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Clinton: YMCA Awarding Funds for Community Improvements
Impacting change in your community is often a group effort. Whether it's a local youth sports team, a few co-workers or a school or church group, millions of volunteers take time out of their day each week to give something back to their community.
Ross Tucker's Hot Cat Jazz Band is Coming to Clinton
Jared Eliot Middle School's band director, Ross Tucker and his Hot Cat Jazz Band will be bringing their gospel style Dixieland and Swing to the Clinton Congregational Church on Sunday, September 28th for their morning worship service at 10:00am. Prelude music by the Hot Cat Band will begin at 9:45am.
Car Crash Claims Life of Clinton Man
Two Clinton residents were driving along Iron Works Road when the 21-year-old driver, Steven Pastuszak, took a turn and was unable to successfully navigate it, the Middletown Press reported .
United Girls' Choir of Clinton Announces Auditions for Upcoming Season
The United Girls' Choir of Clinton has announced that auditions are being held on September 19th for girls, ages 6-17, throughout the region. All interested girls are eligible to audition and no experience is necessary.
Francesca Moran Awarded 2014 Crosby Environmental Scholarship
Pictured, from left to right, are Clinton Land Conservation Trust President Michael Houde, scholarship winner Francesca Moran, and her, parents Maria and Aidan Moran.
Plans Developing for Current Morgan Site
With The Morgan School set to move up the road in fall 2016, the town is moving forward with planning for the valuable real estate that is the current site of The Morgan School on Route 81. Recently the Morgan School Development Site Committee awarded the opportunity to develop a plan for this 39-acre property to Mill Pond, LLC, of Essex.
Pizza burglars caught on camera
Clinton police were hot on the trails of two burglars they say broke into a pizza shop and stole money and liquor.
The Hartford Courant
Clinton Police Arrest Two For Burglary Of Local Pizzeria
Police arrested Erick Killburn, 23, of Madison and Travis Sencenal, 19, of Killingworth for the following: third degree burglary, fourth degree larceny and conspiracy to commit burglary.