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I believe the operator you are looking for is inurl: (e.g. https://www.google.com/search?q=inurl:hamilton) which will search for keywords in the url. Hopefully you can use this along with some keywords to find the site you are after.
The general answer from Google is that you can't get google to recognize symbols as literals in a search. There are a few special things symbols are used for (e.g. - to negate a word) and other than that they're ignored. It's unfortunate, but that's what seems to be for most search engines. SymbolHound is a search engine designed to fix this problem, but ...
You can't search by a distance, all you can do in Google maps is "Search Nearby". Follow these instructions to do this: Open the new Google Maps. Search for a location. For example: your work address. Click the search box once. Click Search nearby. Type the category of places you want to search. For example: "coffee shops." Hit Enter. Source
Many people and organisations set up Google Alerts to search for themselves: if the Alerts service notices a reference to some keywords that you have set up a Google Alert for, it then notifies you about it.
Go to https://www.google.co.uk and search for football. I get results only about soccer and not american football.
Probably by specifically removing NFL from the search results. Use -nfl as part of your search string.
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