"Heritage is our past, progress is our future" is Harrison's motto.  Founded in 1814 and incorporated in 1850, Harrison was named for William Henry Harrison, ninth president of the United States.  It became a city in 1981.  The community's location, as a historic western outpost to Cincinnati, is reflected in the area's older country homes.  There's also new construction in a country setting.  Shoppers and visitors come to the annual celebration of the arts and Christmas Walk.  A favorite stop here is Market Street Grille housed in an 1850s building.  Although near the Indiana border, Harrison's location on I-74 makes it a convenient commute to both downtown and the airport (via I-275).  It's within reasonable driving distance to Columbus, Dayton and Indianapolis. Residents like the fact that Miami Whitewater Forest is nearby.  There are campgrounds, ball fields, walking and biking trails, a lake and paddleboats in this small, progressive and beautiful community. 

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