Hamilton's 56th Anniversary of 4th of July Parade

May 18, 2018

Hamilton is celebrating its 56th anniversary of the Fourth of July parade.  One of the largest celebrations in the area, the parade's theme is "Celebrating Hamilton's History with its 17 Strong Neighborhoods." The

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Children's Home to receive Historic Marker

May 16, 2018

In 2019, The Children’s Home/The Father’s House will be celebrating its 150th anniversary. It was founded on North “C” Street in 1869 to house orphans from the Civil War and other children in

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Grant to Fire Department helps purchase safety equipment

May 14, 2018

When the Trenton Fire Department shared their need to purchase a new Rescue Chain Saw, the Hanover Life Squad fund committee granted them the funds needed. The  current saw was more than 20 years old and they were

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More than $1 million in scholarships offered to High School Graduates

April 30, 2018

At the scholarship reception in May, nearly 200 high school seniors will be recognized as recipients of more than $1 million in scholarship awards.  Since awarding the first scholarship in 1954, more than $13

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Michael J. Colligan History Project

March 2, 2018

Join us April 12th as Jon Meacham, distinguished presidential historian and winner of the 2009 Pulitzer Prize for American Lion: Andrew Jackson in the White House explores what 21st century leaders can learn from

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Scholarship offered to help with student loan debt

January 19, 2018

In January, Hamilton City Council offered their support to create a new Talent Attraction Program Scholarship or TAP Scholarship.  In an effort to bring more college graduates to the community, this scholarship

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