Hall Cottage - Jane Hinckley broke ground for this cottage in 1895. Thomas W. Hall, who had a leather business in New York City, provided money for the cottage after hearing George Walter Hinckley, Good Will's founder, speak in 1890. This was the first building on the Good Will-Hinckley Campus to be wired for electricity, which preceded the arrival of electricity to the surrounding area by about fifteen years. The original cottage was torn down and this one built.
We have had a fantastic response for this years event and we have now filled all of our available stands with some amazing businesses. If you are in business, looking to make new contacts or thinking of starting your own exciting new venture then this event is not to be missed. It's free to attend so clear your diary and experience Hinckley's biggest business event. Www.hinckleybusinessmarket.com
Residents and businesses have until April 1 to apply to be a stop on the 2016 Medina County Fall Foliage Tour. This year's event will be held Oct. 8 and 9 in Liverpool, Brunswick, Hinckley and Granger townships.
Hinckley SW Leicestershire is a thriving market town with a great mix of multiple and independent retailers. In the last 5 years Hinckley Town Centre Partnership has delivered a town centre strategy with a strong brand identity. A town centre and business community regularly promoted to the local community. A more welcoming town centre with maps, history trails, guides and helpful information available both online and at key locations throughout the town.
Thank you for visiting the Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce! Here, you will find information for visitors, local citizens, business owners, and people who are interested in relocating to the mid-Maine region. Our region includes the towns of Waterville, Winslow, Oakland and Fairfield, as well as the beautiful country-sides of Albion, Belgrade, Benton, Burnham, Clinton, Hinckley, Rome, Sidney, Shawmut, Thorndike, Unity and Vassalboro.
In 2000 - during a White House ceremony attended by James S. Brady, President Bill Clinton signs the Brady handgun-control bill into law. The law requires a prospective handgun buyer to wait five business days while the authorities check on his or her background, during which time the sale is approved or prohibited based on an established set of criteria. In 1981, James Brady was shot in the head by John Hinckley, Jr., during an attempt on President Reagan's life.