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When it comes to school safety, residents of Westmo look out for each other

Denise Szarek is unique among candidates for the Westmoreland Board of Education — she is someone who actually survived a school shooting. It happened on June 16, 1970, four days before her high school graduation at Bishop Grimes High School in East Syracuse. The first shot was through a door only a few feet away from where she was taking a Regents exam. Luckily no one was... 4:00pm 04/18/18

Westmo Democrats are red, white, blue, and Westmo Green

Westmoreland is a bigger town than people often realize, with over 6,100 people at the last census. But it’s a one-party town and that’s not healthy for democracy. So, all of us on the Westmoreland Democratic committee are trying to change that. We got off to a great start under the leadership of our past chair, James Novak who (we’re so proud to say) has stepped down to work... 4:00pm 04/11/18

Clinton in running to become Hockeyville

CLINTON — The Clinton Arena has made it in the Top 4 for a chance to become the next Kraft Hockeyville USA 2018 and possibly win money to make some upgrades.  In order for this to happen, the community needs to start spreading the word to vote. Voting won’t open until Friday, April 13. Also in the running are Brandon, S.D., Middlebury, Vt. and Shreveport, Louis..  Here’s a... 4:00pm 04/04/18

April 4 marks National Walking Day

The American Heart Association’s “Healthy for Good” initiative seeks to improve heart health by encouraging individuals to establish small lifestyle changes, including smart eating and more moving. Physical activity is promoted through the AHA’s National Walking Day, which occurs on the first Wednesday of April each year. This event can be celebrated in any community by anyone... 4:00pm 04/04/18