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|Cats host Rittman Indians
The GHHS baseball team will host a non-conference game with the Rittman High School Indians Thursday at Bobcat Field. The game will not be webcast on ghohio.com because of technical difficulties. We're sorry for the change and will be back soon!
Certain GH residents to see income tax reduction
Effective January 1, 2017, residents employed outside Grandview Heights will receive a municipal income tax credit of up to 2.5% of the taxes they pay to the community where they work, which is the GH income tax rate.
Film series to start
The Grandview Heights Public Library will kick off its latest film series on Monday, April 24. It is entitled "Book to Film", with the first film to be A River Runs Through It. Things get started at 6:30pm with hosts Michele Reinhardt and Chris Boerger. Admission is free.
FEATURED LOCAL BUSINESS:
The Acorn Bookshop is a 23-year-old bricks and mortar general secondhand
and antiquarian bookstore. It has everything from inexpensive paperbacks to collectible books worth thousands of dollars. There are about 50,000 volumes in the two-floor store at 1464 West Fifth Avenue, along with a good number of used CD's and DVD's. Acorn is a great place to unwind in analog mode!
[Go to the Acorn website]
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GHHS Baseball vs. Rittman High School
Thursday, April 13 - 5:00pm
Webcast Cancelled Because of Technical Difficulties. Sorry.
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