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Middletown is located along the Connecticut River, in the central part of the state, 16 miles south of Hartford.. In recent decades, Middletown has focused on balancing the needs and comforts of its residents with the commercial development required to help fund services. These efforts date at least from 1931, when the city was one of the first in America to establish a planning board.

Population: 43167
Local Newspapers: The Hartford Courant
Local Sports Teams: Connecticut Huskies
Local Colleges: Wadsworth Atheneum Trinity College Hartford Conservatory

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Middletown News
Warm for Some, Cool and Dreary for Others

NBC Connecticut First Alert meteorologist Ryan Hanrahan gives you the science behind the forecast and shares with you an in-depth look at the weather impacting Connecticut. If you love warm weather living along the shoreline can be frustrating in the end of winter and beginning of spring.

Jury weighs whether dad threw infant son from bridge

A jury heard closing arguments on Tuesday in the trial of a man charged with throwing his 7-month-old son off a bridge to his death in Middletown, Connecticut, CBS affiliate WFSB reports . Tony Moreno's case is now in the hands of jurors.

Renovation of New London City Hall remains on hold with lack of funding

To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: New London - With a funding gap of $5 million, the timeline for the historical renovation of the aging and inefficient City Hall remains an unknown. While the City Council approved borrowing $3 million for the project, the only bid came in last month at $8,018,000.

Multi-vehicle crash causes delays on I-91 north in Middletown

The Department of Transportation reports that the left lane is closed on I-91 northbound between exits 20 and 21 due to a multi-vehicle crash. The accident was reported at 8:42 a.m. Accident, left lane blocked in #Cromwell on I 91 NB before Exit 21 Rt 372, stopped traffic back to Exit 20 Country Club Rd, delay of 20 mins WTNH NEWS8 provides commenting to allow for constructive discussion on the stories we cover.

Accused Drug Dealer Charged With Threatening Customer

A Middletown man state police described as a drug dealer faces a variety of charges after police say he showed up at a Stafford home to collect a debt. State police were called to Old Crystal Lake Road home about 5:30 p.m. Sunday by a man who said there were two men on his property and that he feared for his safety.

Trial nears end for dad accused of throwing baby off bridge

A Connecticut jury is set to hear closing arguments in the trial of a man charged with killing his 7-month-old son by throwing him off a bridge. The prosecution and defense are scheduled to make their summations Tuesday in Middletown Superior Court in the case of Tony Moreno .

Snow, Rains Easing Drought in Much of State, But Not for Northwestern Connecticut

Storms in recent weeks have finally begun to ease the long-running drought in many parts of Connecticut, but the northwestern portion of the state continues to be listed as an area of "extreme drought" by federal climate experts. Most of Litchfield County and about half of Hartford County make up the only remaining section of extreme drought in the 11-state northeastern region of the U.S., according to the U.S. Drought Monitor website.

Rest areas proposed to close in governor's budget

All seven rest areas along interstate highways in Connecticut, including the one off Exit 2 on I-84, would be closed under Gov. Dannel P. Malloy 's $20 million budget for 2017-18. Closing the rest areas is expected to save $534,000 yearly by eliminating the positions of 12 rest area attendants.

Workers Injured In Kleen Energy Plant Still Waiting For Millions They've Been Awarded

Timothy Hilliker was an electrical contractor who was working at the Kleen Energy Systems power station in Middletown on February 6, 2010, when a gas explosion killed six workers and injured 50 others, including Hilliker. Timothy Hilliker was an electrical contractor who was working at the Kleen Energy Systems power station in Middletown on February 6, 2010, when a gas explosion killed six workers and injured 50 others, including Hilliker.

FILE - Connecticut Valley Hospital

The former principal psychiatrist at the Connecticut Valley Hospital in Middletown has paid a $3,500 fine for an ethics code violation. From December 2014 through December 2015, Dr. Leonard Lev owned a private company through which he provided psychiatric services for private patients while he was a state employee.

Pratt & Whitney Growth in Georgia Could Help Connecticut

Pratt and Whitney's announcement of an expansion in Georgia is expected to be beneficial for the operation in Connecticut. The engine maker, which is based in East Hartford and manufactures engines in Middletown, announced this week that it would invest $386 million in a new facility in Columbus, Georgia, where the company has had a presence for more than 30 years.

Dad says he 'dropped' infant son, didn't intend to kill him

Tony Moreno demonstrates to the jury how he held his son Aaden on the railing of the Arrigoni Bridge in the final moments of Aaden's life, during Moreno's trial Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017, in Middletown, Ct. Moreno's attorney Norman A. Pattis, left, questions Moreno who took the witness stand on Thursday morning in the fourth day of his murder trial at Middlesex Superior Court. Moreno is charged with murder and risk of injury to a child and is accused of throwing 7-month-old Aaden Moreno to his death from the Arrigoni Bridge on July 5, 2015.

Dad says he 'dropped' infant son, didn't intend to kill him

" A Connecticut man charged with killing his 7-month-old baby by throwing him off a bridge testified Thursday that he dropped the boy and did not intend to harm him. Tony Moreno cried before the jury as he demonstrated with a doll how he was holding his son, Aaden, before the baby plunged off the 90-foot-high Arrigoni Bridge over the Connecticut River in July 2015.

Dad says he a droppeda infant son, didna t intend to kill him

A Connecticut man charged with killing his 7-month-old son by throwing him off a bridge has testified that he dropped the boy and did not intend to harm him. Tony Moreno took the stand Thursday in Middletown Superior Court .

Gun owners firing back over proposed pistol permit hikes

Governor Dannel Malloy is proposing to jack up pistol permit fees in our state by 400 percent. He says it'll help shrink the massive state budget deficit.

Just tell everyone I'm sorry,' man said before throwing infant son...

Defendant Tony Moreno, center right, shakes hands with Norm Pattis, one of his defense attorneys, after walking into a courtroom at Middletown Superior Court, Friday, Feb. 10, 2017, in Middletown, Conn. MIDDLETOWN, Conn.

'Just tell everyone I'm sorry,' man said before throwing infant son off bridge, mom testifies

Defendant Tony Moreno, center right, shakes hands with Norm Pattis, one of his defense attorneys, after walking into a courtroom at Middletown Superior Court, Friday, Feb. 10, 2017, in Middletown, Conn. Moreno is charged with killing his 7-month-old son, Aaden Moreno, by throwing him off a bridge.

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