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Obituaries • Published Feb. 23, 2021 05:01 p.m.

Robert ‘Bob’ Thompson

Robert “Bob” Thompson, 86, of Clinton passed away on Feb. 19, surrounded by his loving family. Born Sept. 19, 1934, in Athol, Massachusetts, he was the youngest of eight children of...

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Local News • Published Feb. 24, 2021 08:00 a.m.

State Explains Process for Possible Preservation in Clinton

In light of the announcement that a historic home located at 151-153 East Main Street may be spared from demolition, the Harbor News reached out to State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) to...

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Local News • Published Feb. 23, 2021 03:10 p.m.

Clinton Moves Forward on Fire Dept. Water Tanks

In order to improve the ability of the Clinton Volunteer Fire Department to fight fires in some parts of town the department will install new water storage tanks. The Town Council authorized the...

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Local News • Published Feb. 24, 2021 08:27 a.m.

New Tool for Clinton Town Council: Student-Run Budget Survey

As the Clinton Town Council prepares to make its recommendation on a proposed budged the members will have a new tool: the results of budget surveys conducted earlier this winter.In order...

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Local News • Published Feb. 24, 2021 07:00 a.m.

1,000 and Counting

Huskies’ senior captain Catie Donadio (center) joined an elite group on Feb. 20, scoring the 1,000th point of her high school career—and this despite the shortened seasons the...

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Person of the Week • Published Feb. 24, 2021 08:30 a.m.

Alan Kravitz: A Man with a Plan

The Planning & Zoning Commission (PZC) is the entity in Clinton charged with monitoring developments and land use in any town. If you’ve paid attention to any decision rendered by the...

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Letters • Published Feb. 24, 2021 08:00 a.m.

Use Caution

I’m writing to discuss an observation and to warn the public of a potential danger in our local environment.Anyone who has driven north on Route 79 will have noticed dozens and...

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Sports • Published Feb. 21, 2021 06:09 p.m.

Co-op Hockey Team Drops Two Contests

The East Haven co-op boys’ ice hockey team moved to 0-3 on the season after taking two defeats last week. The team features athletes from several local high schools, including Morgan and...

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Sports • Published Feb. 21, 2021 05:58 p.m.

Morgan Boys’ Hoops Posts Two Convincing Wins; Gymnastics Off to Solid Start

Boys’ BasketballThe Morgan boys’ basketball team notched lopsided victories over North Branford and Valley Regional in last week’s action. With these...

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Sports • Published Feb. 20, 2021 07:24 p.m.

Donadio Scores 1,000th Point to Highlight Huskies’ Big Week

The Morgan girls’ basketball team had a big week in more ways than one last week. In addition to winning both of their games, the Huskies also saw senior captain Catie Donadio score the 1,...

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Sports • Published Feb. 20, 2021 03:04 p.m.

CIAC Allows Three More Sports for Winter Season; Spring Games Slated to Start April 10

The Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference (CIAC) made some major announcements regarding the status high school sports in the upcoming weeks. The CIAC added a couple of sports to its...

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Obituaries • Published Feb. 17, 2021 04:38 p.m.

Hamlin ‘Ham’ Bell

Hamlin “Ham” Bell, 90, passed away peacefully at his home on Jan. 25. Born May 11, 1930, in New York, New York to the late Claire Smith Odell and William Henry “Harry”...

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Obituaries • Published Feb. 17, 2021 04:34 p.m.

George H. Eccleston

George H Eccleston was born on Aug. 27, 1928, in Troy New York. He passed away Feb. 12, 2021.He was predeceased by his parents George and Lucy Eccleston and sisters Lucille and Florence....

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Person of the Week • Published Feb. 17, 2021 08:30 a.m.

Jeremy Taylor: Making Sure The Music Plays On

The COVID-19 pandemic has presented particular challenges for teaching music in schools and Old Saybrook is no exception. But music instruction has continued, thanks to the district’s...

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Local News • Published Feb. 17, 2021 09:28 a.m.

Clinton Forum Links Local Manufacturers with Local Students

To raise the awareness about the availability of manufacturing jobs in the area, the PTA, Clinton Public Schools, the Clinton Manufacturers Coalition (CMC), and the Clinton Economic Development...

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Local News • Published Feb. 16, 2021 11:44 a.m.

Clinton Budget Proposal, Up 4.9%, Offsets Increase with Grand List Growth, Fund Balance

At a special meeting on Feb. 9, Town Manager Karl Kilduff presented the Town Council with his initial proposed budget, which increases spending but decreases the tax rate. The total proposed...

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Local News • Published Feb. 17, 2021 08:30 a.m.

Condo Developer Considering Preserving 1800s Home; Corn Crib Less Likely

The developer behind an application to build an apartment complex at 151-153 East Main Street announced Feb. 8 that he will explore the idea of preserving a historic house located on the property. ...

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Local News • Published Feb. 16, 2021 02:27 p.m.

Clinton Energy Committee Resumes Charge

The Energy Committee is officially back in action. At a meeting on Feb. 3 the Town Council appointed Paul Gebauer, Douglas Astry, Eileen O’Donnell, Paul Neri, William Greim, Zachary Plourde,...

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Local News • Published Feb. 17, 2021 07:00 a.m.

Morgan Fencing On Point

After a lengthy will they-won’t they preseason, The Morgan School Fencing Team is taking pandemic precaustions and getting on with the competition, Here, teammates break up into pairs to...

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Letters • Published Feb. 17, 2021 08:00 a.m.

A Tremendous Starting Point

I was pleased to see the Town Council minutes dated Feb. 3 stated that our Town Council Chair Chris “Aniskovich discussed having a meeting so that the public can better understand how the Town ...

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Letters • Published Feb. 17, 2021 08:00 a.m.

More Urgency and Action

Karl Kilduff has been Clinton’s first town manager for more than a year now. This is what the Connecticut Housing Finance Authority (CHFA) wrote of Karl when he was hired as CHFA executive...

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Letters • Published Feb. 17, 2021 08:00 a.m.

A Great Gift

Thanks go to the Clinton Police Department (CPD) and two terrific nonprofits, Families Helping Families and Ur Community Cares, for creating the Senior Assistance Project. It is a wonderful...

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Sports • Published Feb. 15, 2021 12:46 p.m.

Co-op Hockey Squad Loses First Game

The East Haven co-op boys’ ice hockey squad faced off against North Haven for its first game of the year last week. The team, which features athletes from several local schools, including...

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Sports • Published Feb. 15, 2021 09:41 a.m.

Morgan Girls’ Hoops Earns Split in First Week

The Morgan girls’ basketball team played a pair of contests to open the 2021 campaign and came away with a win and a loss on the slate. The Huskies to a 38-37 road loss against East Hampton ...

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Sports • Published Feb. 15, 2021 09:40 a.m.

Huskies’ Boys’ Hoops Out to Strong Start

The Morgan boys’ basketball team got the 2021 season off on the right foot with a pair of wins in their first two games. The Huskies claimed a 52-43 home victory over East Hampton and a 48-...

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