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For 20 years, Clinton resident Philip Memmer has been helping local writers — whether they’re looking to write that first memoir or wanting to develop their manuscript for a prospective publisher … more
FRANKFORT — Clinton native Steve Hale has made a lifetime habit of accomplishing what others have told him is impossible. After 16 years of ups and down, he’s now taking that attitude right to … more
CLINTON — The Village Crossing store is seeking new ownership after an 11-year run at 11 W. Park Row. The owner of the small woman’s clothing boutique, Joyce Polanowicz, of Cassville, said … more
CLINTON — Tom's Whole Earth Natural Foods, Clinton's oldest grocery store located at 16 College St., has re-opened under new ownership after 48 years. Retiring former co-owners and founders Tom … more
CLINTON — The Clinton Warriors track team has a new feather in their winged heeled running shoes this year and this one goes all the way to the top. Head track and field coach Norm Deep Jr. has … more
CLINTON — The Clinton Youth Foundation board members and Clinton Pool staff opened the Jack Boynton Community Pool on Sunday, July 5. New rules and procedures have been adopted to keep everyone … more
CLINTON — An early Clinton Central School graduation diploma was awarded this year to a young man who’s life after high school is to answer his nation’s call and enlist in the United States … more
WESTMORELAND — Anna Foley has gone from a “one-woman operation” in Barneveld to teaming up with several area dealers to offer a wide array of antiques and collectibles at Antiques & Art … more
CLINTON — A political science professor at SUNY Oswego, Clinton resident Dr. Helen J. Knowles is about to release two vastly different new books — one about the politics of free speech and the … more
CLINTON — There’s a new temporary dining area in the heart of the village to accommodate people getting their takeout meals and enjoying them while they’re still fresh and hot. When the … more
CLINTON — “They say it takes a village and ours is truly the best,” is what Clinton resident Kristen Martin wrote on her Facebook page describing the Clinton Central School Class of 2020 … more
CLINTON —The 2020 Clinton Farmer’s Market opened on Thursday, June 4, on a more spacious Village Green setting than in years past. It will run each consecutive Thursday until Oct. 1. The hours … more
CLARK MILLS — There's a new drive-thru take out food option in Clark Mills, but it's not a burger or pizza joint, and the proceeds go to protect those who protect the community by way of the Clark … more
CLINTON — A sophomore at Clinton Central School is using her “stay-at-home” time and a bit of artistic creativity to say, “thank you” to the heroes on the front lines, while also helping … more
WESTMORELAND — Fifty-nine graduating seniors of the Westmoreland Junior/Senior High School have been publicly recognized in the form of pictorial banners erected along Route 233 this month. … more
WESTMORELAND — With school days suspended, and then eventually closed for the remainder of the year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Westmoreland Central School Physical Education Teacher Greg … more
CLINTON — The short answer to whether the long-running summer’s Farmer’s Market season will take place in Clinton this year is yes. However, new restrictions in the midst of the … more
CLINTON — A group of five residents literally lit a path in and out of the village on Saturday, April 18 in tribute to essential workers going to and from their jobs along Brimfield Street during … more
KIRKLAND — Supporting essential workers since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic seems to be getting a lot of support. One local resident decided she would support the Kirkland Police … more
CLINTON — While many are working to preserve the health and economics of man, women and child during the COVID-19 pandemic, local volunteers from Mohawk in Herkimer County are making sure no one … more
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