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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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Kathryn I. Briggs

Kathryn I. Briggs died on April 2, 2017, in Middletown, Conn., at the age of 100. Kay and husband Morton were summer residents on Hines Point for more than 30 years, and leave behind three generations of family from the Island: son Kirk , and grandchildren Nicholas , Ila Briggs Halby , and Willis Finley.

Number of Employees on Leave from Whiting Doubles

The number of Whiting Forensic Division of Connecticut Valley Hospital employees in Middletown on administrative leave connected to the investigation has nearly doubled since NBC Connecticut Troubleshooter's first report . The state confirmed the number of employees on leave as a result of this investigation is now up to 20. Sources told the NBC Connecticut Troubleshooters this stems from an incident at the maximum security portion of Whiting, where employees at the psychiatric facility were seen on surveillance video abusing a patient.

Drunk driver slams into construction site in Meriden

Middletown police were pursuing a drunk driver when they say he crashed into a parked construction vehicle on I-91 in Meriden. Police say officers on patrol spotted the drunk driver "going all over the road" in their town, at which point a pursuit was initiated.

Wesleyan Debuts 'Epic' Theater Piece 'Islands'

Ron Jenkins, professor of Theater at Wesleyan University, talks about his play "Islands: The Lost History of the Treaty That Changed the World," a multi-cultural political theater piece being performed at Wesleyan University. Read story here .

Bob's, EMS Stores To Close In Fairfield County As Part Of Bankruptcy

Bob's Stores in Danbury and Fairfield as well as an Eastern Mountain Sports store in Fairfield are facing closure as part of the bankruptcy proceedings of parent company Eastern Outfitters. In all, nine Bob's locations in Connecticut would close - the original store in Middletown along with Danbury, Enfield, Fairfield, Hamden, Manchester, Milford, Simsbury and Waterford - if the plan is approved by bankruptcy judge.

Carman Wants Warrant That Reveals He Was Suspect In Grandfather's Slaying Sealed

Nathan Carman, the man rescued at sea last year, is asking a state judge to seal a warrant that reveals he was a suspect in his grandfather's slaying. Nathan Carman, the man rescued at sea last year, is asking a state judge to seal a warrant that reveals he was a suspect in his grandfather's slaying.

Ken Dixon: Watching spring colors change in Hartford

Here's your General Assembly , paralyzed, unable to agree on anything but the least-controversial legislation at a time when the equal distribution of Republicans and Democrats might not exactly bode well for you stricken, seething taxpayers. The only good news that can be offered here is that we might have survived the insult stage of this session, as the caravans of lawmakers make their way into the foothills, toward the mountain known to us as the $1.7-billion budget deficit, way up ahead, like a rumor in the mists.

Middletown firefighters rescue missing dog

Sophie, a diabetic and partially blind pooch went missing from her Middletown home on Wednesday night, but luckily turned up before the second round of Thursday's rains. Sophie was reported missing by her owner to city police on Thursday.

Silver Alert Issued for Middletown Man

Police have has issued a Silver Alert for a 74-year-old Middletown man who might have been missing for a week and a half. The last time Raymond Koscuk spoke with family members was on March 29 and he usually contacts his family a couple times a week, police said.

Author Events: Dancer Misty Copeland To Discuss 'Ballerina Body'

Ballerina Misty Copeland will discuss her new book, "Ballerina Body: Dancing and Eating Your Way to a Leaner, Stronger, and More Graceful You" on April 11 at 7 p.m. at First Congregational Church, 26 Meeting House Lane, Madison. Ballerina Misty Copeland will discuss her new book, "Ballerina Body: Dancing and Eating Your Way to a Leaner, Stronger, and More Graceful You" on April 11 at 7 p.m. at First Congregational Church, 26 Meeting House Lane, Madison.

Behind the lens: Capturing fear culture within the media

Michael Amato shows off the drafts of his work for the BFA show and talks about the theme of his work fear culture. This is the second installment of six features to spotlight UConn School of Fine Arts' students participating in the 2017 BFA Art Show.

Connecticut Valley Hospital Whiting Employees Taken off the Job

Sources tell the NBC Connecticut Troubleshooters some employees at the Whiting Forensic Division of Connecticut Valley Hospital in Middletown have been taken off the job following allegations of patient abuse. The Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services confirmed that employees have been removed from their duties pending an investigation.

Rainfall extremes 'the new normal' for New England, hydrologist says

To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: Haddam - David Vallee had his "religious experience" seven years ago to the day on Friday, standing on the steps of the church where he'd been confirmed as a boy to photograph six feet of water flooding the streets and stores in downtown West Warwick, R.I. As the hydrologist in charge for the Northeast River Forecast Center in Taunton, Mass., seeing the 2010 floods in his hometown made him realize as never before that there's a "new normal" when it comes to precipitation patterns and the ability of roads, bridges, spillways, storm drains and other infrastructure to deal with it.

Technical high schools throughout Connecticut converge on Meriden for big competition

Students from 17 technical high schools throughout Connecticut are taking part in a big competition on Friday. All of it part of SkillsUSA.

Sacred Oath Announce Northeast U.S. Tour Dates [News]

A fifth member, Damiano Christian , has been added to Sacred Oath's lineup for this tour. Damiano is an 18 year-old guitar and piano prodigy from Middletown Connecticut who will be playing rhythm and lead guitar, keyboards, and singing background vocals during the band's set at each show on the tour.

Open Book a " March 29, 2017: Jovelyna s Bistro

David H. Weisberg author and playwright talks about his recent published novel The American Plan with host Jovelyn Richards. The book focuses on the mid-20th Century american psyche during the 1950s and early 1960s.

Five hundred solar panels could replace Stonington borough dog park

To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: Stonington - A controversial dog park that has prompted a lawsuit by neighbors, or 500 six-foot-tall solar panels that would save the town a minimum of $334,037 in electricity costs over the next 20 years. Those appear to be the two options town officials now have for the land at the sewer treatment plant in the borough that is used as an informal dog park.

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