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Software Tops Motorcycles for Police Priority

 April 23, 2014

CLINTON - Insurance funds from the Clinton Police Department's two damaged motorcycles will streamline the department's scheduling process rather than replace the now-defunct motor unit.Using insurance money...

Get Ready for the Fourth Annual Bike Fest

 April 23, 2014

CLINTON - Grab your helmet and a water bottle and get ready to be part of the fourth annual Bike and Pedestrian Festival on Saturday, May 3 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Clinton Town Hall. Organized by the Bike Pedestrian Alliance of Clinton...

Clinton Faces Reevaluation

 April 23, 2014

CLINTON - The process of the 2015 revaluation (reval) in Clinton is beginning. The State of Connecticut requires that each town conduct a physical reval every 10 years and an update reval every five years. The last physical reval was done in...

The Law Is On His Side

 April 23, 2014

For Pat Labbadia, being a lawyer was the natural progression of his life."I was always interested in law and politics and I just knew from a young age that this is what I wanted to do. I am grateful that I have been able to...

Roll Out with Royce

 April 23, 2014

This handsome black and white boy is a real character. Royce loves to be at the center of things, and is one of the shelter room greeters. He is tall, thin, and affectionate, and enjoys being held. He is both playful and laid back-the perfect combination. To...

Water Work in Town

 April 23, 2014

 

Water Work in Town

 April 23, 2014

 

Electronics Recycling Day Buys Diapers

 April 22, 2014

Time to clean out the drawers, basement shelves, and other spots where you've stored old iPods, cellphones, computers, and other electonics while waiting for right chance to dispose of them properly.

'Trails to Ales' Hike Planned

 April 22, 2014

With the advent of spring, it's time to get outside again. If you're an eager hiker in excellent condition, consider joining a rigorous Saturday hike of the Old Saybrook trail system. The nearly four-hour nine-mile hike will be on Saturday, April 26, from 1 to 5...

Community Workshop Meeting to be Held

 April 22, 2014

There will be a Community Workshop on the Unilever Draft Plan on Wednesday, April 23, at 7 p.m. in the Green Room of Clinton Town Hall. Presented by The Cecil Group, Clinton's consultants for the Vibrant Community Initiative Grant from the Connecticut Trust...

Public Hearing to be Held April 30

 April 21, 2014

 

Transfer Station Open

 April 17, 2014

The Transfer Station in Clinton will be open on Friday, April 18th from 7:15 a.m. to 3:15 p.m.

Would You Like to Try Some Wine?

 April 16, 2014

CLINTON - After a popular first outing last spring, the Clinton Chamber of Commerce returns for its second annual Wine, Beer, and Assorted Tastings on Friday, April 25 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Town Hall. This tasty twilight gathering has...

Public Transportation May Go North

 April 16, 2014

CLINTON - Offering an idea touted as good for local pocketbooks as well as the environment, the 9 Town Transit (9TT) authority is proposing a public bus route to run from Madison, over to Clinton, up Route 81 through Killingworth and Haddam, and...

Budget Goes to Referendum

 April 16, 2014

CLINTON - It was a lackluster turnout at last week's budget public hearing in Clinton-30-plus people attended, and the majority of those were in support of passing the budget as is."I am being cautiously...

Lauren Martinez: Part of the Community

 April 16, 2014

For Lauren Martinez, being part of Clinton's Partners in Community (PiC) is a definite "meant to be." Originally from Narragansett, Rhode Island, new PiC grant coordinator and her husband, Alejandro, were recently residents of Fairfield when they decided to make...

Pretty Pinky Pleads for a Perfect Person

 April 16, 2014

Pretty Pinky is pristine white with amazing green eyes that look right at you and beg you to take her home. This gorgeous girl is playful and cuddly and gets along well with other cats. She is a true sweetheart who is just waiting for her perfect person to come...

Medication Take Back Day

 April 16, 2014

The National Medication Take Back Day will be Saturday, April 26 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Clinton Police Department. The first 40 attendees will receive a free medication lock box.

