A virtual public hearing Monday night in Middletown centered around the naming of a new middle school.
‘Every single person needs to be counted’: New effort underway in the state to get everyone counted in the Census 2020
Getting you to fill out the census, that was the goal today in Middletown and Hartford where state and local leaders announced a new effort to get everyone counted in the 2020 Census.
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?
The City of Middletown is defunding $200,000 from the police department’s private-duty overtime.
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.
Governor Ned Lamont and Connecticut transit workers were out at bus stops Tuesday handing out free masks to passengers.
The body of a 17-year-old boy who went missing in the Connecticut River on Monday was recovered Wednesday morning.
Middletown Police reported Wednesday evening, the suspect in a death investigation from Monday morning on Green Street in Middletown has been located in Georgia.
Police are investigating after a man was found stabbed in the middle of a street early Sunday morning in Middletown.
The New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) announced Friday that all fall sports have been canceled due to coronavirus concerns.