Middletown


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Mid·dle·town

 (mĭd′l-toun′)
A city of central Connecticut on the Connecticut River south of Hartford. It is the seat of Wesleyan University (chartered 1831).

Mid•dle•town

(ˈmɪd lˌtaʊn)

n.
a township in E New Jersey. 62,574.
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At Calistoga, at the end of the railroad, they saw the six-horse stages leaving for Middletown and Lower Lake.
The Middletown office is located at 1521 West Main Road, Middletown, RI.
Notes: there will be a pre-bid meeting for all interested bidders at 11:00 am, on tuesday, july 11, 2017 in middletown town hall, conference room, one kings highway, middletown, nj 07748.
has signed its first anchor tenants at their newest development, The Shoppes at Middletown, in Middletown, NJ.
acted as financial adviser and provided the fairness opinion to Woodsboro Bank in regards to its agreement to consolidate with Middletown Valley Bank, the firm said.
Clew, former managing editor of The Hartford Courant, and Mona (Gallivan) Clew, former junior high teacher in the Middletown School District.
Michael Chikeleze, director of the Middletown campus, said demand for courses and programs has been so strong that classroom space in the refurbished portions of the existing building is already at a premium.
The blast happened at the plant in Middletown, Connecticut.
Middletown, Ohio, has purchased the former Staker Alloys Inc.
The store debuted earlier this month in Middletown, Del.
Fifty years before Middletown became a city, night watchmen walked the streets in civilian clothes on guard for petty thievery and assaults.
Author and Vanity Fair contributing editor Gail Sheehy spent a year and a half in the New Jersey community of Middletown chronicling the devastating loss and recovery from the Sept.

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