Rick Hamilton

Rick Hamilton

Rick was part of Hunny when it first signed on and spent several years doing mornings, making friend and a lot of great memories. He thought a move to a different time slot at a different radio station would be best. After a couple years away he came back home and started a new morning show on December 4th of 2017.

Rick is a native of Huntingdon county and loves everything about his hometown in central Pennsylvania. He tries keep on top of the local events happening and bring them to you on the air and here at HUNNY 103.com.

Latest Posts

LOCAL NEWS | MARCH 22, 2019

LOCAL NEWS | MARCH 22, 2019

Charges were filed against several people after a gunshot was fired into an apartment in Lewistown.  On March 17th, officers from the Lewistown Police Department responded to 405 East Walnut Street for a report of a gunshot.  Police arrested 29-year-old Aaron Johnson, 29-year-old Amber Heather, and 23-year-old Kaitlin Heather, all of Lewistown, on numerous counts.  […]
LOCAL NEWS | MARCH 21, 2019

LOCAL NEWS | MARCH 21, 2019

Authorities are searching for the driver of a hit-and-run crash earlier this month in Lewistown.  Borough Police say the driver of a large truck struck a vehicle and the porch steps of a home on Bratton Avenue in the early morning hours of March 11th.  The driver of the truck fled the scene.  The vehicle […]
LOCAL NEWS | MARCH 20, 2019

LOCAL NEWS | MARCH 20, 2019

Fire and emergency response organizations serving the 171st Legislative District have been awarded nearly $186,000 ($185,881.62) in state grant funding, according to Representative Kerry Benninghoff (R-Centre/Mifflin).  The grant program was created by the State Legislature and administered by the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency, and Office of the State Fire Commissioner.  Funds were allocated to the […]
LOCAL NEWS | MARCH 19, 2019

LOCAL NEWS | MARCH 19, 2019

Bolstered by five focus groups with over 60 participants throughout an 11-county region, SEDA-COG has a renewed mission and strategic plan to meet the needs of Central Pennsylvania.  The year-long process involved surveys of staff, the board of directors, and focus groups.   The plan’s four strategic goals are expanding opportunities for business development; promoting development […]