06/09/2015 - 4:34pm
North Side elementary school updates are on schedule, superintendent says.
The main hallway is barren. Tiles have been ripped away and a dusty breeze blows through. Rolls of carpet sit on empty classroom floors.
The gym is piled high with classroom furniture. It will remain there until North...
06/09/2015 - 4:32pm
Coulter residents will hit the streets and pack city park next Saturday during the community’s annual Firemen Fun Day celebration.
Multiple events like a parade, childrens’ games and car show are planned for the all-day festival. Firemen Fun Day is geared towards families and children, and organizers are...
06/09/2015 - 4:31pm
After a four-year move and expansion project, Mexican restaurant La Frontera welcomed visitors to their new location Friday
A long-empty storefront at 200 First St. NW is now home to the family-owned restaurant and grocery store. La Frontera operated in a smaller location across the street for 11 years, said owner Jose...
06/09/2015 - 4:29pm
Tuesday on the Town contributor Mike Betten received a surprise during the Hampton City Council’s workshop on Monday night.
The meeting began with the introduction of the Sarah Dunn Band. Just arriving to town before the meeting, Mayor Brook Boehmler invited the band to meet with the city council.
06/09/2015 - 4:28pm
H-D Drama Dept. awarded for "Music Man" production
Young thespians from Hampton-Dumont High School hit the big stage last week during a special ceremony honoring the best musical theater performances of the year.
Members of the H-D Drama Department participated in the third annual...