National Grid: 1,800 Workers Deployed, High Winds Could Hamper Repairs

On Tuesday morning, March 2, National Grid said exceptionally high winds continued to take down trees and wires across Massachusetts, including in Hamilton. The company’s largest service disruption involved transmission line outages impacting 7,800 customers in Dracut and Andover. National Grid said it deployed more than 1,800 personnel in New England as part of its … Continued

COVID-19 Clinic on Sunday, February 21 is Full

All appointments are full for the COVID-19 clinic on Sunday, February 21. If you filled out a form with Conley’s Drug Store, please come to the Hamilton-Wenham Rec Center on Sunday, February 21, between 1 p.m. and 2 p.m., regardless of the date on your confirmation email. If you filled out a form for the … Continued

Town Health Officials: We are Working Hard To Get Vaccine

Dear Hamilton residents, We want to let you know about Hamilton’s efforts to get the vaccines to our residents and the difficulties we have been experiencing doing so. When vaccines first became available, the town of Hamilton registered to be a municipal vaccination site and received approval from the state Department of Public Health (DPH). … Continued

Snowstorm Bumps Back Trash Pickup by a Day for Week of Feb. 1

The snowstorm this week will bump back trash and recycling pickup by a day in Hamilton. Trash, recycling, and organics collection will start on Thursday, Feb. 4, and run through Saturday, Feb. 4 this week. If your usual pickup day is Wednesday it will instead be Thursday and pickup will be pushed back by a … Continued

Green Compost Barrel Distribution Starts Thursday, Jan. 28

The Hamilton DPW will begin the distribution of green compost bins starting Thursday, Jan. 28 to residents that have submitted a green compost barrel application. Compost exemption applications are under review and DPW will be in contact with those residents starting Feb. 1. Residents are reminded that all trash will be picked up until all … Continued