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CLINTON — The Village of Clinton Board met on Monday, Nov. 4 for its regualry scheduled meeting held in Lumbard Hall at 100 North Park Row. Trustees Benjamin J. Fehlner and Elizabeth C. Tantillo … more
CLINTON — Clinton resident and professor of political science at SUNY Oswego, Dr. Helen J. Knowles, has just released her third book. Knowles served as the lead co-author of, “Lights, Camera, … more
CLINTON — Artisans’ Corner Gifts (pronounced ART-TI-SANS) on the corner of College and Williams Streets in Clinton is not your average gift shop. First of all, the age-old building served as … more
YORKVILLE — “This is one thing I can do for the world to make it better.” Linda Mackos said she wants local residents to know that while much attention has been given lately to abuse cases at … more
KIRKLAND — Junior Girls Scouts from Girl Scout Troop 20477 in Clinton were at Kirkland Town Park Saturday, Oct. 26 helping to clean up trash and debris, and to install new recycle bins. Troop … more
CLINTON — Rachel Bartunek, of Westchester County, has been living in Clinton for about four years and loves the village so much she feels like a local. Well, almost local. Hence the name of her new … more
CLINTON — Clinton Pottery has designed, produced and sold pottery in the Village of Clinton for more than 40 years, albeit not in the same location. However, what’s always remained the same is … more
CLINTON — A shy, quiet kid who would maybe “crack a joke in the back of the classroom” in high school, Tina Fey would evolve into one of the most renown queens of comedy. The executive … more
CLINTON — Christopher Columbus himself is not celebrated on the second Monday in October in America, rather it’s the idea of the man that’s commemorated said Alexander Hamilton Institute … more
CLINTON — Who gives a hoot about an Eastern screech owl that suffered injuries in a recent accident? Kirkland Police and Lindfield Transmission and Auto Repair do. On Wednesday, Oct. 16, Senior … more
CLINTON — The Kirkland Trails group, Hamilton College President David Wippman and Kirkland town officials gathered Monday, Oct. 7 on Dugway Road in Kirkland to celebrate the groundbreaking of the … more
CLINTON — “Go big or go home.” Or should that be “grow?” For Steve Marley and wife Jeanne, of Clinton, they’ve gone so big on their garden tomatoes, they actually just might have broken a … more
CLINTON — “Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds.” It’s been 25 years that Bob Lasalle has loaded up his … more
ROME — She was born in West Berlin, Germany, relocated and lived in Canada as an adult and presently lives in Clinton, a brand new United States citizen. Along with 49 other people from 25 other … more
WESTMORELAND — From sauces, pies and cider to taking a crisp, juicy bite, New York apples are ready to be picked at the local orchards, a favorite fall past-time for several area families. George … more
KIRKLAND — The Kirkland Trails NY committee has now received a permit from the state to go ahead and develop the historic Chenango Canal Trail for recreational use following an effort that’s … more
CLINTON — Alexander Hamilton Institute resident fellow Dr. Mary Grabar has published the book, “Debunking Howard Zinn: Exposing the Fake History That Turned a Generation Against America,” which … more
CLINTON — Growing up watching the series “Grey’s Anatomy” may have inspired Erika Rose (Shankman), as a young girl, to want to become a doctor, but she’d later discover that she was more … more
CLINTON — Typically the Clinton Cider Mill opens the first week in September, after Labor Day. But this year the sugared cider doughnuts and sweet apple pressed beverage came early as the Fehlner … more
CLINTON — Animals that do well in urban areas tend to be the ones that learn to make use of resources such as the food humans throw away. But is our food actually good for them? A new study … more
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