Examples of hometown in a Sentence
She returned to her hometown to stay after college.
Recent Examples of hometown from the Web
There's no shortage of memorials to Armstrong in his hometown.
Christian Pulisic is in Washington, D.C., for the holidays, more than a two–hour drive from his hometown of Hershey, Pa. That left him roughly 130 miles from his dog—and as any dog owner would tell you, that's 130 miles too far.
For Logan Palmer, from Decatur, Ill., joining the Navy was a chance to see the world far away from his small hometown.
After starting his career in the press office of the agricultural division of the University of Maryland, his alma mater, Sitrick spent the 1970s working in various public relations jobs in his hometown.
The holiday season in Chicago often means great things for the city’s musical institutions, as local musicians who spend much of their time on the road coalesce in their hometown.
Anyone with maps or local knowledge of urban renewal projects in their hometown is encouraged to get in touch through the website.
Rossello's announcement came as federal legislators plan to investigate the contract awarded to the small company from Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke's hometown.
In other words, N.W.A., which became infamous among conservatives for glorifying violence, began its first album by noting how pervasive such violence is in their hometown, and how little anyone seems to do about it.
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