The city has opened two centers to help meet the needs of residents.
In Middletown, we followed along with the governor who is taking a look at the damage in different areas of the state.
Capitol Report: Calls for WCSU mascot to be changed over ‘colonialism’ connection, Mayor Florsheim busts a move at Middletown High graduation
Another Connecticut politician with dance fever. And is it time for a Connecticut State University to say farewell to their mascot?
Middletown is offering a place for people to cool off while waiting out power outages Thursday.
After many Christopher Columbus statues were vandalized during protests following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis some cities have decided to preempt any damage by removing the statues from public areas. One owned by the City of Middletown was suddenly removed on Saturday.
Due to COVID-19, people were asked to join virtually, as state officials and those honoring loved ones watched nearby.
The Middletown school district is now looking ahead to summer as it continues to provide ‘grab-&-go’ breakfast and lunch to families in need.
MIDDLETOWN, Conn. (WTNH) — Middletown Mayor Ben Florsheim has confirmed the city’s first positive case of coronavirus to News 8 Saturday afternoon. Mayor Florsheim says the individual is a man in his 50s. The mayor says the man is not showing major symptoms and is “doing fairly well.” He is currently in self-isolation. “It goes […]
MIDDLETOWN, Conn. (WTNH) — Middletown Mayor Ben Florsheim received the alert while he was doing an interview with News8 at one of four sites the city set up for parents of students in public schools to pick up free meals to help them while schools are out. The alert said a Middletown resident — a […]
Capitol Report: New Hampshire Primary outcomes, what’s next for 2020 Democratic presidential candidates
Live Free or Die: we dive into the New Hampshire Primary outcome and what lies ahead for the Democratic presidential candidates.