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Middletown Population: 18,495

Total Males: 9,027
Total Females: 9,468
Median Household Income: $78,605
Total Households: 6,196

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Brief Information About Middletown


The town of Middletown is located at an elevated point of about 69 ft. It is a part of the New Castle County in the U.S. state of Delaware. Middletown has a total area of about 6.5 sq. miles. Over the last few years there has been a considerable increase in the number of food and retail chain stores in the area. This has led to the further development of the existing infrastructure. The transportation links from in and out of the county are well developed. There is a combination of road, rail and airport facilities in the area. There are also a number of educational institutes in the area. Some of the famous events of Middletown include the Olde Tyme Peach Festival and Mummers Parade. These gatherings attract a considerable amount of tourist traffic in the area and also helps the growth of other related businesses. Some of the famous residents of the town are Ashlee Greenwell, Reggie Leach and Silas Simmons.



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