Cassandra Day, The Middletown Press

Cassandra Day

The Middletown Press

Middletown, CT, United States

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Recent:
  • The Middletown Press
Past:
  • New Haven Register
  • Register Citizen
  • The News-Times
  • Stamford Advocate

Recent articles by Cassandra:

Once told it would cost $15K, Middletown man gets public school documents 394 days after request, panel finds

The state Freedom of Information Commission has found in favor of two Middletown... → Read More

Extreme heat shuts down some Middletown polling machines during CT primary

Some tabulator machines became inoperable during Tuesday’s primary due to the hot conditions inside Middletown schools without air conditioning, officials said. → Read More

Swatting incident inspires Middletown resident to develop safe haven for LGBTQ community

Laura Timmons says she wants to bring the Middletown LGBTQ community together where they... → Read More

‘Catastrophic’ Middletown water main break a ‘wake-up call,’ mayor says

Middletown will use $2.75 million in ARA funds to fix its aging infrastructure to prevent... → Read More

Big Y gets wetlands approval for proposed Middletown store

A public hearing is scheduled for next month for the proposed 50,000-square-foot Big Y... → Read More

Middletown makes ‘big’ effort to revive dying trees due to drought

Although watering trucks transverse the streets twice a week, some Middletown trees are struggling to survive due to the ongoing drought conditions, officials say. → Read More

New Middletown medication disposal box part of task force’s effort to end opioid crisis

A permanent medication disposal box has been installed at the Middletown Police... → Read More

Middletown luxury apartment developers seek tax deal for small businesses

Developers of the apartment complex proposed for the grassy field at the rear of 494 Newfield St. near the Cromwell line are seeking $1 million for small businesses. → Read More

Middletown streamlines tax incentives to lure business

Middletown officials say the goal is to compete with other municipalities on projects and... → Read More

Middletown health official predicts COVID cases will soon rise. Here’s why.

Kevin Elak says he's concerned about cases rising as early as September, when students return to school. → Read More

Middletown promotes recycling with reusable coffee cup program

Middletown is promoting the program with incentives that include free coffee and mugs and... → Read More

‘A place of their own’: Wesleyan-run youth program engages kids in Middletown housing complex

In its second year, Wesleyan’s T-Square project is helping to keep youth busy over the... → Read More

‘Heart is breaking’: Middletown dance hall leaves downtown home after 22 years

Vinnie’s Jump and Jive, located at 424 Main St., in Middletown's North End held its final class there on Monday and will resume at Faith Lutheran Church. → Read More

‘Movie star career’: Middletown police captain moves up ranks after changing mind on retirement

Capt. Brian Hubbs is among six members of the Middletown Police Department who were... → Read More

Middletown neighborhood ‘shaken up’ after shootout between people in 2 cars

Police were called to the area of Stack Street and Rome Avenue on Monday afternoon for a reported shootout between the occupants of two vehicles. → Read More

Officials: Solar arrays at old Middletown landfill to save $450K in energy costs

The solar arrays are part of a project that will create a nature trail to the top of the... → Read More

What a photo of students reveals about climate in Middletown schools

The head of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion for Middletown’s public schools says a... → Read More

Amid moderate drought, why officials say Middletown is in better shape than most of CT

As Gov. Ned Lamont asks residents to conserve, a Middletown official says the city is... → Read More

Record $5M housing discrimination penalty to go in restricted account, Cromwell voters decide

Cromwell was found to have used “overt discriminatory practices” related to opening a... → Read More

‘Time for action is now’: Middletown unions call on school board to fix ‘toxic’ job climate

The results of a five-month investigation examining alleged misconduct by top Middletown... → Read More