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Jan 312015
 
Mary L Tracy's Valentines Children's Fair Today til 3 p.m.

Mary L. Tracy School, 650 Schoolhouse Lane, will be holding its annual Valentine’s Children’s Fair today, Jan. 31 from 11 a.m.- 3 p.m.  Fairgoers can expect a silent auction, raffle baskets, games, crafts, nail painting and tattoos, plus a cake walk, cupcake decorating, and more! This fair is one of the PTO’s largest fundraisers and profits directly [Read The Full Story]

Jan 312015
 
Bakery/Restaurant Proposal On Plan & Zoning Agenda

The Town Plan & Zoning Commission meets at Town Hall Tuesday, Feb. 3 at 7:30 p.m. There is a short agenda this week, including: 1. SITE PLAN APPLICATION – Submitted by Adnan Akil for 254 Bull Hill Lane, owned by the New Haven Islamic Center. The proposal is to locate a 3,000 sq. ft. restaurant & bakery [Read The Full Story]

Jan 312015
 
Orange Police Make Larceny Arrest

Officers were dispatched to the Burlington Coat Factory, 80 Boston Post Road on a shoplifting complaint, Jan. 24 at 12:18 p.m. According to the report, Radames Marrero-Garcia, 37, of 104 Hallock Ave., New Haven, was accused of taking $459.77 worth of clothing, watches and cologne from the store without paying. He reportedly ran away when store security [Read The Full Story]

Jan 302015
 
Amity Teen Center Receives Grant Award

The Liberty Bank Foundation has awarded a $2,000 grant to the Amity Teen Center to support the Teens Making a Difference Program. “The program encourages teens to participate in hands-on community service projects to gain an awareness of the needs in their community,” said Sue Murphy, executive director of Liberty Bank Foundation. “The teens involved [Read The Full Story]

Jan 302015
 
Lady Spartans Basketball Senior Night Tonight

The Lady Spartans Basketball team takes on Lauralton Hall in Woodbridge tonight (Friday, Jan. 30) at 7 p.m. This is a very special night for four of the girls — the seniors — Mariana Marchitto (#10), Kaitlain Thomas (#12), Sarah Kilian (#34) and Captain Janaya Young (#52), as this is Senior Night. We missed seeing Janaya [Read The Full Story]

Jan 302015
 
Applications Available For Orange Scholarships

Applications to the Orange Scholarship Fund are now available at the Case Memorial Library, 176 Tyler City Road. Seniors at any of the local public and private high schools who are residents of Orange and plan to continue their education are eligible to apply, with scholarships being awarded on the basis of need, academic achievement, [Read The Full Story]

Jan 302015
 
Girls Hockey: Blades Slash Raiders 9-1

The Amity Girls are part of a co op hockey team known as the Blades. On Wednesday, Jan. 28, they went up against the Notre Dame Raiders in Shelton. The Blades came out strong in the first period scoring their first goal within the first 2 minutes. At 11:44 they scored again; and less than [Read The Full Story]

Jan 302015
 
Orange Police Seek Man Who Fled From Accident Scene

The Orange Police Department holds an arrest warrant for David Dileonardo, 29. The charges include Larceny Sixth Degree by Possession (File 16 stolen plate), Engaging Police in Pursuit, Evading Responsibility and several additional motor vehicle charges. Derby Superior Court GA-5 set Dileonardo’s bond at $15,000. Dileonardo is known to frequent Waterbury and Naugatuck, his permanent address [Read The Full Story]

Jan 302015
 
Church of the Good Shepherd likes to bring people together over food

The Church of the Good Shepherd’s Youth Group invites everyone to attend their Annual Shrove Tuesday Pancake Feast on Tuesday Feb. 17 beginning at 6 p.m. in the Parish Hall. Everyone is encouraged to bring a board game to complement this evening of family fun. The youth group looks forward to taking over the church’s commercial kitchen! Under the supervision [Read The Full Story]

Jan 302015
 
Wind Advisory In Effect This Afternoon Through Tomorrow

A Wind Advisory is in effect from 4 p.m. this afternoon to 4 p.m. Saturday. Be prepared for: – Strong Winds. – Winds Northwest 15 To 25 mph With Gusts 45 To 50 mph. – Strong winds may down some tree limbs and power lines and make driving high profile vehicles difficult especially on elevated roadways [Read The Full Story]