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Middletown

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  • Cubs draft pick Kyle Schwarber is quite the catch

    Cubs draft pick Kyle Schwarber is quite the catch
    Kyle Schwarber is living noted '80s teen poet Ferris Bueller's most famous quote right now. Life does move pretty fast after all, and there's nobody for whom it's moving faster than Schwarber. Barely a month into his professional career, the Cubs'...
  • READER SUBMITTED: "Zip On" New Britain Parks And Rec

    Teen Leaders in Training from New Britain Parks and Recreation traveled to Middletown on Thursday for a unique and amazing adventure. The purpose of the visit to EMPOWER was to help the campers practice leadership and team skills through awesome aerial...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Independent Day School Announces Recipient Of Wallace Scholarship

    The Independent Day School is delighted to announce that Ethan Ciak, an incoming sixth grader from Middletown, is the first recipient of the Dr. Edward and Elizabeth Wallace Scholarship. Dr. Edward Wallace, a retired Meriden pediatrician who died on July...
  • Connecticut Food Truck Festival Visitors Vent Frustrations Online

    Connecticut Food Truck Festival Visitors Vent Frustrations Online
    This past weekend's Connecticut Food Truck Festival was slated as the first of its size – a lineup of 50 trucks serving everything from lattes to lobster rolls. But by the close of the two-day event at the North Haven fairgrounds Sunday, many...
  • Shakespeare In The Summer: Mostly Outdoors, As You Like It

    Shakespeare In The Summer: Mostly Outdoors, As You Like It
    Why, this is very midsummer madness. —Olivia, "Twelfth Night," Act 3, Scene 4 There are a slew of Shakespeare shows happening outdoors in Connecticut in July and August. Shall we compare them to a summer's day? Sure, why not? The plays...
  • Middletown Symphonic Band Celebrates 35th Anniversary

    MIDDLETOWN — "Who will play the tympani?" asked conductor Marco Gaylord at a recent rehearsal of the Middletown Symphonic Band for the group's upcoming 35th anniversary concert. The 60-piece community band had gathered at the high school to...
  • Rome wasn't built in a day, but it beats an I-83 overpass [Letter]

    The enlargement and improvement of the I-83 overpass at Middletown Road in Parkton has now been going on for well over a year to the delight of the numerous drivers trying to enter 83 or exit to go home, and those traveling to or from York. We are talking...
  • Return To The Rivers: Connecticut's Waterways Reflect The State's History

    Return To The Rivers: Connecticut's Waterways Reflect The State's History
    The widely held assumption that Connecticut was complete wilderness when the first European settlers arrived in the early 17th Century is belied by what archaeologists have found along the state's rivers. "It was not wilderness," said Nicholas...
  • Orchard Effort Aims To Restore Chestnut

    – Arborist Jane Harris calls herself a "tree fanatic." Gazing out over an orchard of young chestnut trees in the rolling hills outside Middletown, Harris says, "Most of these trees are doomed." She has to accept a 90 percent failure rate at this...
  • Regional Digest

    Rock Cats Shut Out Albert Cartwright singled in the bottom of the sixth and came home on a Wil Nieves single as the Reading Fightin Phils beat the Rock Cats 1-0 in the first game of a doubleheader Saturday night. New Britain managed just three hits,...
  • Jane Doe's Extraordinary Attention Undeserved

    Attorney Aaron Romano's reaction to hearing that his client was accused of committing another attack was repulsive [courant.com, July 13, "Transgender Youth Accused Of Assaulting Staff In Middletown"]. A staff member and youth in treatment were...