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BATISTA AUTO REPAIR, LLC 317 N Erie Hwy., Hamilton, OH
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Men's Wearhouse and Tux 3318 Princeton Road, Hamilton, OH
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About Hamilton

Hamilton is a city in Butler County, Ohio, United States. The population was 60,690 at the 2000 census. It is the county seat of Butler County.GR6 2005 estimates indicate a slight population increase to approximately 61,943.


Hamilton was laid out as Fairfield in 1794, but took the name of Fort Hamilton, the army post established there by General Arthur St. Clair and named for Treasury Secretary Alexander Hamilton. From there, St. Clair and General Richard Butler, namesake of the county, marched north in 1791 to fight Indians. Butler was killed in the expedition. The 'father of Hamilton' and a leading statesman was James McBride.

Hamilton was first incorporated by act of the Ohio General Assembly in 1810, but lost its status in 1815 for failure to hold elections. It was reincorporated in 1827 with Rossville, the community across the Great Miami River in St. Clair Township but the two places severed their connection in 1831 only to be rejoined in 1854. It became a city in 1857. On March 14, 1867, Hamilton withdrew from the townships of Fairfield and St. Clair to form a paper township.

The paper industry, iron works, and manufacturing works thrived in Hamilton in the early to mid twentieth century due to the migration of skilled German immigrants and presence of a good water supply needed by industry; in the forms of the Great Miami River, Miami Aquifer and the old Miami Erie Canal system. Many military supplies needed for WWII were manufactured in Hamilton; including tank turrets, liberty ship and submarine engines, machined and stamped metal parts. Hamilton was one of the Ohio cities severely impacted by the Great Dayton Flood of 1913.

In the 1920s, many Chicago gangsters had second homes in Hamilton. This gave Hamilton the nickname "Little Chicago." John Dillinger is documented to have been a visitor to Hamilton. During World War II, due to the large number of gambling and prostitution establishments such as Madame Freeze's and the long row of prostitution establishments along Wood Street (now called Pershing Ave), the entire city was declared off-limits to military personnel.

In May of 1986, in order to draw attention to the city, Hamilton changed its name to Hamilton! (with an exclamation point), though the change was dismissed by the United States Board on Geographic Names.[1] The exclamation point is rarely used today and has not technically been a part of the city's legal name in recent years [2]

The city is the birthplace of the late Radio/TV broadcaster and former actor Dean Miller,the late game show host Ray Combs, Joe Nuxhall, a star pitcher and longtime announcer for the Cincinnati Reds baseball team and also the youngest major leaguer ever, two members of the highly successful funk band The Ohio Players: Leroy Bonner and Greg Webster, and R&B/Funk legend Roger Troutman, who - with his brothers - formed the band Zapp. James Ruppert who murdered 11 members of his entire family on Easter Sunday in 1975 including 8 nieces and nephews, lived in Hamilton. Captain John Cleves Symmes (died 1829), constructed the Symmes Theory of Concentric Spheres and Polar Voids which contended that the earth was hollow and that the inside could be reached through the polar regions. It is also the home of the Christian Rock band "instereo". Singer and movie star Doris Day broke her leg when riding in an automobile which was struck by a train in Hamilton. Former U.S. Senator Eugene D. Millikin, of Colorado, was born and raised in Hamilton.


Hamilton is served by the Hamilton City School district. The district is currently experiencing a $200 million building project that includes eight new elementary schools, a new freshman school, two completely renovated middle schools and an upgraded high school complete with two new gyms, a new media center, six new classrooms and a new cafeteria. Talawanda, Ross, and New Miami School Districts also serve corners of the city.

Miami University has a branch in the city. Miami Hamilton opened in the 1960's and now consists of seven buildings and over 3400 students. Another branch is found in nearby Middletown, Ohio and has about 2,500 students.

Badin High School, a private Catholic school serves the city and surrounding area, as well as several Catholic elementaries.

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