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After much thought and consideration, Thursday, Nov. 26, will be the last printed edition of the Clinton Record, according to Bradley Waters, Rome Sentinel Co. publisher which owns the publication. … more
CLINTON — While the traditional community Shoppers’ Stroll and Holiday Parade will not be happening this year due to COVID-19 restrictions, local residents and visiting families will still have … more
CLINTON — Being an avid athlete most of his life, Michael Hoover, of Clinton, decided this year he’d take his passion for running to the next level. Hoover made the decision to fully dedicate … more
CLINTON — Emma Fazekas, daughter of Justen and Bianca Fazekas, of Clinton, was recently crowned the International United Miss New York Princess and will represent the state at the International … more
CLINTON — It’s gooey, melt-in-your-mouth goodness fried in specialty seasoned butters, homemade right-on-premises, and Anna and Sharrone Sofer say it will be like no toasted cheese sandwich … more
CLINTON — When Dr. Helen J. Knowles isn’t inside her classroom teaching political science at SUNY Oswego or conducting extensive research for her latest project or book, she’s out showing her … more
CLINTON — As a …, Kellie E. Kiesel has written and published a fair share of scientific papers that have appeared in..psychological journals, but recently, she switched gears and became a … more
CLINTON — Noel Visalli has been in retail for about 20 years and decided it was time to have a storefront of her own. When owners of the former Adirondack Cheese Co. Inc., store decided to close … more
Major Matthew Boise and wife Jodi had just moved from Fort Drum to Fort Polk in Louisiana with their young family when their community was struck hard by Hurricane Laura. The Westmoreland natives … more
WESTMORELAND — With safety guidelines in place as they were for the blueberry picking season, North Star Orchards, 4741 Route 233, is gearing up and ready for those seeking the plumpest, juiciest … more
CLINTON — Back in 1945, two men were digging into a cliff in Egypt and accidentally came across an old jar that to their disappointment, didn’t contain gold, but instead a series of books. Those … more
CLARK MILLS — Buell Fuels, in an effort to provide help to both local people in need and local dairy farmers hard hit by the COVID-19 pandemic, has donated 300 gallons of milk to the Country … more
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
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