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Clinton BZA, Planning Commission to meet June 8th

The Clinton Board of Zoning Appeals and the Clinton Regional Planning Commission will meet on Monday, June 8, 2020 at 6:00 pm at Clinton City Hall. These meetings will be open to the public with a limit of 15 people in order to observe social distancing.To view the agendas visit:

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Latest jobs report shows continued layoffs

More than 1 in 4 U.S. workers have lost their jobs since the coronavirus crisis shut down much of the economy in March. Last week, another 2.1 million people filed for unemployment benefits, the Labor Department said Thursday. That brings the total for the past 10 weeks to 40.8 million, which …

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CCSO identifies man killed in Sunday incident

The Campbell County Sheriff’s Office has identified the man killed when he was struck by a vehicle late Sunday afternoon in the Cedar Creek community. Authorities are continuing to investigate what was first reported to them as a domestic disturbance. When they arrived, officers found a man suffering from injuries …

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Kingston to resume ‘normal’ schedule

Kingston City Manager Dave Bolling says that effective Monday, June 1st, all city departments in Kingston be back on normal scheduling.  City Hall will re-open to the public, although the Police Department offices and Fire Stations will remain closed to the public until further notice.  Although the lobby window will …

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Clinton 4th canceled, some facilities to reopen Friday

The annual Clinton Fourth of July event is canceled for this year, city officials announced on Wednesday. Instead, the city is hoping for a Labor Day weekend celebration, however, no details have been confirmed. In a release posted on the city’s Facebook page, Parks and Rec officials say they are …

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