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  • Malware tapped into webcams and spied on victims, prosecutors say

    Malware tapped into webcams and spied on victims, prosecutors say
    Hackers who paid $40 for a sinister software program called Blackshades stole sexually explicit photographs from personal computers, trained victims’ webcams on them using a remote access tool, and even sent threats to victims who tried to block the...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Middletown Motorcycle Mania Postponed

    Chairman Richard Carella of the Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce announced that the 9th annual Middletown Motorcycle Mania, presented by Hunter Limousines, Hunter's Ambulance and the Hunter Family, has been postponed due to expected inclement...
  • What's A New Municipal Building Doing In Ballpark Bids?

    What's A New Municipal Building Doing In Ballpark Bids?
    Wait a minute. A new municipal building? Where did that come from? That's what some folks were asking this past week after the two bids that the city received for developing a minor league baseball stadium and surrounding land just north of I-84 in...
  • Middletown Council Approves Funding For Study Of Parks

    MIDDLETOWN — The city will hire an engineering firm to study the city's parks and athletic fields and form a proposal for modernizing the facilities. The common council approved spending up to $75,000 on the study, to be done by Milone & MacBroom....
  • Regional Champs Set For Next Step: Legion World Series

    After the team of Rocky Hill, Cromwell and Portland (RCP) won the American Legion Northeast Regional championship on Monday, coach Jay Hickey turned his attention to his team's next task — the World Series.  Hickey knew he had a few important...
  • Ten New Members, Including The Courant's Tom Yantz, To Be Inducted into CHSCA Hall of Fame

                  Six coaches, two athletic directors, a legendary Connecticut athlete and one media member will be honored as 2014 inductees to the Connecticut High School Coaches Association Hall of Fame at its 38th annual ceremony on Nov. 20 at the...
  • In The Name Of Amor, A Vegan Food Truck Is Born

    In The Name Of Amor, A Vegan Food Truck Is Born
    Gabriella daSilva-Taylor has been a vegetarian since before birth, dating back to her vegetarian mother's pregnancy. Later, she discovered she had an allergy to eggs, which left plenty of foods off-limits, including birthday cake. But instead of feeling...
  • Motorcycle Mania In Middletown Postponed To Aug. 20 Due To Weather

    Motorcycle Mania In Middletown Postponed To Aug. 20 Due To Weather
    MIDDLETOWN — The 2014 Motorcycle Mania has been postponed due to expected inclement weather and will be held Wednesday, Aug. 20 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Main Street. The Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce is expecting more than 5,000...
  • RCP Wins American Legion Northeast Regional

     RCP Wins American Legion Northeast Regional
    MIDDLETOWN — The team of Rocky Hill, Cromwell and Portland finally has its title. Tommy Seaver drove in the winning run with a walk-off single in the bottom of the ninth inning Monday night, giving RCP a 5-4 victory over Milford, Mass., in the...
  • O'Garro Charged With Failing To Pay Restaurant Employees

    Earl O'Garro Jr., a former insurance executive at the center of a federal investigation into unpaid premiums, faces five felony counts of failing to pay wages to employees of a now-defunct Middletown restaurant he operated in 2013. The state Department...
  • Police: Middletown Man Left Young Children Alone In Car

    Police: Middletown Man Left Young Children Alone In Car
    MIDDLETOWN — A local man was arrested Monday after police found his two young children alone in his truck near Mellili Plaza for about 30 minutes, police said. Officers located William N. Clayton, 38, of East Main Street, who had gone inside a...
  • Police Suicides: When Stress Is Too Much

    Police Suicides: When Stress Is Too Much
    As Janice McCarthy stood and spoke in front of a parking lot surveillance video that captured the last hours of her husband's life, her argument about the need to change the culture of police work became clear. "What you experience on a daily basis is...