Middletown News
By DORTHA COOL WILLETTS
MIDDLETOWN - About 30 people attended Session I of the first public feedback workshop for preparing the revised CT Wildlife Action Plan (WAP) They met at the Connecticut Forest & Park Association, Rockfall, Nov. 6...
MIDDLETOWN - Eddie Money is a Brooklyn-born New Yorker who traded in life as a police officer to become one of the most successful artists of the 70’s and 80’s with a solid 14 cla...
MIDDLETOWN - Recently I had a conversation with a friend who was complaining--she seemed to be able to garden, but she wasn’t able to grow indoor tropical plants. I went through th...
MIDDLETOWN - Wicked: The untold story of the witches of Oz spins and lands magically onto the Bushnell stage beginning Nov. 5 and remains through Nov. 23. Three weeks, three magical w...
MIDDLETOWN - Rachael Yamagata was born in Arlington, Va. She began her musical career in the 90’s with the Chicago band Bumpus before leaving in 2001 to begin a solo career. She wil...
MIDDLETOWN - There are many useful objects around the house that can be used for a purpose other than its intended use. I have found that to be so in the garden as well as in my home....
MIDDLETOWN - Pumpkin seed tortilla chips, Raw Youniverse smoothies, barbecued veggieburgers, Down East Fish Herbs, Hot to Trot Smoked Chicken Seasons and an atmosphere filled with mus...
MIDDLETOWN - Have you seen any snapping turtles lately? If so, that would have been a lucky sighting. According to John Hall, director of the Jonah Center for Earth and Art, “The ...
MIDDLETOWN - Remember the good old days when we were young in school? We used to sing Christmas and Hanukkah songs during our holiday concerts and we were all provided a multicultura...
MIDDLETOWN - More than 1,700 people jammed the Xavier High School campus Saturday, Oct. 18, to celebrate Larry McHugh, the man who spent 20 years at the school as an educator, a motiv...