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Teens Chat at Henry Carter Hull Library

 July 11, 2014

Summer Teen Book Chat at Henry Carter Hull Library features THE RAFT by S.A. Bodeen on Monday, July 14th at 4:00. 

Probation for Westbrook Woman in Drone Assault Case

 July 10, 2014

A Westbrook woman charged with assaulting a teenager who was using a drone to film above Hammonasset Beach has been granted a special form of probation.

Dean Finch Gets Breakfast Free for Life

 July 9, 2014

For Dean Finch, a longtime Clinton resident, making it to 100 means not only now being part of the exclusive centenarian club, but also that he gets his breakfast at the Clinton McDonald's free for the rest of his days. This was a promise made to him by owners...

Oh, the Things You Will See at 'Seussical'

 July 9, 2014

CLINTON - Looking for something local and fun to do with the entire family? Head over to Clinton's Andrews Memorial Town Hall for a live performance of Seussical, a musical with a guest appearance from Clinton First Selectman...

Malone’s Moving Down the Road

 July 9, 2014

CLINTON - Malone's Sandwich and Coffee House will soon have a new address at 350A East Main Street, Clinton. Owner Sue Mugavero's three-year lease is up, and the popular breakfast and lunch establishment is making a swift move down the...

Come Fish for Blues

 July 9, 2014

CLINTON - For shoreliners, summertime means fishing for bluefish, and Clinton is the unofficial epicenter of this sport. In an effort to ignite a healthy interest in this positive, outdoor activity, Clinton Youth & Family Services will...

Another Hold Up for Morgan School Project

 July 9, 2014

The $64.7 million new Morgan school project is still in a holding pattern, waiting on state officials to come to the site and formally inspect the 36-acre property on Route 81 that will eventually be home to the new school.

The Morgan School Fourth Quarter Honor Roll

 July 9, 2014


Register for the 40th Annual Clinton Bluefish Festival

 July 9, 2014


Meeting Tonight about Propane Storage Facility in Clinton

 July 7, 2014

A Planning and Zoning Public Hearing will take place tonight, July 7 at the Clinton Town Hall at 7 p.m.

Elizabeth Tucker: Living the Library Dream

 July 3, 2014

A self-described "librarian nerd with glasses," Elizabeth Tucker has had a passion for books "forever"-and now she gets to live her dream as the new adult program librarian at the Henry Carter Hull Library (HCHL) in Clinton.

Wanted: Game Changer for Unilever Site

 July 2, 2014

Creating a "game changer" in the downtown area: that's the goal of Clinton's consultants The Cecil Group. While the group has several ideas for what the town can do to attract and shape redevelopment in the area, it also acknowledged that the true game changer...

Propane Public Hearing Continues July 7

 July 2, 2014

The Planning & Zoning Commission continues its public hearing for the proposed wholesale propane distribution facility at 140 Knollwood Drive on Monday, July 7 at 7 p.m. in Andrews Memorial Town Hall. This meeting follows a June 2 public hearing that...

Clinton Considers Cell Tower at Town Hall

 July 2, 2014

AT&T is proposing a cell tower on the rooftop of the William Stanton Memorial Town Hall building, just above the auditorium stage. An application for this tower is currently in front of the Planning & Zoning Commission (PZC) as well as the Zoning Board...

Second Suspect Arrested in Town and Country Market Burglary

 June 30, 2014

Clinton Police have arrested a second suspect that they say was involved in the Nov. 28, 2013 burglary of Town and Country Market, 153 Glenwood Road, Clinton. The burglary was the second of two burglaries at that market in November.

Streetscape Project Going On

 June 30, 2014

The Streetscape Project that is currently underway in Post Office square is nearing completion soon, and should be finished by July 2.

Renovations Complete, Clinton's Annex Building Now Open

 June 25, 2014

Just 10 short years ago the former police station next to the Town Hall was deemed uninhabitable. Today, with an infusion of some $1.7 million, the building is open as multi-use town space.

