May 282015
Softball: YES! Lady Spartans Shut Out Cheshire in SCC Semi final

The Lady Spartans are some tough cookies. When all the seasoned sports reporters were predicting that Cheshire would win the semi final game, Amity fans stuck with their team and for good reason — The Lady Spartans Rock! With a 3-0 victory in West Haven Thursday night, Amity advances to the SCC softball finals at [Read The Full Story]

May 282015
Baseball: Amity Bats Notre Dame-West Haven Out Of The SCC Tourney

The Amity Spartans went up against Notre Dame-West Haven in West Haven for the SCC semi-final game Thursday night. Our boys were relentless and defeated ND 14-2. Matt Ronai hit a two-run homer in the second inning, 8-0. Amity will compete in the SCC finals in West Haven, Saturday at 12:00 p.m. Congratulations Boys, You Earned This. [Read The Full Story]

May 282015
Boys Tennis: Amity Spartans Win 5th SCC Title

The Amity Spartans are the SCC Division 1 Boys Tennis Champs. Amity defeated Daniel Hand, 6-1 at the Yale Tennis Complex. The Spartans ended their season 20-0 and earned their 5th SCC title today. Amity senior Jason Seidman swept Kyle Fay in straight sets 6-0, 6-1. Seidman was named the Tournament’s Most Outstanding Player. He will attend Northwestern University in [Read The Full Story]

May 282015
Celebrating Three Years As Your Best Source For 24-7 News in Orange CT

Orange Live has been online for three years, offering Orange residents news from their town and Amity High School, which is attended by the majority of Orange students. In the 1,095 days that Orange Live has been up, it’s rare that I’ve wavered from the promise to be your exclusive Orange news site (with news from [Read The Full Story]

May 282015
Get Your Tickets Now For Back To The Future Pops at Amity

Amity High School Music Department Presents: Back To The Future Pops in the John J. Brady Center for the Performing Arts, Friday, June 5 and Saturday, June 6 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $10 (click link) Come out and see the great talent of our Amity High School music students.  They have been working hard and [Read The Full Story]

May 282015
Update: Insight to Action That Led To Former Woodbridge Principal's Suspension in Waterbury

On April 21, Orange Live published a story about a former Woodbridge school principal who was suspended following a trip to China with several students and chaperones from Carrington School in Waterbury. We’ve been looking for updates and just came upon this one from NBC30. In short, the scandal does not appear to be as [Read The Full Story]

May 282015
Obituary: Marion Troy, 85, Beloved Mother of Loretta Pirc

Mary Ellen (“Marion”) Leydon Troy, 85, passed away peacefully at home on Sunday, May 24, 2015. She was the beloved wife of the late Augustine (“Gus”) C. Troy and devoted daughter of Irish immigrants, the late Joseph and Mary Ellen (Cullen) Leydon. Gus first laid eyes on Marion in St. John’s Church, where they both [Read The Full Story]

May 282015
You Asked For It...Road Work Begins In Orange On Monday

Now that the weather has settled down, the Orange Highway Department will begin the much-needed road work on Monday, June 1. First on the list is Old Tavern Road from Lambert Road to the Milford Town Line. (That’s in front of Old Tavern Park and across the intersection of Orange Center Road; also past Treat [Read The Full Story]

May 272015
Obituary: Theodore N. "Bud" DiDonato, 78, Beloved Father Of Matthew DiDonato

Theodore N. “Bud” DiDonato, 78, of Ansonia, entered into eternal rest on May 25, 2015, at Bridgeport Hospital. He was the beloved husband of Helene S. Quinn DiDonato. Ted was born in Ansonia on Oct. 9, 1936, son of the late Theodore and Julia Sabetta DiDonato. A lifelong resident of Ansonia, he was the former [Read The Full Story]