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Jun 302015
 
Orange Police: Residential Burglary And Items Stolen From Unlocked Cars

The Orange Police are investigating a residential burglary in the Indian River neighborhood overnight where entry was gained through an unlocked door. Additionally, several unlocked cars had valuables taken and mail was stolen from a residential mailbox nearby. This is the second such burglary in recent weeks.  In the previous incident suspects cut a screen [Read The Full Story]

Jun 302015
 
Good Shepherd Vacation Bible School Conquers Mount Everest

A message from the Church of the Good Shepherd:  The Church of the Good Shepherd invites all mountaineers between the ages of 3 to 10 years to join our Trek Rockrambler team. Lead by local Good Shepherd Sherpas, we will explore “Mount Everest and Conquer Life’s Many Challenges with God’s Mighty Power.” Our popular Vacation [Read The Full Story]

Jun 302015
 
Legion Baseball: An Incredible Slide — You Won't Believe This!

At Monday’s first Legion Baseball game of a double header between Orange and West Haven, Devin Belenski slid into third in dramatic fashion. He went right between the third baseman’s legs and when he did, instead of tagging him out, the player dropped the ball and Belenski was safe. Here’s a gif of the slide [Read The Full Story]

Jun 302015
 
Saturday is NuVita’s Veteran Appreciation Day

On Saturday, July 4th, NuVita Frozen Yogurt & Café, 35 Old Tavern Road welcomes all veterans, as we will be offering free coffee and 50% off yogurt ALL DAY! So, please come in on July 4, from 9:00 a.m. – 9:30 p.m. It’s a little way of showing our appreciation to those who have served.

Jun 302015
 
Eagles Tribute Band Makes CT Debut At Orange Independence Day Festivities

The Town of Orange may be small in population, but it now has the reputation for bringing in internationally renowned bands and one of the most spectacular fireworks displays in the New Haven County. For this year’s Independence Day Concert, “Hotel California – The Original Eagles Tribute” will perform prior to the town’s Annual Independence Day [Read The Full Story]

Jun 302015
 
Legion Baseball Game 2: Orange Post 127 beats West Haven 8-4

  Kyle Mattei (#13) collected three hits, sparking Orange Post 127 to an 8-4 victory in seven innings over West Haven on Monday at Brinley Field on Monday night. He doubled in the second inning and singled in the first and third innings. Doug Rives‘s (#22) 11 strikeouts were enough to push Orange Post 127 past [Read The Full Story]

Jun 302015
 
Legion Baseball Game 1: Hot bat leads Orange Post 127 past West Haven 11-2

An exceptional effort by Pat Winkel (#15) led Orange Post 127 to an 11-2 win in seven innings over West Haven on Monday at Brinley Field. Winkel racked up six RBIs on three hits for Orange Post 127. He doubled in the first inning and homered in the fifth and sixth innings. Orange Post 127 beat West [Read The Full Story]

Jun 292015
 
Property Transfers: Here's What Sold in Orange April 24 - June 17

Town Clerk Patrick O’Sullivan released this list of Property Transfers in the town of Orange: 600 Fawn Drive, $299,250, Joseph Pelaccia to Aaron Pelaccia, filed at Town Hall on April 24 1014 Abbey Court, $325,000, Scott Howard Revocable Living Trust to David Chang, filed on April 29 339 Lincoln Road, $312,000, Michelle Bailey Hocker to [Read The Full Story]

Jun 292015
 
Impromptu Practice Session Provides Entertainment At Farmer's Market (video)

Last Thursday, the Orange Farmer’s Market at the Orange Fairgrounds attracted fairly steady traffic in the Pavillion. Shoppers walked away with baked goods from Julia’s Bakery, natural soaps, plants, flowers, handmade wool objects, herbs, eggs, greens and vegetables and information about fresh meats from local farms. In the meantime, the gentle breeze wafted the sound of [Read The Full Story]

Jun 292015
 
Orange Police: Woman Arrested After Cell Phone Related Crash

Officers responded to a one-car accident on Hitching Post Road, June 6 at 1:07 a.m. Officers found the vehicle sitting on top of a rock wall lining the front lawn of one of the residences on the street. The driver, Judith Byrnes, 48, of 67 Cherry Street Apt R2, Milford, admitted she had been looking [Read The Full Story]