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11 hrs ago | The Hartford Courant
More than 200 students in Kindergarten through 8th grade converged on Wilbert Snow Elementary School last Saturday, March 8, for the sixth annual Minds in Motion Middletown program, presented by the Connecticut Association for the Gifted .
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MIDDLETOWN, Connecticut, March 15. JUST yesterday, Chelsea Piers' Alexandra Walsh broke the 11-12 100-yard IM National Age Group mark of Kathleen Baker.
12 hrs ago | Patch.com
"Forward the 9th" was the message of a Civil War recruiting poster used to enlist Connecticut's Irish immigrants.
A "Blue Mama" support group for expectant and new mothers is set to start in town beginning on Thursday, March 20. Sharon Thomason of The MomSource LLC and Annie Keating-Scherer, a perinatal adjustment specialist, will offer the group for women who suffer from perinatal mood disorders - mood disorders occurring during pregnancy or up to one year ... (more)
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On a day last week, readers learned that Hartford is looking for a contractor for a $2.5 million reconstruction of its Keney Park Golf Course; that Middletown is looking for preschool and day-care providers; and that bids are being sought to renovate the XL Center in downtown Hartford.
A Wesleyan University student sued a fraternity where she says she was raped in a common room during a "strip show" pledge party last year.
The Middlesex County Historical Society is pleased to host the CD-release concert for Middletown native Tom Callinan's latest recording titled "We Owe Allegiance To No Crown" on Tuesday, April 1, at 7 p.m. in the Hubbard Room at Russell Library.
Eastern AHEC, Inc. has partnered with Access Health CT to help Middletown residents enroll in quality, affordable health care coverage.
Property owners in the city's Maromas section are questioning the state's closure of part of Reservoir Road that travels over reservoirs providing drinking water for the Connecticut Valley Hospital campus.
The Silence of Bonaventure Arrow, by Rita Leganski, will be the featured book for this year's event, which encourages people throughout the Middletown area to read the same book and participate in discussion events to foster a love of reading.
The Jonah Center for Earth and Art is hosting a presentation about woodland management and open space preservation on Wednesday, March 12. The discussion will be led by Tom Worthley, a University of Connecticut professor of forestry and Jeremy Clark, a state-certified forester and member of the city's planning and zoning commission.
The Keep the Promise Coalition Children's Committee is pleased to announce the release of a new issue brief: Earlier - Better: Communities Proactively Addressing Children's Mental Health One in five children and adolescents have symptoms of a mental illness and only a quarter of these children have access to appropriate mental health ... (more)