Preserving the Eliot Harbor Hay Meadow

 June 25, 2014

Eighty six year old Lucy Elliot recently made a very important decision to ensure that a treasured parcel of land, a little more than 18 acres running along the Indian River to the mouth of the Clinton Harbor, will be part of the unique, open landscape in town...

Erica Gelven: A Voice for Parents and Teachers

 June 25, 2014

The assignment always given out by this local psychology professor is to put the kids of Clinton first, and that's exactly what Erica Gelven has been doing for the past three years as part of the 100-plus-member strong Clinton Parent Teacher Association (PTA).

Precious Bundle of Joy

 June 25, 2014

Just look at this adorable face! Doesn't that spell love? Forgotten Felines has many precious kittens who need homes right now, including Gordo, pictured. Please open your heart and adopt an angel baby who would otherwise spend his or her life in a shelter. If...

Citizens Academy Graduation in Clinton

 June 25, 2014

Recently, 27 residents from the town of Clinton successfully completed the 10-week Clinton Police Citizens Academy.

Cheryl Mehalik Luyster Fund Supports SSKP

 June 25, 2014

The Cheryl Mehalik Luyster Fund at the Community Foundation of Middlesex County has awarded a grant of $2,000 to the Shoreline Soup Kitchens & Pantries (SSKP). Luyster's friends and family created the fund to honor and remember Luyster, a longtime Old...

‘Double-Stuffed’ Oreo

 June 25, 2014

If you're ready for a lap cat to rub all over you, look no further. Meet Oreo! Oreo is a six-year-old white-and-black female. Oreo has been at the shelter for a few years now and during that time has become a wonderful, loving kitty looking for a lap to live in.

Unilever Redevelopment Meeting

 June 23, 2014


Route 1 Paving Begins This Weekend

 June 20, 2014

The Connecticut Department of Transportation is announcing that a milling and re-surfacing project will be performed on Route 1 in Westbrook.

New London Woman Arrested for Role in Local Market Burglary

 June 20, 2014

A New London woman was arrested on Thursday, June 19 for her involvement in a November 2013 burglary at Town and Country Market, 153 Glenwood Road, Clinton.

Selectmen to Vote for Town Meeting Call

 June 19, 2014

After many years of discussion, today the Board of Selectmen's planned vote to approve a June 30 Town Meeting call will finally move forward the proposal to buy the Preserve as open space.

Westbrook Woman Headed to Court over Beach Drone Assault

 June 18, 2014

A 17-year-old Clinton boy flying a drone last month at Hammonasset Beach in Madison was attacked by a Westbrook woman who called him a pervert.

Seeking Nominations for Beacon Awards 2014

 June 18, 2014

We're looking for a few great residents and we're asking for you to help us. Nominations for the 2014 Beacon Awards are now underway.

Meet the New Clinton Chamber Director

 June 18, 2014

The new executive director of the Clinton Chamber of Commerce is wasting no time jumping into her position, as she already has a pet project she's pushing-having the town win the state's Fan-Favorite Town contest.

Fresh Start for Clinton Farmers Market

 June 18, 2014

CLINTON - After a few years' absence, the Clinton Farmer's Market is returning this year in a new location, and organizers are hoping it will be bigger and better than ever.

Larry Hayden: He’s the Town’s It Guy

 June 18, 2014

Two years ago, Larry Hayden retired as lead engineer for Global Desktop Engineering responsible for Pfizer's 125,000 personal computers deployed around the world, but after a year in retirement, he decided he wanted to return to computer work if he could find...

Kittens Have Arrived

 June 18, 2014

Have you been anticipating the arrival of kittens? Morgan, pictured, and his brother, Shamrock, are among a variety of kittens of many ages, colors, and personalities who are waiting to be adopted. All of the babies are in foster homes and can be seen by...

Big Tag Sale This Weekend

 June 16, 2014

 St. Mary’s Annual Tag Sale will take place this Saturday, June 21, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at St. Mary’s Church located at 54 Grove Street in Clinton. Don’t miss out on some good stuff. For more information, call 860-669-9016.

