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Clinton, Massachusetts is located in Worcester County. Zip codes in Clinton, MA include 01510. The median home price in Clinton is $220,000 which is roughly $140/per square foot. More Clinton information.

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Sunday | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

Scout chooses benches for Eagle project

The Clinton Parks and Recreation Department recently worked together with Patrick Pierce, 17, a member of Boy Scout Troop 4 of the Clinton to build new picnic tables for a couple of the town's parks. Pierce is working to become an Eagle Scout and one of the requirements is to plan and carry out a service project for his community.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

Community Advocate Newspaper

Hudson area receives 60K to develop exercise and nutrition programs

Hudson has been awarded $60,000 to create healthier communities through the Mass in Motion Municipal Wellness and Leadership Grant Program. The initiative is part of a statewide effort to implement local policy, systems and environmental change to prevent and reduce obesity, chronic disease and other associated risk factors.

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The Item Extra

John Beauregard

NORTHBORO/CLINTON - John J. Beauregard, 61, passed away surrounded by his family on Saturday, Aug. 30, at UMass Memorial Medical Center, Belmont Street, Worcester, after an illness. He leaves his wife of 33 years, Robin M. Beauregard; his daughter, Sarah Beauregard and his granddaughter Emily Hawkins, both of Berlin; three sisters, Patricia Moen of Minnesota, Jean Laramie of Falmouth and Kate Leitermann of Arlington; many nieces, nephews and cousins.

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Clinton voters to revisit radio issue Monday

Voters will decide on Monday if they want to allocate funds for new fire department radio equipment, as well as possibly fund consolidation of the two dispatch centers in town. The radio article will ask voters to spend $500,000 for new equipment, including several portable radios with dual band capability to allow police and fire to communicate.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

Worcester Telegram & Gazette

Chicago blues heavyweights coming to Bolton

Slater's on Route 117 is known for its barbecue and pizza, but on Sept. 13, the atmosphere is going more Chicago than a deep-dish pie and a rack of ribs.

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Worcester Telegram & Gazette

Saloon keeps the focus on entertainment

Bar is open later daily. Parking and access: Street parking only, accessible Credit cards: Accepted Prices: Low Pluses: Interesting musical acts booked regularly, friendly crowd Minuses: So-so service, mediocre entrees Simple Man Saloon in Clinton promotes itself as the place to be for pub fare, live entertainment, sports viewing and trivia games - depending on the night of your visit.

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Wed Sep 10, 2014

The Item Extra

Michael Tassone

He was born in Westfield, on Aug. 25, 1941, a son of the late Domenick and Carmela Tassone. He attended St. Joseph Grammar School and graduated from Drury High School Trade School in 1961.

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Tue Sep 09, 2014

The Item Extra

Weekend fun told in photos

With both Clinton's Olde Home Day and Sterling Fair, last weekend was filled with fun for the whole family. At Olde Home Day, Friday night featured a Night at the Museum a wine/beer tasting and a movie in the park, as well as food and music.

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Worcester Telegram & Gazette

Mary DiPinto

She leaves a son, Frank T. DiPinto Jr. of Grafton; two daughters, Grace M. Brigham and her partner, Paul Guadagnoli, of Sterling and Paula J. Leary of Worcester; three grandchildren, Gayle Brigham of Hampton, N.H., Michael Brigham of Worcester and Keith Brigham and his wife Lori of Thompson, Conn.; a great-granddaughter, Nicole Brigham of San Diego, Calif,; and many nieces and nephews. Two brothers, Chester Czermak of Chicopee Falls and Max Czermak of Clinton, a sister, Matilda Viens of Chicopee and her son-in-law, Patrick M. Leary of Worcester, all predeceased her.

