The Arts Join Forces to Fight Hunger

Earlville Opera House to Host Concerts for the Hungry

(Earlville, NY – April 2013) In tough times, hunger goes on the rise. Five years after the onset of the financial crisis, hunger remains high in the U.S. and in Central New York. The Earlville Opera House and Treasures of the Heart of NY are joining […]

Proud of Hamilton Community

To the Editor:

To the residents of the Village of Hamilton: It seemed very strange last Tuesday not to be sitting at a Village Board Meeting. It has been our pleasure to serve on the Board for a collective 27 years.

During this time we’ve seen improvements at the airport (including economic self-sufficiency), the continued […]

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 […]

Madison, Hamilton Hold Joint Public Hearing

Seated from bottom left to right are Hamilton Trustee Jim Bona, town of Madison Councilmen Greg Reuter, Brad Dixon and Jim Lundrigan, Madison Supervisor Ron Bono, Madison Councilwoman Patricia Bikowsky, Hamilton Mayor Sue McVaugh, and Hamilton Trustees Russ Lura and Suzanne Collins. (Margo Frink)

Boards to determine annexation of Wendt property within 90 days

By […]

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 […]