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Oct 222014
 
Property Transfers: These Homes Sold In Orange Oct. 13-20

Town Clerk Patrick O’Sullivan released this latest list of property transfers filed at Town Hall between Oct. 13 and Oct. 20. These are the homes that sold in Orange in that time period. • 501 Marble Road, $225,500, James Mark Santa Barbara to Michael P. Ross, filed on Oct. 15 • 611 Fawn Drive, $305,000, [Read The Full Story]

Oct 222014
 
Field Hockey: Amity Blanks North Haven in Woodbridge

On Monday, Oct. 20, the Lady Spartans Field Hockey Team showed the visiting North Haven Indians how it’s done in Woodbridge. In the first half Cassie Bishop got one past North Haven goalie Rylee Bathrick on an assist from Lauren Duhl. The second half saw a lot of Amity action with Marissa Mizzone scoring on [Read The Full Story]

Oct 222014
 
Residential Burglary Reported in September

The residential burglary that was touched on in the September Police Activity Report is still under investigation. Here is a little preliminary information so residents know where it took place and what was taken. The incident took place on Sept. 19 at a foreclosed home on Long Meadow. Tools and copper pipes were taken. Police [Read The Full Story]

Oct 222014
 
Orange Police Now Utilizing Social Media

The Orange Police Department has recently launched new access on several social media fronts.  The Department now has a Facebook page as well as twitter and instagram accounts.  “It is our hope to be able to better inform the community of our activity both on a routine basis and during emergencies,” said Asst. Chief Anthony [Read The Full Story]

Oct 222014
 
Senior Leadership Class Focuses On Substance Abuse, Medication Mismanagement

The 2014 Orange Senior Leadership class recently visited WTNH8 as part of its media day.  Through the Senior Leadership Program, students learn about government, civic organizations, and team building skills. The class works on a community service project to benefit Orange. This year’s project is Senior Substance Abuse and Medication Mismanagement. Two informational seminars will be [Read The Full Story]

Oct 222014
 
Early Orange History and Present-Day Natural Beauty, all in a Saturday Morning

The Orange Land Trust will be leading a guided hike at the Howard Brooks’ Wepawaug Conservation area on Saturday, Nov. 8. Participants should meet at 9:30 a.m. at the parking lot on Mapledale Road (across from Cherry Hill Road). GPS location coordinates in decimal degrees: 41.2943 / 73.0302. This moderate to challenging hike will include information on [Read The Full Story]

Oct 212014
 
Friend-Raiser/Fundraiser for The Andrew Eldredge Family

The Friends of the Eldredge Family is planning a Pasta Dinner to benefit the family of Amity grad Andrew Eldredge, a young man with a bright future who has been unconscious and hospitalized since an accident in late August. The fundraiser will take place at the Woodbridge Club, 10 Milhaven Road, Woodbridge, on Sunday, Nov. 16 from [Read The Full Story]

Oct 212014
 
Amity Pee Wee Cheerleading Team Wins State Championship: Now On To The Regionals!

Amity Pop Warner cheer season starts at the same time when the football season starts in the beginning of August. In addition to cheering on the Amity Pop Warner Football Teams, They compete at a minimum of two competitions every fall. So far, they have won the Southern CT Pop Warner championship and the State [Read The Full Story]

Oct 212014
 
Girls Volleyball: Clash of Two Great Teams — Amity vs Sheehan

Amity (15-2) traveled to Wallingford for a battle with another challenging team — Sheehan (12-4) on Monday night. The Titans got a leg up on the Lady Spartans with a 25-20 win in the first game, but Amity got it done in the remaining three games: 27-25, 25-16, and 25-13, to walk away with a 3-1 victory, [Read The Full Story]

Oct 212014
 
Thea Torrenti Honored at Orange Ceremony on Monday

For more than a decade, the town of Orange has been observing Breast Cancer Awareness Month with what I call the Pink Ribbon Wreath Ceremony.  Click link for a VIDEO of this event Town resident, Anita Pol crafted a straw wreath festooned with little pink ribbons on which safety pins are attached so they can be [Read The Full Story]