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Do Something Good For The Town and The Earth — The OCC Wants You!

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Aug 192017
 
Do Something Good For The Town and The Earth — The OCC Wants You!

The Orange Conservation Commission is seeking new members to help care for and preserve the land on the all of the Town-Owned properties for which the OCC is responsible—Paul Ode Nature Trail (High Plains Community Center), Wepawaug (off Mapledale Rd), Wrights Pond (Old Grassy Hill Rd), Housatonic Overlook (Cedar Grove Rd/High Ridge Rd), Racebrook Tract [Read The Full Story]

Obituary: Marilyn Ann Marlin, 78, Sister of George Mako Jr.

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Aug 192017
 
Obituary: Marilyn Ann Marlin, 78, Sister of George Mako Jr.

Marilyn Ann (Mako) Marlin, 78, a resident of Harwich, MA, died Wednesday, August 9, 2017, after a yearlong struggle with liver cancer in Bethel Health Care Center in Bethel, CT. Marilyn had been living in Sandy Hook during her illness in the care of her daughters till just before her death. Marilyn was born on [Read The Full Story]

Fundraiser: Meet and Greet Brunch With Margaret Novicki

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Aug 182017
 
Fundraiser: Meet and Greet Brunch With Margaret Novicki

Karen deFur-Maxwell and Jody Dietch will host a Sunday Brunch Meet and Greet Fundraiser for Margaret Novicki, Democratic candidate for the first selectman at 11 a.m. on Sept. 10. The event will take place at 595 Harborview Road, Orange. There is a $50 suggested donation. RSVP to Jody Dietch by Sept. 3 at jldorange@yahoo.com or call [Read The Full Story]

Find All Sorts Of Treasures At the Academy Every Saturday

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Aug 182017
 
Find All Sorts Of Treasures At the Academy Every Saturday

The Orange Historical Society Antique Shop and Museum, 605 Orange Center Road, is open on Saturdays from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. with dolls and more dolls ready for new owners. The sale on Aug. 12 was a smashing success but there are still many more dolls to choose from as well as antiques and collectibles. Come see [Read The Full Story]

Upcoming Events At The Case Memorial Library

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Aug 172017
 
Upcoming Events At The Case Memorial Library

The Case Memorial Library, 176 Tyler City Road, offers the following programs and events. Oscar Film: Hell or High Water Monday, August 21, 7 p.m. Wednesday, August 23, 1 p.m. 1 hr. 42 min. R. A divorced father and his ex-con older brother resort to a desperate scheme in order to save their family’s ranch [Read The Full Story]

Farmers’ Market Open Until 7 p.m.

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Aug 172017
 
Farmers' Market Open Until 7 p.m.

Come on down to the Farm Market today (Thursday, Aug. 17) from 3:30 – 7 p.m. The following vendors are participating: Laurel Glen Farm, Wayne’s Figs, Fox Hollow Farm, Oronoque Farm, Grassy Hill Farm, Whole German Bread, Seasonal Catering, Shamrock Farm, Mapleview Farm and Zuppardi’s Pizza.

Volunteer Your Time As An English Language Tutor

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Aug 172017
 
Volunteer Your Time As An English Language Tutor

—    Literacy Volunteers Offers Tutor Training to Help Local Adults —  You can make a difference in someone else’s life!  Did you know there are more than 15,000 people in Milford and Stratford without a high school diploma?  Did you know there are more than 1,600 adults who are not fluent in English?  Did you know there are [Read The Full Story]

New To Town? Here’s Some School Information That You May Find Useful

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Aug 162017
 
New To Town? Here's Some School Information That You May Find Useful

The town of Orange has three elementary schools (Racebrook, Turkey Hill, and Peck Place) and one kindergarten (Mary L. Tracy). If you are a brand new resident, you may wonder which your child will attend. The Board of Ed provides a list of street assignments for schools, so you will know the answer at a [Read The Full Story]

Orange Police Blotter: Man Accused of Causing Disturbance At Local Gym

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Aug 162017
 
Orange Police Blotter: Man Accused of Causing Disturbance At Local Gym

Orange Police responded to the Edge Fitness Center, 50 Boston Post Road, on a report of a physical altercation on July 27 at 2:59 p.m. During the investigation, officers learned that Bilal Kadi, 30, of West Haven had allegedly kicked and struck another person at the gym and taken that person’s wallet. Kadi was charged with [Read The Full Story]

Aug 152017
 
Recent Property Transfers In Orange

Town Clerk Patrick O’Sullivan recently released this list of property transfers filed with his office between June 24 and Aug. 11, 2017. 277 Pine Tree Drive, Richard Sheramy to Jing Li, $330,000, filed on June 26 235 High Plains Drive, Anthony Mastrofrancesco to Joseph Cubellotti, $470,000, filed on June 28 497 Dogwood Road, Paul Davis [Read The Full Story]