Haz Waste Disposal Day

 June 12, 2014

Ready to purge your basement and garage of old hazardous household products? This Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. is your chance.

People in the News

 June 11, 2014


Seeking Public Input on Rt. One’s Future

 June 11, 2014

TRI-TOWN - To plan for future improvements to Route 1, members of the public-business owners, residents, visitors-need to speak now about what they want.

Second Time’s the Charm for BOE Budget

 June 11, 2014

CLINTON - After being voted down by just 12 votes at last month's referendum, the Board of Education (BOE) budget experienced a dramatic reversal of fortune in its second go-round. Following a cut of $110,000, the $32,321,098 won...

Propane Opposition Links Clinton, Madison

 June 11, 2014

CLINTON - It was a packed room on June 2 as residents from both Clinton and Madison showed up at the Clinton Town Hall to voice their opinions on a proposed propane storage facility along the Hammonasset River.

You’re ‘Gunnar’ Love This Cat

 June 11, 2014

Gunnar has the softest gray fur you can imagine. If a color had a feeling, this is what gray would feel like. He has striking green eyes, loves to play, and is a complete cuddlebug who can't get enough petting, holding, lap time, and attention. Come in and meet...

Clinton’s Ceniccola’s Celebrates Summer with Second Annual MS Pig Roast

 June 11, 2014

Jacqueline "Jacq" Sembor is once again partnering with Clinton's Ceniccola's Italian Deli & Pizzeria to ring in the summer months with the second annual Jacq B Nimble, Jacq B Quick MS Pig Roast, this year on Sunday, June 22 from noon to 4 p.m. at...

Bob Bell: The Cat in the Hat

 June 11, 2014

Bob Bell wears many hats: a red hat when he is playing a circus train ringmaster, a black bowler when he is a railroad baron, an entire costume when he is Sir Topham Hatt on Thomas the Tank Engine weekends. But whatever else is on his head, he always wears an...

Seven Clinton Residents Graduated from Xavier High School

 June 6, 2014

These seven high school seniors recently graduated from Xavier High School in Middletown. Now they are off to college this fall.Ross Bohan-Florida Atlantic University

Budget Passed in Clinton

 June 5, 2014

On the second try the Clinton Board of Education budget passed at referendum. A total of 2785 residents voted. There were 1559 yes votes, and 1226 no votes.Following the vote count the Board of Finance met to set the twon mill rate at 26.27.

Test Shift Explained

 June 4, 2014

In 2001, Congress reauthorized the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA). With its new provisions, the reauthorized bill became known as the No Child Left Behind Act. One of its mandates required that students from grades 3 through 8 and in one high...

Students, Teachers React to SBA

 June 4, 2014

Last week the Old Saybrook schools ended the first district-wide administration of a new generation of computer-based standardized tests: the Common Core-based Smarter Balanced Assessment (SBA) for language arts and math. And now the reactions are coming in.

One Says ‘Goodbye,’ Another ‘Hello’

 June 4, 2014

CLINTON - After serving the Clinton Public Schools as the Special Services director for the past 26 years, Janet Brisson has decided to embrace retirement, reconnect with old friends, spend time with family, and read without worry about the...

Finance Director Position Temporarily Filled

 June 4, 2014

CLINTON - As of last week, the position of finance director for the Town of Clinton has been temporarily filled by interim Finance Director June Wall through BlumShapiro temp services.

Celebrate with Strawberries

 June 4, 2014

CLINTON - It's spring, the weather is finally nice, school's almost out, and a great New England summer awaits, so why not get together with friends and neighbors to celebrate while helping out others in need and enjoying the most widely...

Bjornberg Accepts Democratic Nomination in 33rd State Senate District

 June 4, 2014

Emily Bjornberg of Lyme was unanimously endorsed at the 33rd State Senate District Democratic Nominating Convention before a standing-room only crowd at the Old Town Hall in Haddam last month. The 33rd district covers Chester, Clinton, Colchester, Deep River,...

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