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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
Mammography day is Oct. 20; Middlesex Hospice to hold Service...

In conjunction with National Mammography Day, Oct. 20, the Department of Public Health is urging women to schedule an appointment for a mammogram. No-cost screenings are available for Connecticut women who qualify.

Amazing Grace soup supper is Thursday; Portland Library...

St. Vincent de Paul Middletown will host its 11th annual "Amazing Challenge Soup Supper" - a celebration to raise funds for the Amazing Grace Food Pantry. The event will be held at the Cross St. AME Zion Church, 440 West.

Major consolidation pitched for CT community colleges

The governing board of the state's 12 community colleges on Thursday will be asked to advance a dramatic consolidation plan aimed at sharply reducing the number of administrators working at the schools over the next 20 months. Mark Ojakian – the president of the state's community colleges, four regional state universities and online college – anticipates that he would be able to save $28 million a year by shedding college presidents, budget staff and other highly-paid administrators at each institution and creating a centralized staff to run the public schools.

Fleischmanns woman who drove into dumpster wasa

Officials say Rita C. Adami was intoxicated when she drove into a dumpster on Wagner Avenue in the Town of Middletown. Fleischmanns woman who drove into dumpster was intoxicated, police say Officials say Rita C. Adami was intoxicated when she drove into a dumpster on Wagner Avenue in the Town of Middletown.

Middletown church holds fundraiser for Puerto Rico

WTNH.com staff Published: October 15, 2017, 4:44 pm Updated: October 15, 2017, 6:08 pm Related Coverage MIDDLETOWN, Conn. - Hurricane Maria left the island of Puerto Rico devastated.

Norwalk man charged in connection to armed robbery in Westbrook

A Norwalk man is in custody and state police are searching for another in relation to an armed robbery that occurred Friday in a Denny's parking lot in Westbrook, police said. Troopers from the Connecticut State Police Troop F responded to a reported armed robbery that occurred Friday in the parking area for Denny's Restaurant at 28 Flat Rock Place in Westbrook.

Audubon Center Aims To Be Gateway To River

The Connecticut Audubon Society Center at Glastonbury hosted a talk on the Silvio O. Conte National Fish and Wildlife Refuge, on Oct. 3. Patrick Comins, executive director of the Connecticut Audubon Society and a leading authority on the conservation of the state's birds, said that the Conte Refuge is one of 562 in the National Wildlife Refuge system, and one of three in Connecticut. Only two are also fish refuges.

Tyshawn Sorey, A Musical Shapeshifter, Wins MacArthur 'Genius' Prize

Composer, multi-instrumentalist and educator Tyshawn Sorey, who has been granted a MacArthur Fellowship. John Rogers/Courtesy of the artist hide caption This morning, the latest crop of MacArthur Fellows was announced - the so-called "genius" awards.

Russell Library hosting meet the candidates night; Middletown...

The Middletown Republican Town Committee invites the public to two upcoming meet the candidates nights at the Russell Library, 123 Broad St. Republicans running for Middletown Board of Education and Planning & Zoning Commission will be available for questions Thursday in meeting room 3 from 7 to 8 p.m. and Oct. 19 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the Hubbard Room. MIDDLETOWN - The Rotary Club of Middletown is sponsoring an event designed to broaden understanding of issues faced by refugees once they've arrived in the United States.

Wesleyan Art Professor's Photos Chronicle A Changing Russia

Russian-born Wesleyan art professor Sasha Rudensky has an exhibit of her photographs taken in former Soviet republics at Davison Art Center on Wesleyan's campus in Middletown through Dec. 10. More here . Russian-born Wesleyan art professor Sasha Rudensky has an exhibit of her photographs taken in former Soviet republics at Davison Art Center on Wesleyan's campus in Middletown through Dec. 10. More here .

Police: Columbus Statues In Two Connecticut Towns Vandalized Saturday

Police have stepped up security after two Christopher Columbus statues were vandalized with red paint in Connecticut.

Middlesex Hospital Cancer Center to Hold Open House Tomorrow at Second Location

Middlesex Hospital Cancer Center is expanding its services to the Connecticut shoreline and will hold an open house at its second location on October 7 from 10 a.m. until noon. The new Cancer Center shares space with the Middlesex Hospital Shoreline Medical Center at 250 Flat Rock Place, Westbrook, and will be a full service, accredited cancer center that will provide Connecticut shoreline residents with care closer to home.

Debut Dance On The Wesleyan Rink

Modern skate movement troupe Le Patin Libre brings its "Vertical Influences" to Wesleyan University Oct. 15. Le Patin Libre is French for "the free skate." It's the name of a Canadian movement troupe that develops avant-garde movement pieces for ice rinks.

Coping with Connecticuta s opioid crisis in the workplace

Getting the job done at work is something everyone strives to accomplish. But now, employers are seeking ways to get the job done handling the opioid crisis.

Middletown association kicks off concert season Oct. 7 with...

Debra Mann and her Debra Mann Jazz Quintet will appear in Middletown on Saturday, Oct. 7 at 7:30 p.m. in the MHS Performing Arts Center Debra Mann and her Debra Mann Jazz Quintet will appear in Middletown on Saturday, Oct. 7 at 7:30 p.m. in the MHS Performing Arts Center MIDDLETOWN - Debra Mann and the Debra Mann Jazz Quintet will perform Saturday, Oct. 7 at 7:30 p.m. in the MHS Performing Arts Center, 200 LaRosa Lane. Their program, "Jazz - Then and Now", has been designed to give an historical perspective of jazz using its earliest years in New Orleans, through to the later forms developed in following decades to the present.

Westfield Community Carnival begins Friday in Middletown; AARP...

The Westfield Community Carnival will be held Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 6-8 at 94 Miner St., Middletown, behind the Westfield Fire Department. Carnival hours are 5-10 p.m. on Friday, 10 a.m.-10 p.m. on Saturday, and 12-8 p.m. on Sunday.

Gov candidate: pulling UConn funds for "I Did Your Mother"...

When Republicans tried to slash $300 million from the University of Connecticut in their budget, it wasnA't the first time that Democratic gubernatorial candidate Dan Drew protested a money grab from the stateA's flagship college. As a UConn senior in 2002 and editor of the student newspaper, the Middletown mayor went on the A'OA'Reilly FactorA' to defend the free speech rights of a student-run television show called, A'I did your mother.A' OA'Reilly argued that taxpayers shouldnA't foot the bill for crude content.

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