Monday, April 15, 2013
An essential get-me-going daily morning column from Hamilton-Wenham Patch.
Today is Monday, April 15. Here are five things you need to know in Hamilton and Wenham: 1. 50: The temperature is forecasted to get to about 50 degrees today with increasing clouds throughout the day. 2. Football: Registration opens on Monday for Hamilton-Wenham Generals Youth football for the fall 2013. Registration is open through June 30. There is a $25 early bird discount on or before May 15 and a late fee of $50 will be charged for registrations received after June 15. 3. Taxes: Yes, tax deadline day is here. Federal taxes are due by 11:59 p.m. on Monday, but you have an extra day to finish your state taxes because Monday is a state holiday. 4. Marathon: The Boston Marathon – arguably the most famous marathon in the world – will be …
Monday, September 10, 2012
The Generals youth football teams opened the season on the road in Danvers this past weekend and will come home this coming weekend to host Winthrop for the home openers.
Monday, September 10, 2012
The Hamilton-Wenham Youth Football teams opened up another season of youth football this past weekend with games occurring across the program’s five levels. The Hamilton-Wenham Youth Football League, which joined the Cape Ann Youth Football League in 1984, currently has more than 105 players involved in the program, with players participating from the second grade all the way up to the eighth grade level. The program also has more than 64 cheerleaders across three squads. The Hamilton-Wenham league is a 100 percent volunteer organization that relies heavily on volunteers to coach and on the sponsorship of local businesses, organizations and families. The teams all host the team opener next weekend, with all the teams playing against …
Sunday, November 20, 2011
The "Week in Review" wraps of some of the major stories from Hamilton and Wenham from the past week, including the opening of a new home for Acord Food Pantry and continued work on combined the finance departments of both towns.
Looking back at the past week in Hamilton and Wenham, here are the top stories. 1. Hamilton Selectmen Have No Immediate Plans for Trash Plan Revote The plan to change the way trash, recycling and organics are collected in Hamilton will not be revoted, two members of the Board of Selectmen who support the plan said last week. Town officials are developing educational materials that will be distributed late this year, in advance of the program rollout, likely in March. The plan calls for weekly collection of recyclable material and organics and biweekly collection of trash. The plan is designed to save the town money by increaising recycling and decreasing trash disposal costs while also reducing trash pickup costs. 2. Acord Food Pantry …
Wednesday, November 16, 2011
The Hamilton-Wenham Generals Youth Football A team finished its undefeated season with a win over Danvers in the Cape Ann Youth Football League Super Bowl last weekend.
In a battle between two undefeated teams with unblemished 10-0 records, the Hamilton-Wenham Generals Youth Football A team took on Danvers in the Cape Ann Youth Football (CAYFL) Super Bowl in North Reading last weekend. After a first half in which both teams sparred like heavy-weights in a title match, the score remained 0-0 at the break. Kicking the ball to Danvers to start the second half, Hamilton-Wenham held the Falcons to a three-and-out series which would turn the tide of momentum in their favor. Following that stop, the Generals’ Cam Macri broke a tackle and raced 74 yards for the go-ahead score. After failing to convert on the two-point attempt, the Generals’ Nico Serpa booted a deep kick-off to start the Falcons deep in their own …