Hamilton have announced the signing of defensive midfielder Will Collar from Brighton.
Celtic will kick-off their quest for a ninth straight Ladbrokes Premiership title against St Johnstone on August 3.
Hamilton and In The Heights creator Lin-Manuel Miranda has announced his next Broadway project.
Owain Fon Williams believes signing for Hamilton can get him back in the Wales squad.
Mickel Miller is among four Hamilton players to re-sign with the club for next season.
The SPFL transfer window has officially opened and Scottish clubs can now start chopping and changing their squads as they gear up for the new season.
Striker Steven Davies has signed a new one-year contract with Hamilton.
Hamilton have signed their second player from St Johnstone this summer with the capture of midfielder Blair Alston.
Hamilton made their second summer signing after announcing the capture of Falkirk defender Ciaran McKenna.
Hamilton have thanked Gary Woods and Ziggy Gordon for their service in maintaining the club’s top-flight status as both prepare to quit the club.
Hamilton have thanked “fantastic servant” Gary Woods for his part in keeping the club in the top flight after the goalkeeper announced he was quitting Accies.
Brian Easton has re-joined Hamilton for a third stint, Accies have announced.
Hearts will face former player and head coach Robbie Neilson’s Dundee United side in the Betfred Cup.
Defender Matt Kilgallon is among eight players leaving Hamilton following the expiry of his contract.
Brian Rice wants Hamilton to be a magnet for young footballers in Scotland.
Brian Rice insists ensuring Hamilton will play Ladbrokes Premiership football for a record sixth season has topped anything he has achieved in his career.
Hamilton secured their Ladbrokes Premiership status for a record sixth season with a 2-0 home win over St Johnstone.
Tommy Wright insists St Johnstone will be going all out to finish the season on a high at Hamilton as Accies’ battle to avoid the relegation play-off comes down to the final day.
Hamilton goalkeeper Gary Woods believes they can and will enjoy their survival battle against St Johnstone after being given licence to express themselves by head coach Brian Rice.
Hamilton head coach Brian Rice hopes his commitment to attacking football can help his players approach their decisive Ladbrokes Premiership fixture with vigour.
Oran Kearney praised the patience of the St Mirren players and fans after the dramatic 2-0 home win over Hamilton took the relegation battle to the last day of the Ladbrokes Premiership season.
Goals from Kyle McAllister and Kyle Magennis ensured St Mirren’s fight for automatic safety will go to the last day of the Ladbrokes Premiership season after a dramatic 2-0 win over fellow relegation battlers Hamilton.
A dog-walker was seriously injured in an attack by a gang of youths in South Lanarkshire.
Brian Rice will be putting his faith in youth next season regardless of Hamilton’s fate.
Reegan Mimnaugh is one of the young Hamilton players who will be trying to ensure Ladbrokes Premiership survival in Paisley on Monday night.
Brian Rice insists Hamilton’s relegation battle with St Mirren on Monday night is to be enjoyed not dreaded.
Dundee again failed to offer any public assurances over manager Jim McIntyre’s future after the club’s relegation was confirmed by a 1-0 home defeat by Hamilton.
Jim McIntyre took responsibility for Dundee’s relegation following a 10th consecutive defeat but remained “absolutely determined” to lead them back into the top flight.
Tony Andreu’s late penalty consigned Dundee to relegation and put Hamilton firmly in the driving seat to avoid a play-off.
Scott Wright will not be following Dundee through the Ladbrokes Premiership trapdoor if they go down – but that will not stop the Aberdeen youngster from giving his all to the Dens Park cause.
Jim McIntyre insists he “absolutely” expects to be Dundee manager next season – even if his side lose their fight for Ladbrokes Premiership survival.
Brian Rice has warned his Hamilton squad it would be folly to think they are safe from automatic relegation.