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Local psychologist releases first children’s book

Yesterday at 12:00 PM

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 …

New shop owner plans to support local merchandise

Thursday, September 17

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 …

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Clinton’s CVS to become COVID-19 drive-thru test site

Yesterday at 12:00 PM

CLINTON — CVS is adding more than 2,000 new COVID-19 drive-thru test sites, including one at the pharmacy at 39 Meadow St. Self-swab tests are free to patients and available to individuals meeting …

St. James Episcopal welcomes guest preacher

Thursday, September 17

CLINTON — St. James Episcopal Church, 9 William St., will have Zoom worship services on Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 19 and 20, led by the Rev. John Crosswaite. Services are held every weekend …


Suanne (O’Hara) Savino

Thursday, August 20
On August 9, 2020, in her home, surrounded by family, the Lord called Suanne O’Hara Savino to be with her original family. She was born to John and Esther (Marriott) O’Hara in Utica, NY on …

Thomas Moore

Thursday, July 9
Thomas F. Moore, 66, of Clinton, NY, died peacefully at home on June 23, 2020. Born in Gardner, MA, Tom graduated from Staples High School, Westport, CT, and St. Lawrence University, Canton, NY. He …

Joanna L. (LaFaro) Moore

Thursday, June 11
Joanna (LaFaro) Moore, age 85, died peacefully at St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center, on Monday, May 25, 2020, after a sustained illness. She was born October 1, 1934 in Frankfort NY, the youngest …
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Clinton Arena to reopen Nov. 2

Thursday, September 10
OPENING IN NOVEMBER — The Clinton Arena will open for the season on Nov. 2, a delay of over a month due to the COVID-19 pandemic. There will be health and safety guidelines in place, including a limit of 20 people in the venue. The rink, which also closed early for the 2019-20 season, is also not yet ready to hold public skating events, according to the Town of Kirkland.
CLINTON — The Clinton Arena will reopen on Nov. 2, according to Town of Kirkland Parks and Recreation manager Patty Maxam. The rink would typically open in late September but COVID-19, which caused …
HALE YEAH —Steve Hale, owner of Steve’s Restoration and Hot Rods in Frankfort feels gratified sitting in his office as his first episode of a new YouTube series named “Wild Ride” premiered on July 28. The episode depicts the ups and downs of this Clintonian’s life as he climbs the ladder of success and personal growth.

Don’t tell Steve Hale ‘it can’t be done’

Thursday, August 6
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 …
helping writers — Philip Memmer, executive director of the Syracuse YMCA Downtown Writers Center and published poet.

Clinton resident celebrates 20 years as executive director of Syracuse YMCA Downtown Writers Center

Thursday, August 6
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 …
OPPORTUNITY AWAITS — Standing in the doorway of the Village Crossing On the Green fashion boutique, is owner, Joyce Polanowicz, who’ll be retiring later this year after bringing the women’s clothing store to 11 W. Park Row in Clinton 11 years ago. She hopes to pass along what’s become a staple storefront along shopper’s row to someone with life experience and energy.

Village Crossing looking for new ownership

Thursday, July 23
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 …
OPEN FOR BUSINESS — Tom's Natural Foods, 16 College Street in the Village of Clinton has re-opened under new ownership as founder Tom Bell and Bonnie Wood retire in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. The founding couple opened the store on June 2, 1972, ran it for 48 years and were planning to retire in the fall of this year. The new owners paid homage to their predecessors by re-opening on June, 2 2020.

Village grocery store reopens with new owners.

Thursday, July 16
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 …
RECEIVING HIS DIPLOMA — Clinton Central School graduate Luke C. Stell was awarded his diploma early by school officials, at his home on Saturday, June 20, so as to not miss his enlistment date. Pictured from left are CCS high school Principal Dr. Matthew Lee, Staff Sergeant Matthew R. Martel, Stell and CCS superintendent Dr. Stephen Grimm.

Clinton grad gets diploma early in order to join Marine Corps

Thursday, July 9
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 …