Central New York is a great place to live. Do you agree? There are so many things that make this area great--art, history, schools, food...just to name a few. If you zoom in a little bit on that map of central New York, you will notice Clinton--a little village with a population of around 1,900. It's a great place to live. Here's why it's so great.
There's one event I never miss, and that's the annual Holiday Shoppers' Stroll in Clinton, New York on the day after Thanksgiving. It's a great way to follow up Thanksgiving Day and make Black Friday a family fun day. Here's what it's all about.
If you love local history, this might just be your favorite month. November is New York State History Month. To celebrate, I decided to put together some of my favorite local history stories. Here are eight fascinating stories about local history.
For those who say there's nothing to do in central New York, just check our 961wodz.com events page. There are always things going on, and last Saturday, my wife and I had a chance to enjoy the 9th annual Clinton Art & Music Festival, on the Village Green and throughout the Village of Clinton.
Last week, I shared with you a few book recommendations for those who want to read about the history of the Mohawk Valley and Central New York. This week, I want to share a few more book recommendations.
Have you seen this on Facebook? People are posting "I'm so (say the name of a city)" and then something nostalgic. For example, "I'm so Clinton, I remember _______." So, I decided to make a few about being "so Clinton."
Every spring and summer season in central New York, we're fortunate to have several farmer's markets in central New York. There's nothing like fresh, homegrown fruits and vegetables, and this week, the farmer's market gets underway in Clinton, New York.
We've all seen them while driving--those blue and yellow signs about history. We usually rush by without reading them (I know I do). Clinton has many of these historic markers scattered throughout the village. I decided to find them all and actually read them. Here they are. If I missed one in Clinton, let me know in the "Leave a Comment" box below. Enjoy.