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CLINTON — People unable to gather in restaurants right now and who need a break from staying in might want to consider a meal from the “Brake from the Grind Farm to Truck” canteen truck. A … more
WESTMORELAND — The brewing has begun. Earlier this month, co-owners Matthew Taylor and Keith Richards received their state liquor license — the green light to start up their farm brewery — 7 … more
CLINTON — Clinton resident Meaghan Curley, has had a poem published in the recently established Barren online magazine, a publication that openly calls for people to submit their poetry, … more
CLINTON — Everyone speeds at some time or another, but the side street named New Street, between Brimfield and Kellogg streets in the Village of Clinton is becoming not so much a nuisance, but a … more
CLINTON — For 34 years Jim Scoones has been a Village of Clinton volunteer fireman. For the past two years he’s been the Clinton fire chief. He informed the village board at its February meeting … more
CLINTON — When mentioning the word, “shipwreck,” people may think of large cruise ships like the famed Titanic or massive pirate ships that once traveled the high seas long ago. But 30-year … more
CLINTON — In celebration of Music in Our Schools Month, both Clinton and Westmoreland central schools will present their 2020 school musicals March 5-7. Clinton Central School will present … more
NEW HARTFORD — Once upon a time, a young Clinton boy bought his very first comic book at longtime local comic shop Ravenswood off Seneca Turnpike. That was the start of Frank Albertine’s comics … more
Clinton native Sun-Ly Pierce has won the first prize of $10,000 in the Houston Grand Opera’s prestigious competition for young singers, according to her alma mater, Bard College in … more
WESTMORELAND — For teen-agers, deciding which career to pursue after high school can be intimidating. But for Westmoreland Central School students, the College and Career Enrichment Program helps … more
CLINTON — The week of Jan. 27 was a big one for members of Clinton Figure Skating Club. Not only were they hard at work sharpening their splits, spirals and flip jumps for competition on Jan. 30 … more
KIRKLAND — While many local neighbors are awaiting a time when warmer temperatures will remind them to take trips to their local ice cream shop for their favorite frozen treats, the Bonomo’s have … more
CLINTON — Future plans, available funding and current efforts to develop a network of connected multi-use trails, paths and bike lanes through the Kirkland-Clinton area were highlighted during the … more
CLINTON — Not quite a year old and Wheelie is already becoming quite the cover cat. The orange tabby who became a resident of Clinton Pet Vet Rescue and Sanctuary on Dwight Avenue when he was … more
CLINTON — After being passed the mayoral torch from John L. Crossley, who served his community for almost three decades, Mayor Steven J. Bellona said he’s “keeping the home fires burning” as … more
CLINTON — Mike Orsino, Kirkland town parks and recreation superintendent retired on Tuesday, Dec. 31 after over 50 years of preserving, maintaining and improving the long-standing Clinton Arena, … more
CLINTON — Whether it be parents of students visiting Hamilton College, or family of area residents, once those spare rooms in their domicile get taken by the first in-laws to call them, it’s … more
CLINTON — Thanks to Clinton Elementary School’s Mighty Milers who put their sneakers to the pavement and gymnasium floor, they were able to secure a slot for School Monitor Ryan Dugan to run this … more
CLINTON — Joining the nationwide observance, National Wreaths Across America Day was held in the Village of Clinton’s Old Burial Ground Cemetery on Saturday, Dec. 14 in remembrance of its 49 … more
CLINTON — Tired of having to plan a meal for the family each evening after work, or eating by yourself and just need enough food for one? A new eatery in Clinton has you covered. Co-owners Leah … more
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