around here

around here

Near to or in the vicinity of this area. Is there anywhere round here I can find a place to stay for the night?
See also: around, here

ˌround ˈhere

(especially British English) (American English usually aˌround ˈhere) near where you are now or where you live: There are no decent schools round here.
See also: here, round
References in classic literature ?
It's only while we are fiddling around here that the Admiral's jumpy about things.
"Overall Excellence" is a testament to every single one of the fifty-odd people that work at the Tribune, but around here it's never "look what we did," it's "now what," so here's Lou Donaldson's "Aw, Shucks."
The aim is to "grow the ecosystem around Here's mapping and location products" for cars by investing in companies developing such tech.
By the way, if you've got some spare change lying around here's an idea: There are several private hunting leases available on the adjacent Babcock Ranch.
But the 38-year-old was still pleased with his afternoon's work, saying: "It could've been even better but level par around here's not a bad score, so it's not as if I've lost ground or gone backwards.
Runner Up: Kath & Kim "Everyone around here's so self-obsessed," quoth Kim.
Listen, loser, I'm the only one around here who tells you the truth.
If you live around here, you've probably spent hours fuming in traffic in front of the Wilson Bridge, which carries Washington Beltway traffic across the Potomac River between Virginia and Maryland.
There just aren't enough hours in the day to do everything I'm expected to do around here! It isn't fair to keep reducing our staff and budget.