September 17, 2014
Russell Woodbridge has known he wanted to be a pastor for almost as long as he can remember, saying, "I actually put it in my high school yearbook, but I didn't know how it would actually turn out."
September 10, 2014
CLINTON - Students at the Lewin Joel School in Clinton were greeted by a new face when school started this year: Joseph Macrino, the new assistant principal. Joseph, a self-proclaimed voracious reader, musician, and exuberant learner and...
August 20, 2014
It's a question for philosophers: what is art? But some local Rotary clubs also have an answer. As a fundraiser to support clean water efforts in Mexico, the clubs are sponsoring an unusual medium for artistic endeavor: the potty seat. The Painted Potty Art...
August 6, 2014
Nearly 10 years after Chris Cryder first decided that protection of The Preserve would be his mission, he can now celebrate the fruits of his labor. Even the birds seem to conspire to give him this happy moment by leaving handfuls of ripe wild wineberries...
July 30, 2014
Sue Zirlen has vivid memories of growing up in Clinton. Of course, in those days she was still Sue Steigleder. Many of her recollections involve the Henry Carter Hull Library. It was a central part of her life.
July 23, 2014
When Dean Finch was born on June 30, 1914, Woodrow Wilson was president, Ford's Model T had only been on the road for six years, World War I was still a month away, some guy named Babe Ruth was about to join the Red Sox, and a gallon of gas cost 12 cents.
July 16, 2014
For 35-year Westbrook resident Beverly Schirmeier, art has always been a part of life. From age five, when she would melt her crayons together in her Easy Bake Oven to create the colors she wanted, she knew her calling was to be an artist.
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.
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).