smiling eyes to the East Coast to compete in the World Championship of Irish Dance.
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