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The town or city of one's birth, rearing, or main residence.



the town or city in which one was born or lives or has one's principal residence.
[1910–15, Amer.]
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Noun1.hometown - the town (or city) where you grew up or where you have your principal residence; "he never went back to his hometown again"
town - an urban area with a fixed boundary that is smaller than a city; "they drive through town on their way to work"
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In its current statement, the retailer said Sears Hometown will pay a cash dividend to Sears Holdings before the separation, representing a portion of the USD446.
The merger between Athol-Clinton Co-operative Bank and Hometown Bank passed its last hurdle this week with FDIC approval.
Twelve winners received awards at the American Red Cross Hometown Heroes event in Valencia because they displayed heroic or humanitarian actions in the community and their caring, compassionate and charitable actions exemplify the spirit of the Red Cross.
Then you'll have our hometown, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Kozma explained, "With Our Hometown, publications are not only getting the features they need but also the features they want but didn't think they could afford.
M2 EQUITYBITES-October 12, 2012-Sears Holdings completes separation transaction of Sears Hometown and Outlet business(C)2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
12 June 2012 a[euro]" US middle-market buyout and growth equity firm Ridgemont Equity Partners said on Tuesday it had completed the purchase of a majority stake in Ohio-based urgent care medical services provider Hometown Urgent Care.
The shareholders of Athol-Clinton Cooperative Bank and Hometown Bank met on consecutive days this week and both groups unanimously approved merging the town banks.
But behind all the schmoozing and banquets, one of the nation's best-known civil rights groups is courting a lower-profile player, one some say is just as powerful a player: hometown associations.
Paul Kozma, Our Hometown CEO, explains, "While infinite scrolling has existed for some time, to be valuable to readers, it has to be easy to use without being frustrating.