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Spooky Nook bringing 'economic nuclear explosion'

HAMILTON, Ohio — It has been only a few weeks since Tano Bistro opened at 150 Riverfront Plaza in Hamilton, but already owner and chef Tano Williams is looking for more.

This beat-up Hamilton building could be the residential gem of the Spooky Nook project

HAMILTON — Sam Beiler, the Pennsylvania developer behind the gigantic Spooky Nook at Champion Mill indoor sports complex and convention center, has his eyes on the building along the hillside behind the complex, and...

Will Spooky Nook create the need for 1,000 Hamilton hotel rooms?

HAMILTON — If the under-construction $144 million Spooky Nook at Champion Mill, a gigantic indoor sports complex and convention center, is as successful as owner Sam Beiler thinks it will be, Hamilton alone will need...

Companies moving to Hamilton’s city tower: 5 reasons it’s a big deal

Why is the location of two high-tech agriculture businesses in Hamilton’s city-government building a big deal?

Hotel brand to open first Ohio location in West Chester

WEST CHESTER TWP. — The first Ohio location of the new avid Hotels brand is coming to Butler County.Rainmaker Hospitality is investing approximately $10 million to bring the 95-room avid Hotel to 8927 Lakota Drive...

August 2019: Project Update

Spooky Nook Sports Champion Mill project in Hamilton, Ohio. Project update for August 2019.

Hotel boom bringing more revenue to Butler County, with 6 more coming soon

Hotel construction, already booming in Butler County since 2014, is picking up steam, which is padding the county’s coffers.

Hamilton, Fairfield see biggest June housing sales jumps. Their leaders explain why.

BUTLER COUNTY — While southwest Ohio had sluggish home sales in June compared to 2018, several Butler County communities saw increases, including two of the county’s biggest.

Former paper mill renewing prominence as the center of Hamilton’s identity

HAMILTON - On Oct. 13, 2011, the paper mill announced it was closing. In 2012, for the first time in a century and a half, Hamilton became a city without paper manufacturing. But while these buildings sat vacant for...

Hamilton apartment complex being razed to improve driving to huge Spooky Nook project

HAMILTON — An apartment building on B Street, not far north of Hamilton’s High-Main Bridge, was torn down this weekend when traffic going past the structure was lighter.

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