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Orange voters on November 7 affirmed First Selectman Jim Zeoli and the whole Republican ticket in municipal elections. The town leadership will look very similar to what it has been for the last several years, with a few exceptions.
The Town of Orange is hosting its annual Holiday Festival with the Lighted Tractor Parade and Tree Lighting on Sunday December 3rd. Festivities will be on and around the Town Green beginning at 3 p.m. There will be an ice carving demonstration in front of the Clark Building.
Boy Scout Troop 63 will be holding its annual Christmas Tree Sale. For over 50 years, Troop 63 has been selling trees, wreaths, kissing balls and other fresh holiday decorations. The sale will be located behind the Public Library in Woodbridge on Center Road. The troop will sell fresh balsam pine
For the 14th consecutive year, Holly Hill Childcare and Learning Center is collecting food and gift cards to fill Thanksgiving food baskets for those in need.
In keeping with our unwavering commitment to our motto, “WE SERVE,” the Orange Lions have been actively engaged in serving our community throughout the month of October. We are proud to share some heartwarming updates from our recent activities.
As time marches on, the history of the Town of Orange depends on those of us who keep learning about it and in some instances, as with my column, put it into writing. The one part of Orange that seems to be a mystery within the citizenry is Tyler City, so named by two New Haven entrepreneurs
Thankful to all who have served and for their sacrifice. Students from Turkey Hill 21st Century created cards that were given to the Vet Center of New Haven (located in Orange) to be distributed to the vets as a thank you for Veterans Day.
After 41 years of serving our many thousands of valued clients, we must regretfully announce our up-coming closing. We plan to complete the closing by December 24, 2023 at 4pm. We wish to alert you that if you have any discs or videotapes that you want transferred, now is the time to bring them in
The Farmer's Almanac has predicted a cold snowy winter for New England. With that in mind, the Friends of the Case Memorial Library remind all our holiday knitters and shoppers that we need your help. Our holiday Mitten Tree will again need decorating with not only mittens, but hats, gloves
The Library will be closed on Thursday, November 23 and Friday, November 24 in observance of observance of Thanksgiving. The Library will be open on Saturday, November 25.
On November 20, at 1:00pm Dr. Horowitz will discuss Tinnitus, Hearing Loss, and present some hearing aids. Call 203-891-4784 to register.
We wish to thank voters of Orange for their support in the election last Tuesday, re-electing us to the Orange Board of Finance. The goal of balancing Town needs with taxpayer affordability is a challenging one. Over the years, one way to achieve that balance is to communicate a message
Congratulations and welcome! You are now part of the largest Regional School Board in the State of Connecticut made up of thirteen elected officials that will begin meeting together monthly for multiple hours over the next four years. In addition to this meeting time, you will receive input
The Board of Music Ministry of the Orange Congregational Church invites the community to join in a festive concert on Sunday, December 3, 2023 at 4:00 pm. The Handbell Choir will perform seasonal selections as the audience joins in singing familiar carols.