Hamilton! in the news – July 9, 2014

Here’s your daily news roundup:

Bridgewater Falls shopping center sold
Butler County shopping destination Bridgewater Falls Lifestyle Shopping Center has been sold to a new ownership group effective Wednesday, according to an email obtained by JournalNews and sent by a property management staffer.This follows comments by property owner Phillips Edison & Co. of Blue Ash in May 2013 that the …

Food Network star visits Hamilton brothers’ eatery
Food Network star Guy Fieri arrived in Cincinnati this week to film a segment at a restaurant owned by two Hamilton brothers. John and Joe Lanni of Hamilton opened Bakersfield OTR in February 2012 at 1213 Vine St. in Over-The Rhine’s Gateway Quarter, Joe Lanni said. The restaurant — which …


Hamilton hires new finance director
The city of Hamilton announced Tuesday that it has hired a new director of finance — a position that had been open since December 2012.Thomas Vanderhorst, currently the finance director for the city of Loveland, will take over management of Hamilton’s finances beginning in mid-August, according to city officials. Vanderhorst …

Hamilton grad to appear on TV game show
Amanda Mosser, a 1999 graduate of Hamilton High School, will appear on a TV game show this week.“Hollywood Game Night” is scheduled to air at 8 p.m. Thursday on NBC.Mosser, 33, a bio-implant specialist for LifeNet Health who moved from Chicago to Los Angeles in October, is the daughter of …

Chamber launches ‘Hidden Cash’
The Greater Hamilton Chamber of Commerce is launching a new initiative this week called Hidden Cash.Cash is placed in an envelope, which is then given to a local business in the area to hold. The chamber will post clues to the location of the “hidden cash” via its Facebook page. …

As CORE Fund grows, director separates for-profit, nonprofit work
The executive director of a fund created to invest in downtown Hamilton redevelopment says he can keep his job leading the nonprofit’s day-to-day work and his personal architecture business separate. Launched in December 2012, the Consortium for Ongoing Reinvestment Efforts (CORE) Fund is a private nonprofit that has raised more …

Plans for former SMART Paper site move forward
Nearly two weeks after the former Champion/SMART Paper mill’s smokestack was demolished in Hamilton, the site’s owners are moving forward to create new development on the nearly 45 acres west of the Great Miami River.The Champion Paper Mill was founded as a coating mill in 1894, and paper-making continued on …

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