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In less than six weeks, on Tuesday, November 7, Orange residents will be heading to the polls to cast their votes for town government. While the Republican ticket lists the well- known, experienced crew, local Democrats are fielding a number of newcomers to municipal governance, many of them with
Boy Scout Troop 41 is gearing up for a new season of camping, hiking, and other outdoor adventures. The troop is open to boys ages 11 and up from all surrounding towns.“We’re looking forward to a great year of Scouting,” said Scoutmaster Brian. “We have a lot of great events planned, and we’re
Amity High School’s drop in the 2023 U.S. News ranking is puzzling, especially after the strong improvement in ranks on state-wide assessment tests last year. At the last BOE meeting, some parents raised concerns about the ranking drop. As a BOE member and Woodbridge parent myself, I delved into
Yes, they are. Dolls have been a source of “play” and ceremony from very early history. The earliest doll was a spirit being used in magic and religious rituals throughout the world. The earliest “doll” goes back to ancient civilizations of Egypt, Greece and Rome. The earliest use of a doll as a
Holly Hill Childcare and Learning Center is pleased to announce its partnering with Ally Soule of Heart and Soule Speech Therapy. This exciting partnership is the first of its kind!Ally Soule is a resident of Orange, mom to a two-year old little girl, and a pediatric speech language pathologist
The Orange Republicans held their caucus on Wednesday, July 20, endorsing incumbent James Zeoli for First Selectman, along with a full slate of candidates who will share the Republican ticket.In his remarks, Zeoli cited his own observations on his opponent’s platform.
Like planets lining up for a grand conjunction, Bethany, Orange, and Woodbridge are holding municipal elections on the same day for the first time in recent memory. This gives the League of Women Voters of Amity an opportunity to make efficient use of the national League’s online voter guide
Congratulations to Claudia Homiski of Orange, CT, who was named to the Ithaca College Spring 2023 Dean's List. Andrew Gnidula of Orange, CT, also made the Spring 2023 Dean's List at Seton Hall University.
Yana Patel, of Orange, CT, received the Elmira College Key Award for academic and community leadership. A tradition that goes back to 1935, the EC Key Award is presented to outstanding students in their junior year of high school or preparatory school.This year, the award was given to 783 students
National Drug Take Back Day will be held on Saturday, October 28th from 10:00am-2:00pm at High Plains Community Center. All unwanted/expired medications will be taken (including liquids and sharps). Volunteers from the National Pharmacy Association will be on site to answer any questions
The week of October 8-14, 2023 is Fire Prevention Week. Since 1922, this event has been observed on the Sunday through Saturday period in which October 9 falls. It is an opportunity to alert and educate the public on the importance of fire safety and each citizen's role in fire prevention.
On Saturday, October 7, 2023, the Orange Recycling Committee will hold another “Shredding Day” which will include Document Shredding AND Clothing, and Household Goods Collection, ALL at High Plains Community Center. Paper and personal document shredding will be conducted by Orange business
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The Friends of the Case Memorial Library is hosting a Community Book Sale on Saturday, October 14 from 10am-3pm in the Library Basement “bookstore.” This sale is a bargain shoppers’ delight. There are “nearly new” used books, hardcover and paperbacks, CDs and DVDs available for all age groups and