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Gather Up The Kids For Some FUN Recycling Lessons

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May 282020
 
Gather Up The Kids For Some FUN Recycling Lessons

This has been a very frustrating few months for families, and children especially, having to do their homework outside of a classroom setting. Not being able to hang out with their friends at the movies, or Urban Air, etc. One thing that kids may not want to hear right now is, “Come here and learn [Read The Full Story]

Beardsley Zoo Opens On Monday – Here’s What You Have To Do

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May 282020
 
Beardsley Zoo Opens On Monday - Here's What You Have To Do

With the Coronavirus, our lives have changed in many ways. We can’t just go to the supermarket and zoom down an aisle for something then backtrack if we forgot an item (one-way traffic). Well, going to the zoo is no different. You can’t just show up on a whim due to stricter protocols. The Beardsley [Read The Full Story]

The Show Must Go On: Sondheim Awards Are On Monday

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May 272020
 
The Show Must Go On: Sondheim Awards Are On Monday

Broadway Method Academy (Connor Deane & Scott Handley) is hosting the 3rd annual Sondheim Awards on Monday, June 1. This year, It will be a virtual celebration of the talents of high school thespians … since so many of the shows were canceled due to COVID-19, there will be no “best of” awards given out [Read The Full Story]

Please Donate To the Drive Thru Food Drive On May 30

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May 262020
 
Please Donate To the Drive Thru Food Drive On May 30

Together with Orange Community Services, members of the Orange Police Department will be outside of High Plains Community Center, 525 Orange Center Road, on Saturday, May 30, collecting food for Orange Food 2 Kids from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Food 2 Kids is a nonprofit that was created to deliver bags of food to children in need [Read The Full Story]

Orange Police: Woman Arrested Three Times in Nine Hours

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May 262020
 
Orange Police: Woman Arrested Three Times in Nine Hours

#1 On Thursday, April 30, at 5:32 p.m. officers responded to 235 Boston Post Road (trailer park?) in regards to an unwanted person on the property. Investigation revealed that Gina M. Dean, 44, West Haven violated a protective order with another party by appearing at their residence. Dean was taken into custody and charged with violation of [Read The Full Story]

Orange Police: Woman Charged With Issuing A Bad Check

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May 262020
 
Orange Police: Woman Charged With Issuing A Bad Check

On Tuesday, May 19, Orange Police were dispatched to the New Haven Police Department at 2:45 p.m. to pick up Sheila J. White, 54, of New Haven. White was in their custody for an unrelated matter when it was discovered that she held an active arrest warrant out of Orange for an incident that occurred on Jan. 6. [Read The Full Story]

Orange Police Blotter: Man Had Stolen Merchandise and Burglary Tools

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May 262020
 
Orange Police Blotter: Man Had Stolen Merchandise and Burglary Tools

On Tuesday, May 19, at 3:47 a.m., Orange Police Officers came into contact with William J. Moore, 36, of West Haven, on the Boston Post Road near the Porch and Patio store. While speaking with Moore, officers discovered that he had $2,179 worth of stolen merchandise inside his vehicle. Subsequently, he was taken into custody and charged with third-degree [Read The Full Story]

Letter: Legislators Should Ban Fur Sales and Manufacturing

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May 262020
 
Letter: Legislators Should Ban Fur Sales and Manufacturing

To the editor, I recently contacted some Connecticut politicians to ask them their position on a ban on fur sales and manufacturing. I was pleased to discover a number of officials supported the idea who I wasn’t previously aware of. These included state representatives Kim Rose of Milford, John Hampton of Simsbury, and Jillian Gilchrest [Read The Full Story]

Camp Argo 2020 Summer Sessions Canceled

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May 252020
 
Camp Argo 2020 Summer Sessions Canceled

To All of Our Camp Argo Families,    It is with a heavy heart, that we have made the very difficult decision to postpone our time together until next year, Summer 2021.      We have made this difficult short-term decision to ensure the long-term mission of Camp Argo.  Nothing like this has ever happened to us [Read The Full Story]

Obituary: Carol Johnson, 81, Beloved Mother, Wife Of The Late “Coach” Bill Johnson

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May 252020
 
Obituary: Carol Johnson, 81, Beloved Mother, Wife Of The Late "Coach" Bill Johnson

Carol Casagrande Johnson, age 81, of Bethany, the beloved wife of 57 years to the late William Johnson, entered into eternal rest peacefully on Friday, May 22, 2020. She was born in Derby on November 29, 1938, beloved daughter of the late Dr. John and Isabelle Goehl Casagrande. Carol was a 53 year resident of [Read The Full Story]