A Grandview Heights police officer making a well-being check May 19 drew his firearm for fear of his safety, reports said.
The tassels are ready to be turned and the caps are ripe for tossing.
Miriam Abbott is a big fan of obstacle courses, but doesn't much care for zombies.
Although rainy weather delayed planting for a week, Boulevard Presbyterian Church members hope the weather conditions for the next few months will lead to a bumper crop for the community garden located on the church's lawn.
Golfers who participate in an upcoming four-person scramble will help the TriVillage Mentor League arrange some special one-on-one relationships.
The Grandview Heights Public Library's board of trustees has selected Ryan McDonnell as the library's new director.
As area students prepare to close the book on another school year, the Grandview Heights Public Library will encourage them to keep reading with a summer full of activities.
Couches have triumphed over computers, sofas over software, for Trent Heer.
To say the city of Grandview Heights did not have a current map of storm-drain locations in the community is an understatement.
Grandview Heights City Council and Clinton Township trustees are expected to give their approval by the end of next month to an agreement to create a Joint Economic Development Zone.
Move over rental bikes -- you've got four-wheel competition.
Stevenson Elementary School Principal Brian Bowser will leave the Grandview Heights City School District to become executive director of elementary education for the South-Western City School District.
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.
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