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Clinton residents wanting to rid their homes and properties of trash, yard waste and other unwanted debris may do so for free at the town’s annual city-wide cleanup event to be held on Friday and Saturday. Hazardous waste materials will not be accepted.
A body found April 11 in a wooded area near the Phillips Lane Apartments in southwest Clinton has been confirmed as that of local resident Brian Denney, 46, who had been missing since April 1, Police Chief Paul Rinkel said late Monday afternoon.