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Orange Town News

Orange Re-Opens, With Caution

After two months of partial lock-down, officials in Orange have turned their attention to planning a...

Amity ‘Dreamers’ Graduate Into A World Hungry For New Leaders

Amity High School Class of 2020 took leave from their alma mater with a graduation ceremony like non...

Pandemic Distraction Leads Local Grandparents to Help Hungry Kids in Orange

Community Scavenger Hunt Introduces Orange Food2Kids To A Neighborhood Without Children-Matching $50...

The End of an Era for Race Brook School as Mike Gray Steps Away as Principal

After 13 years of leading Race Brook School as principal, Mike Gray announced that he is leaving the...

Orange Community Farmers’ Market

The Orange Community Farmers’ Market will have its opening day on Thursday, June 25th.  The event ru...

Obituary: Albert DeCarli

Obituary: Albert DeCarli
Albert DeCarli, age 91 of Orange, formerly of Trumbull and Palm Beach Gardens, FL, passed away after his battle of cancer with his children by his side on April 16, 2020...
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Bulletin Board 11/22/19

Al-Anon Meeting, Monday mornings, 10:00 – 11:30am, Holy Infant Church Hall, 450 Racebrook Road, Orange; a support group for relatives and friends of alcoholics.  For more information, contact Shelton Art League (formerly Bridgeport Art League), meetings on the 3rd Monday of the...
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The Orange Town News is the only newspaper mailed FREE to every home in and business in Orange, CT and is focused on local, community Orange, CT news. We encourage our readers to support their local businesses and their local newspaper by submitting interesting town and local announcements and happenings. We also love hearing From Our Readers.

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