Hampton city council to consider two-thousand acre annexation

The Hampton city council passed the first read towards annexing nearly two-thousand undeveloped acres on Tuesday, October 8, by a 6-0 vote. The annexation proposes to increase the city's size by 54%. A second read of the annexation is expected in November. Hampton's present-day city limits primarily cover areas east of US 19 / 41... Continue Reading →


Slate of newcomers qualify in Hampton

Qualifying for city council positions occurred last week and Moving Henry Forward reached out to the cities for an update. A total of thirteen positions will be on the ballot this November within our municipalities. Qualifying for all positions ended on Friday, August 23, at 4:30 pm at each city’s respective city hall. This article has... Continue Reading →

Hampton calls meeting to discuss SPLOST V

The city of Hampton joins several others in calling special meetings to discuss the SPLOST V program and consider approval of an intergovernmental agreement. The city council will meet on Wednesday, July 17, at 7 pm at Hampton city hall. The string of meetings comes as county and city officials disagree over how to split... Continue Reading →

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