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Mon Sep 08, 2014

The Item Extra

Elsa Milus

She leaves two daughters, Diane M. Dean of Webster and Brenda E. Kilcoyne and her husband, Michael, of Clinton; five grandchildren, Katie Farmer, Kerri Whitney, Melissa Goodwin, Nicole and Eric Dean; six great-grandchildren, Kelsie, Cody, Kyle, Paul, Brayden and Julian; her step-mother, Lois Cort of Worcester; two sisters, Marcia Eames and Brenda Eames, both of Thompson, Conn.; and two brothers, James and Robert Cort, both of Worcester. She was born on Sept.

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Sun Sep 07, 2014

Worcester Telegram & Gazette

Get to know folks in 'Porch'

At Stageloft Repertory Theater, 450A Main St., Sturbridge. Performances Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m., Sunday at 2 p.m., through Sept.

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Worcester Telegram & Gazette

College Town

Plans to expand teaching options for Becker College students and treatment options for their four-legged clients are on the agenda of Dr. Julie Bailey of Clinton, who has joined Becker as the clinic director of the Lenfest Animal Health Center, a fully operational veterinary clinic open to the public, serving more than 1,000 patients annually on Becker's Leicester Campus. Strategizing ways to increase Becker's School of Animal Studies' academic programs and the Lenfest Animal Health Center's service to the students, community and profession is a key part of Dr. Bailey's position as clinic director.

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Fri Sep 05, 2014

Shirley Oracle

Regional

Oktoberfest comes to Nashoba Valley: The Middlesex County hills will come alive with the sounds of Bavarian brass music and the smell of sizzling schnitzel during an authentic Oktoberfest celebration at Nashoba Valley Ski Area. The inaugural event runs from Sept.

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Worcester Telegram & Gazette

Clinton veterans agent fired

With several contentious exchanges between Coppenrath and board members, the discussion focused on a letter submitted to the town that allegedly Coppenrath drafted - and a veteran was asked to sign despite not reading it. The letter rescinded a previous complaint about Coppenrath from the veteran.

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Worcester Telegram & Gazette

Lincoln and the Civil War come alive in Leominster

Reenactor Gerard Grimes of Dorchester, front, demonstrates the proper handling of a rifle with, from left, Lisa Kerber of Clinton; Jordan Seward, 10, of Leominster; and Demmy Pineda, 10, of Ashby during a Living History Encampment with Company A of the 54th Massachusetts Volunteer Regiment at the Leominster Public Library on Aug. 23. LEOMINSTER - The most widely recognized story told to schoolchildren about 16th US President Abraham Lincoln revolves around a fateful night at a theater - the night he met his demise at the hands of an assassin.

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Boston Herald

Carr: Oval Office under triple threat

The American people were minding their own business when suddenly three of the most frightening figures in American politics, shameless hacks who couldn't park a bicycle straight, suddenly began babbling about running for president in 2016. First it was John Kerry on Wednesday in D.C. with several other former secretaries of state, saying, in what passes for a jocular tone, "I'm sort of thinking 2016, OK?" No, it's not OK.

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Wed Sep 03, 2014

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STATE HOUSE, BOSTON, SEPT. 3, 2014a .Attorney Kathryn Bailey told members of the Governor's Council Wednesday she sees people during the most emotional times of their lives when marriages are ending and relationships with children are forever changed.

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Worcester Telegram & Gazette

Courthouse Records

Brian Arsenault , 32, of 25 Queen St., Worcester, charged with disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, three counts of assault and battery on a police officer, and assault, continued to Sept.

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Tue Sep 02, 2014

Worcester Telegram & Gazette

Back-to-school season continues

To include photos of your back-to-school scholars from Berlin, Bolton, Clinton, Lancaster and Sterling, email the photo, along with the name, grade and school, to clintonitem@yahoo.com.

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Anna Rymsza

She is survived by her husband of 50 years, Joseph P. Rymsza; their children, Joseph M. Rymsza and his wife, Lisa, of Great Falls, Va., and Kimberly R. Ahern and her husband, Bill, of Melrose, Mass.; grandchildren, Jared and Kyley Rymsza of Great Falls, Va.; several nieces and nephews; and many friends.

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