Emergency radio system expected to cost $3M


"CLINTON — Town officials are preparing a $3 million proposal for a major overhaul of Clinton’s emergency communications system to address critical shortcomings and growing obsolescence of the technology now in place."

Giving a Gift of Time


"Would you donate some of your sick days to a co-worker in need? Two local groups have answered “yes” to that question–the employees of the Clinton Police Department and Clinton Town Hall."

Iraq veteran fighting different type of battle


"Surrounded by family and friends, the Clinton police officer and Iraq war veteran watched as his loved ones shaved their heads in solidarity of Smith’s fight against throat cancer."

Its Called Retirement Part II


"When Major William “Bill” Chapman joined the Clinton Police Department (CPD) on July 1, 1970, the world was a different place."

Madison, Clinton police not merging


"Officials Thursday dismissed rumors that Madison and Clinton were in talks to merge their police departments, saying the plan never moved beyond discussion stages."

Veteran sergeant named police department major


"CLINTON — The police commission has named John Santry, a sergeant with 24 years of service in the town police department, to succeed William Chapman as departmental major."

Retiring police major boasts longest town service tenure


"CLINTON — When retirement day abruptly was at hand, after 38 years of service and weeks of planning for it, police Maj. William Chapman found himself more stunned by the moment than he had anticipated."

Who Wants to Be a Fireman?


"The Clinton all-volunteer Fire Department is looking for a few good men and women to join their ranks."

Clinton fire chief burned in explosion


"CLINTON - Fire Chief Jeff Heser, a town Public Works Department employee, suffered second-degree burns to about one-third of his body when a gasoline-powered leaf vacuum exploded early Tuesday."

Warrant: Officer Aimed Gun At Husband


"CLINTON -- Clinton police arrested one of their own last Friday after they said the officer brandished her service weapon inside the police station amid an apparent fight with her husband."

William Clinton


"Portland — William Wooster Clinton, 80, of Portland, passed away on Tuesday, April 17, 2007, at Middlesex Hospital, Middletown, after a long illness."

Committee to Town: Purchase New Fire Truck


"A committee set up to investigate the issue of Clinton's aging fire trucks has recommended one new vehicle be purchased in the near future. The Board of Selectman (BOS) voted in favor of the motion."

Emergency Radio System Gets Upgraded


"Clinton is the only town on the map that has not upgraded its emergency personnel radios from low band to a higher frequency band."

Police pension changes debated


"CLINTON — A plan to eliminate the police administrators’ pension plan, seen by some as a radical change in benefits and involving hundreds of thousands of dollars, is being pushed as fast as First Selectman William Fritz can manage it."

Guilford man sues over car crash


"Guilford man sues over car crash"

New Chief in Town


"Clinton - Meet your new Fire Chief Jeff Heser--new to his role as head of the town's volunteer fire department, but certainly not new to the town of Clinton"

Former Jr. Firefighter Files Lawsuit


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Clinton Fire Chief Andrews Resigns


"Clinton Fire Chief Scott Andrews, who held the chief's position since the summer of 2002, resigned from his position effective Oct. 3. He will remain a member of the fire department as a volunteer fire fighter. "

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One Officer Retires,


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Clinton Police Officer Allowed to Resign


"CLINTON - Corporal John Brymer III, 38, former 16-year veteran of the Clinton police department, has been allowed to tender his resignation to the town, following a sex scandal that rocked both Clinton's police and fire departments."

Police department requires $15,000 in funding


"Clinton - Last week, the Board of Finance approved $15,000 in special appropriations funding for the police department to hire a new officer, purchase new uniforms and maintain marine equipment. "

Court upholds dismissal of lawsuit


"CLINTON — The federal appellate court has upheld the U.S. District Court’s 2002 dismissal of former police Sgt. Armando Casucci’s "retaliation" lawsuit against town police administrators."

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Clinton ambulance no longer free


"CLINTON — The era of the free ambulance ride has ended here, perhaps the last Shoreline community where residents benefited from the service."

State bill would punish mentors for sex with young people


"CLINTON — Police and firefighters — or Scouting leaders and other mentors — who engage in sex with young people under their supervision can face jail time, according to an amendment to state statutes proposed by state Rep. Brian O’Connor, D-Westbrook."

Cop caught in sex scandal offers an apology


"CLINTON — The police officer whose sexual liaison with a 16-year-old female volunteer firefighter caused a town scandal apologized Wednesday for his actions."

Sex scandal involves cop in Clinton


"CLINTON — A police corporal who serves as deputy chief of the town’s volunteer fire department faces police and fire department discipline over allegations he engaged in a sexual relationship with a teenage female junior firefighter."

Fee-based ambulance service may be near


"CLINTON — Major changes may be in store for two free and important town services — the 50-year-old ambulance service of the Clinton Volunteer Fire Department and the three-decade-old Medical Outpatient Transportation Services."

Antique Clinton constable badge took long way home


"CLINTON — What stories it could tell, if only this century-old Clinton constable’s badge could tell them."

Arrigoni building damaged in blaze


"CLINTON — A Commerce Street woman discovered there was a roaring fire burning over her head when she opened the door to her closet early Thursday and found it full of smoke, police said."

Fire truck frustration


"The Clinton Volunteer Fire Department cannot use its speedy new top-of-the-line pumper truck because it is just that: too speedy. "