Fields, playgrounds, basketball courts still closed in Middletown. “There won’t be anything official until it’s official,” Mayor Florsheim says.
In unprecedented time of need, NBA center’s generosity aids Middlesex healthcare workers, arena staffers in Cleveland, kids in Detroit.
Now recovered from coronavirus, MHS grad reflects on her time at New York-Presbyterian’s Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital.
“And everyone I see is keeping their distance from each other,” noted Bill Russo, Middletown’s director of public works.
Seven new LED-fed towers are in place. The first night game of the high school season is April 24 between Xavier and Fitch.
In time for the high school baseball season, the eight 1960s-era towers will be replaced with LED light-control system. Price tag: $780,000.