Hamilton approves significant financing for Spooky Nook complex
HAMILTON — City Council members unanimously approved key pieces of financing for the $144 million Spooky Nook Sports Champion Mill that hopes to open by Dec. 31, 2021.
March 2020: Project Update
Spooky Nook Sports Champion Mill project in Hamilton, Ohio. Project update for March 2020.
Spooky Nook: With financing hurdle overcome, cranes to move
HAMILTON — With the most difficult part of the financing for $144 million the Spooky Nook Sports Champion Mill project completed this week, “you’re going to see cranes moving,” the city’s financial adviser told the...
Longtime Butler County mobile home park cleared to take advantage of coming Spooky Nook
ST CLAIR TWP. — In 1955, Hamilton pilot and jack-of-all-trades Virgil Wardlow bought a mobile home park and car salvage lot in St. Clair Twp. and renamed it Airway, for his love of flying.
Main Street properties sold at auction could include new Hamilton restaurant, businesses
HAMILTON — An unnamed buyer of the building at 573-575 Main St. in Hamilton plans to add a restaurant there, the latest plans for an eatery along Hamilton’s Main Street corridor.
Champion Drive? Blvd? Resident suggests name change for Spooky Nook street
HAMILTON — North B Street isn’t a name that properly represents the importance of the former Champion Paper mill that used the address, or the immense Spooky Nook Sports Champion Mill sports complex that will occupy...
Hamilton’s 2019: A year of big moves, Spooky Nook, Hollywood and more
HAMILTON — The year 2019 had advancements and rising hopes for the future for Hamilton, which continues to improve after the Great Recession.It was “a banner year” for income-tax receipts for the city, up 4.2...
‘Smart’ traffic-signal system coming to Hamilton to help flow
HAMILTON — City officials said they were overjoyed to learn they will receive a $4.2 million grant in 2022 to install a “smart” system of traffic signals that can adjust to vehicle congestion in real time and make...
Hamilton sees another income tax revenue boost: What to know about spending
HAMILTON — This has been “a banner year” for income tax receipts for Hamilton, with those revenues up 4.2 percent, city Finance Director Dave Jones recently told members of the city council’s finance committee.That...