► Sections: Home | News | Features |  SportsEntertainment | Announcements | Obituaries  | Forms

Legacy of bravery

No region of the young United States would be left untouched by the hand of war as it swept across the nation from 1861 to 1865. Communities like Waterville, Clinton, Marshall and Sangerfield, although small, would not be exempt from their duty to preserve the Union. Men and boys, some no older than 16, would soon find themselves a part of close-knit units, locally recruited,... 4:00pm 07/04/18

CCS grad heads off to bike country and build homes for the needy

CLINTON — Inspired by a friend, Caroline Smiegal is biking hundreds of miles cross-country, serving communities by helping to build homes for the needy through the Bike & Build program. The 2014 Clinton Central School graduate attended Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pa., where she earned a bachelor’s degree in American studies this spring. She is the daughter of Paul and... 4:00pm 06/20/18

Residents mark Gun Violence Awareness Day

CLINTON — In honor of National Gun Violence Awareness Day, which is observed on June 1, a group of Clinton residents held a candlelight vigil at the Village Green to honor those who had lost their lives to gun violence as well as their loved ones left behind. “On an average day, 96 Americans are killed by guns,” said organizer Jennifer Deweerth, “On average there are nearly... 4:00pm 06/06/18