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Middlesex County (Connecticut)

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  • Pessina To Receive Middlesex Chamber Community Service Award

    MIDDLETOWN — The Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce is presenting Philip Pessina, a former councilman and deputy police chief, with the Michael L. Green Award for outstanding community service. The award is given yearly to police or fire...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Middlesex County Camp Begins 52nd Season With Open Houses

    The Middlesex County Camp hosts three open houses on April 27, May 18, and June 1 from 2 to 4 p.m. to introduce the public to its programs and staff. Visitors can explore the camp's program areas and natural setting to learn about activities and sessions,...
  • READER SUBMITTED: 7th Annual Saint Luke's Fashionable Auction With Scot Haney As Master Of Ceremonies

    Don't miss Saint Luke's 7th Annual Fashionable Auction as Channel 3's & Better Connecticut's Scot Haney is back as Master of Ceremonies. Established in 1865, Saint Luke's Veteran & Eldercare Services, a local non-profit organization, will be hosting...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Middlesex Chamber Announces 2014 Distinguished Citizen Award Recipients

    Chairwoman Darlene Briggs of the Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce has announced the 2014 recipients of the chamber's Distinguished Citizen Award. Each year, the chamber presents this award to individuals who serve as an inspiration to others, and are...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Dzialo, Pickett & Allen, P.C. Attorneys Named "New Leaders In The Law"

    Dzialo, Pickett & Allen, P.C. attorneys Eamonn Wisneski and Sylvia Rutkowska have been recognized as "New Leaders in the Law" by the Connecticut Law Tribune. According to the Law Tribune, the "New Leaders in the Law" award honors young attorneys who...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Eminent Composer Lifts Up The Homeless

    GMChorale eagerly anticipates the arrival of eminent composer Henry Mollicone. He will travel from his home in California to offer a pre-concert lecture on May 3 at 6 p.m. prior to the 7 p.m. Connecticut Premiere of Mollicone's Beatitude Mass (for the...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Middlesex Chamber Business & Education Partnership Breakfast With UConn President

    Darlene Briggs, chairwoman of the Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce, announced that UConn President Susan Herbst will serve as guest speaker at the chamber's 2014 Business & Education Partnership Member Breakfast Meeting on Thursday, April 10. This...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Re-Elect Judge Joseph D. Marino, Probate Court, District Of Middletown

    The Honorable Joseph D. Marino, judge of probate for the District of Middletown, announced his intention to seek re-election for an eighth term. The Middletown Probate District serves the towns of Cromwell, Durham, Middlefield and Middletown. With a...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Come To A Help Me Grow Community Cafe In Haddam-Killingworth

    The new State of Connecticut Office of Early Childhood is sponsoring a Help Me Grow Campaign in Middlesex County this spring to increase awareness of the critical need for universal developmental screening of children birth to five years of age and...
  • READER SUBMITTED: MxCC Hosts Free Women's Forum On April 4

    MxCC is hosting a free Women's Forum, on Friday, April 4, from 8:45 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. in Chapman Hall on the Middletown campus. This forum is a part of a series of events scheduled during the College's Women's History Month celebration. Featured speakers...
  • Concern Raised About UTC Deal: For Millions, No Job Guarantees In Return

    Concern Raised About UTC Deal: For Millions, No Job Guarantees In Return
    The state's tax deal with United Technologies Corp. ran into a pointed challenge at its first public airing Monday. The concern about the $400 million deal, which has seen wide support from lawmakers, business groups and labor, focuses on its lack of the...