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  • READER SUBMITTED: Mary Gaitskill Reads At Wesleyan University

    Celebrated author, Mary Gaitskill, will read from her upcoming work on Wednesday, April 23 at 8 p.m. in Wesleyan University's, Russell House, 350 High Street, Middletown. Mary Gaitskill is the author of the novel Veronica, a finalist for the 2005...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Artists For World Peace Celebrates Africa

    The nonprofit group Artists for World Peace is to host its "Celebration of Peace: Africa," at the Wadsworth Mansion in Middletown on Thursday, May 1, from 6 to 10 p.m. The benefit event features African cuisine, an art auction of African-inspired work,...
  • READER SUBMITTED: H.O.P.E. Inc. Annual Good Friday Community Worship Service

    Middletown: H.O.P.E. Inc (Home Ownership Providing Empowerment) will host its annual Good Friday Community Worship Service April 18 at noon. This year event will be hosted at Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church located at 346 Butternut Street, Middletown....
  • Doctors At CVH Say Killer Of Wesleyan Student Not Ready For Transfer

    Doctors At CVH Say Killer Of Wesleyan Student Not Ready For Transfer
    MIDDLETOWN — Stephen Morgan, acquitted by reason of insanity in the 2009 murder of Wesleyan student Johanna Justin-Jinich, can better understand his obsession with the energetic and promising 21-year-old but isn't ready for a transfer to a less...
  • UTC Machinists Vote Sunday On National Challenge By Local Candidate

    The historic, longshot challenge by a Metro North mechanic trying to unseat the International Association of Machinists president comes to a vote at the union locals for Pratt & Whitney and UTC Aerospace on Sunday. Jay Cronk, a mechanic at the New...
  • Transgender Youth To Stay At Prison For Females

    A transgender youth who was transferred out of the care of the Department of Children and Families and into the York Correctional Institute this week will remain at the women's prison, Department of Correction officials said Friday. The decision was made...
  • Neighbors Charged With Drug-Dealing In Middletown, Police Say

    Neighbors Charged With Drug-Dealing In Middletown, Police Say
    MIDDLETOWN — Two suspected drug dealers who police said worked in tandem to provide cocaine and heroin for area users were arrested on drug, gun and other charges Thursday night. James Redd, 31, of 139 Church St. and Adalberto Alicea Jr., 20, of...
  • Middletown School Officials Weigh Budget Reductions

    MIDDLETOWN — School administrators said they are examining a number of cost-cutting measures to prepare for a city budget allocation likely lower than the board of education's request. The board adopted a $78.83 million budget request for the 2014-...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Cromwell Resident Recipient Of The 2014 Ladder Award

    The Connecticut Bar Association (CBA) Women in the Law Section in association with the CBA's Young Lawyers Section (CBA-YLS) presented Nada K. Sizemore, Associate Group General Counsel, Travelers Insurance, with the 2014 Ladder Award at the annual...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Leatherman Is Alive!

    Leatherman Reenactment - 365-Mile Walk of Leatherman's Circuit (Happening Now) Between the years of 1858-1889 a man nicknamed "Leatherman" traveled the same 365-mile circuit, walking in a clockwise loop around New England and parts of Upper New York...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Middletown Mayor Dan Drew Reads To Middlesex YMCA Preschool Children

    This week, the nation is celebrating the Week of the Young Child, established in 1971 by the National Association for the Education of Young Children. The week was designated “recognizing that the early childhood years (birth through age 8) lay...