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Thirteen states, including Connecticut, have revoked or suspended the insurance license of the embattled former owner of a city nightclub and eatery following allegations of fraud and at least six others are considering similar measures, according to the Hartford Courant.
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Every December, book lovers of all ages anxiously await the naming of the city's next novel to be read by hundreds across Middletown.
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Sometimes, we all need a helping hand. These Middletown residents are reaching out to the community via the fundraising site, GoFundMe .
On Dec. 5, Patch reader Eric Lopkin wrote an open letter to Middletown's Democratic State Rep. Matt Lesser .
Middletown Patch reader Pedro D. is hoping to reunite a female white bull terrier with her owner after his found her wandering on Highland Avenue and Connery Road in Middletown.
Wesleyan University is among four local organizations that received grants from the National Endowment for the Arts to support its dance and poetry programs.
Three men, including one from Middletown, are facing charges after an alleged shooting took place in the parking lot across from Shish Lounge on Farmington Avenue in West Hartford on Sunday morning, police said.
A 29-year-old city man is being treated for serious injuries after the BMW he was driving swerved off the road and hit a telephone pole on Ballfall Road overnight.
Our fair city attracts hipsters, "caffeinistas," lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community members, pet fanatics and intellectuals according to a new app that measures people's social media photos.
The Pratt and Whitney machinists unions Sunday agreed to contract terms covering 2,800 employees at Pratt & Whitney in Middletown and East Hartford for the next three years.
The City of Middletown and the Citizens' Advisory Committee are looking for public input on how well it spent $450,000 in federal funding to improve the lives of low- and moderate-income residents over the last year.
The city will apply for a $20,000 grant from the state Office of Culture and Tourism to identify any historic properties that may qualify for a state inventory.
A Middlefield man was arrested last week for the third time in three months after turning up at a Middletown bank demanding to see the president and be let into an exclusive customer club, according to police.
Vibrant artwork has popped up in the R.W. Camp building on Main Street where stunning photographs of the bend of the Connecticut River at Middletown and brilliantly colored Caribbean paintings share a display case.