Madison County Community Services Board Announces 2011 Community Service Awards Recipients

(Wampsville, NY – June 22, 2011) The Madison County Community Services Board held its annual meeting, dinner and awards ceremony at the Greystone Castle in Canastota.

The highlight of this event is the presentation of the Community Services Awards and the Floyd Bennett Mental Hygiene Advocacy Award. These awards are presented annually to one or […]

Town of Hamilton Residents Protest at Farmers’ Market Opening


A resident of the Town of Hamilton holds a sign for Mike Hotaling’s father.

Sharon Risley and Karen Hotaling, two Town of Hamilton residents angry with their revaluations.

Town of Hamilton resident Joe Koen finds meaning in Joni Miller’s 1968 song “Urge for Going.”

State Sen. David J. Valesky (D […]

Public Works Committee Hears from Village of Hamilton

Madison County Board of Supervisors

By Martha E. Conway

(Wampsville, NY – April 26, 2011) Representatives from the village of Hamilton spoke to members of the Madison County Board of Supervisors Public Works Committee last week about returning county routes continued within the village limits to the county’s road inventory.

Mayor Sue McVaugh, Trustee […]

Hamilton Farmers’ Market Begins 36th Season

Dignitaries to speak on agricultural topics at May 7 opening

(Hamilton, NY – May 2011) The Village of Hamilton will conduct a press conference in conjunction with the opening day of the Hamilton Village Farmers’ Market selling season. The location will be at the Gazebo on the Village Green on May 7 from 11 to […]

Annexation Moves Forward

Arbitrators to decide where Wendt property will reside

By Margo Frink

(Hamilton, NY – March 8, 2011) The Hamilton Village Board passed a resolution Tuesday night to move forward with court proceedings regarding the annexation of property just north of the village on Route 12B owned by Wesley Wendt. The vote was unanimous.

The […]

Hamilton: Chocolate and Train Fest to Make a Comeback

By Margo Frink

(Hamilton, NY – Jan. 11, 2011) Ben Barrett was the first order of business at the Hamilton Village Board meeting last Tuesday. Barrett was making an annual request to close Broad Street from 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesdays from May 24 to Sept. 6 for the weekly Cruise In night. He said […]