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Harbor NewsPublished July 08, 2020 08:30 a.m.
For Wendy Mill, her 13 years at Old Saybrook’s Youth & Family Services (YFS) brings together many threads of her life and weaves them together.
Harbor NewsPublished July 01, 2020 08:30 a.m.
Every time there’s an election or referendum in Clinton, people pack into the Town Hall Green Room as polls close and spend the night excitedly talking until the moment the results are about to be announced.
Harbor NewsPublished June 17, 2020 08:30 a.m.
If things were different, Bonnie Hall would be a vegetarian.
Harbor NewsPublished June 10, 2020 08:30 a.m.
Erin Gaudet woke up one morning in April and knew she had to do something. Due to the outbreak of the coronavirus, it was unclear how The Morgan School would handle graduation, but Erin knew she wanted to find a way to honor the seniors in some way.
Harbor NewsPublished May 20, 2020 08:30 a.m.
Even though her original hometown in Ohio was a long ways away from Clinton, you can still say Clinton history has always been in Megan Stine’s blood.
Harbor NewsPublished May 06, 2020 08:30 a.m.
Joe Diedrich had recently left the Navy after a lengthy career, and was missing the companionship of his fellow sailors. So he decided to attend a local Memorial Day parade, and then an idea struck him.
Harbor NewsPublished April 15, 2020 08:30 a.m.
Rob Derry’s career choice was never complicated.
Harbor NewsPublished March 25, 2020 08:30 a.m.
Cathy Weiss has what she calls “a serious hobby—something I pursue passionately.” That passion is art, and Cathy has been fortunate to find time to do it later in life.
Harbor NewsPublished March 04, 2020 08:30 a.m.
“Grass will never grow under Willie’s feet, he’s always going”—that’s how one acquaintance described Clinton’s former longtime first selectman Willie Fritz, Jr., and his penchant for constant activity.
Harbor NewsPublished Feb. 05, 2020 08:30 a.m.
At its first ever meeting on Nov. 20, 2019 the Clinton Town Council had a big decision to make. The group was still in the process of interviewing candidates for the fulltime town manager position, but needed an interim manager.
Harbor NewsPublished Jan. 29, 2020 08:30 a.m.
Bob Werner has only lived in Clinton for three years, but that hasn’t stopped him from pitching in.
Harbor NewsPublished Jan. 15, 2020 08:30 a.m.
It’s hard to find someone in Clinton who doesn’t know Eddie Alberino. From politics to helping people in emergencies, Eddie has had quite a journey in Clinton.
Harbor NewsPublished Jan. 08, 2020 08:30 a.m.
Sergeant Jeremiah Dunn had a problem. The massive trailer that the Clinton Police Department was using for the annual toy drive that Jerry oversees was only about a third full with two weeks until Christmas.
Harbor NewsPublished Dec. 25, 2019 08:30 a.m.
It’s no wonder that Debra Mal calls her children’s dance classes “Dance for Joy with Deb.” For Debra, known around town as Miss Glitter or simply Deb, dance is euphoric, an expression of happiness and vibrancy.
Harbor NewsPublished Dec. 18, 2019 08:30 a.m.
On Dec. 11, when Clinton’s Town Council unanimously voted to offer Karl Kilduff the opportunity to become Clinton’s first ever town manager, sitting in the audience in town hall observing the announcement with a big smile was Phil Sengle, one of those most instrumental in helping the town through its recent change in government.
Harbor NewsPublished Dec. 11, 2019 08:30 a.m.
Nov. 20, 2019 was a historic day in the town of Clinton. Officially gone was the centuries-old tradition of the Board of Selectmen meetings; in its place was the new town council form of government.