Fire Departments Ask for Food Help

 April 16, 2014

When you buy food for your holiday or family dinners this weekend, remember that many local residents still face food insecurity - and add some extra non-perishable items to your basket to donate to the Shoreline Soup Kitchen.

Middlesex Emergency Clinic Open House

 April 14, 2014

This Saturday, Apr. 19, from 10 a.m to 2 p.m. the public will gets it first chance to see and tour the new Middlesex Emergency Clinic on Flat Rock Place.

Need a Shredder

 April 14, 2014

  

Making Connections at Expo

 April 9, 2014

Beautiful spring weather didn't dissuade hundreds of residents from visiting their favorite local businesses and organizations at the Clinton Chamber of Commerce 23rd annual Expo at Town Hall on April 5. The Chamber's next event at Town Hall is its annual Beer...

Relief Approved from Flood Rule Rate Rises

 April 9, 2014

How would you spell relief? If you live in a flood zone and use your home as a primary residence, your relief is in the Grimm-Waters Act.In the aftermath of Tropical Storm Irene, U.S. legislators acted to reform the policy of...

Morgan Construction on Hold Pending Permits

 April 9, 2014

The good news is that no funding has been lost for the new Morgan School Project; the bad news is that timelines have been delayed due to permit acquisition both at the state and federal level.According to State...

Husky Helper Day, Not this Year

 April 9, 2014

CLINTON - In May 2014, The Morgan School student body was going to again aid in a town-wide spring clean-up. However, due to an overwhelming amount of absences on last year's Husky Helper Day, Principal Keri Hagness has decided to instead take...

Clinton Train Station on Hold

 April 9, 2014

With the new Westbrook Train Station finally open, new, modern stations await commuters at every stop on the Shore Line East line-every stop but Clinton, that is. Is Clinton's long-delayed makeover up next?Unfortunately,...

A Digital Childhood in Progress

 April 9, 2014

CLINTON - Growing up in an age of "screen time," everywhere you turn is a new concept, and parents today often aren't sure how to tackle this weighty issue. One of the best pieces of advice for parents? "The genie is not going back in the...

Morgan School Donates to Rotary Club

 April 9, 2014

All athletes and The Morgan School student body recently helped raise funds in the fight against cancer. With the support of the Morgan athletic department, administration, and the Morgan Booster Club, athletes wore pink throughout the month and through popcorn...

Meet Oliver!

 April 9, 2014

Oliver is a wonderful 10-month-old orange tabby male. He is very sweet and can be a huge love bug once he gets to know you. He loves to have his head rubbed as well as under his chin. He also will roll over to expose his belly for rubbing! He is quite the...

Blarney Will Charm You

 April 9, 2014

Blarney is a gorgeous brownish-gray tiger with riveting eyes and "kitty eyeliner." He is sweet, cuddly, very playful, and always ready to love and be loved. He adores chasing laser pointers and, after exhausting himself, finding a lap to curl up and sleep in.

Mark Your Calendars Clinton Residents

 April 7, 2014

 

People in the News

 April 2, 2014

Dean's List for Fall 2013The following residents were named to the dean's, presidents', and/or merit lists at their respective colleges and universities for the fall 2013 semester, unless otherwise noted. The student's...

Beach Upgrades for Residents Two-Legged and Four?

 April 2, 2014

In 2011 Tropical Storm Irene targeted the gazebo at the Clinton Town Beach with uncanny accuracy, damaging it so much it needed to be scrapped. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) allocation to replace the structure, however, substantially missed the...

Bill Frederickson: For the Common Good

 April 2, 2014

For Bill Frederickson, giving back is simply a way of life. Through volunteerism, Bill has found a way in his retirement to stay active, stay healthy and happy, and remain a useful and needed asset to his own community as well as those around him.

Chambers Help Navigate Health Insurance Changes

 April 2, 2014

The Clinton, Madison, and Shoreline Chambers of Commerce invite the public to a panel discussion "Health Insurance for the Small Business Today" on Thursday, April 10 from 8:30 to 10 a.m. at the Mercy Center, 167 Neck Road, Madison.

Clinton Visits Washington D.C.

 April 2, 2014

Eight Morgan School students will be using their free time over April vacation, not to catch up on sleep or hang out, but instead to learn and absorb everything they can about government in Washington, D.C. Chaperoned by history and civics teacher Mike Graham...

Crazy for Cupcakes in Clinton

 April 2, 2014

What better way to spend a couple of hours on a Saturday night than to sample cupcakes? An array of cheerfully colored and lovingly baked cupcakes will be presented at the first-ever Crazy for Cup Cakes Families Helping Families (FHF) fundraiser on Saturday,...

Get Ready for the Chamber Business Expo

 April 2, 2014

For the past 23 years, local businesses have come together to celebrate Clinton and to give their establishments a face at the annual Clinton Chamber of Commerce Business Expo. This year this free event takes place on Saturday, April 5 from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

LVVS Road Race Ahead

 April 2, 2014

Literacy Volunteers Valley Shore (LVVS) holds its seventh annual April Fools 5K Run, 3K Walk, and Backward Mile on Saturday, April 5 at 8:30 a.m. at Essex Town Hall, 29 West Avenue. The race has something for everyone, including a lollipop run for children aged...

Peregrine’s Landing Resident Celebrates 104th Birthday

 April 2, 2014

Angela, a resident at Peregrine's Landing at the Shoreline in Clinton, recently hit a milestone, her 104th birthday! The staff at Peregrine's helped her celebrate her special day.

Hurry in for Patience

 April 2, 2014

Patience is a stunning gray-and-white cat with beautiful golden eyes. She is incredibly sweet and outgoing and loves to play and sit in laps. Patience has been through a lot of drama in her young life and would like nothing more than a forever home of her own.

Interested in Dogs

 March 31, 2014

A Clinton Dog Park Meeting has been scheduled for 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 2nd at the Town hall in the Rose Room.

Walking the Preserve in Photos

 March 27, 2014

Want to view the Preserve but not sure you're ready to hike outside yet? Here's your chance to take a walk through the Preserve in pictures. 

Spin-a-thon for Y's Hope Is Power

 March 26, 2014

From left, Tim Fagan, Margaret Malaquias, and Bill Lazine participate in the spin-a-thon to benefit the YMCA Hope Is Power cancer survivor program on March 22 at the Valley-Shore Family YMCA in Westbrook. More than 70 people took part in the event, which raised...

'Tarzan' Comes to The Morgan Stage

 March 26, 2014

The Morgan School stages the musical Tarzan on Thursday, March 27; Friday, March 28; and Saturday, March 29 at 7 p.m. and Sunday, March 30 at 2:30 p.m.in the school's Gagnon auditorium, 27 Killingworth Turnpike, Clinton. Tickets are $15 per person...

People in the News

 March 26, 2014

 

Jared Eliot Middle School Second Quarter Honor Roll

 March 26, 2014

 

Charlie Adams: Keeping Busy at 90

 March 26, 2014

Charlie Adams just celebrated his 90th birthday with a little help from some of his fellow volunteers at the Westbrook Food Pantry site at St. Mark Church. The group, which has affectionately nicknamed Charlie the "Egg Man," threw him a surprise party honoring...

Task Force Discusses Affordable Housing on the Shoreline

 March 26, 2014

Responding to a need for affordable housing in local communities, the Shoreline Basic Needs Task Force has invited a panel of experts to a forum that will identify needs and ways to meet those needs, as well as dispel myths about affordable housing.

Cuddle Up with a Pair of Kittens

 March 26, 2014

These adorable and precious angels are available for adoption through Forgotten Felines, as are many others. Bert (male) and Cookie (female) are friendly, playful tiger siblings who await their new home. Do you need a laugh, a hug, a purr and a smile? These...

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