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You've Clicked On The Ad, But Did You Order Your Fresh Chickens?
Look over to the right, see that Ad for Cedar Hill Farm that's been online for more than a week? Well, if you procrastinated and didn't order your fresh chickens this time, it's too late - they are all sold out - again.
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The escalating tension between Russia and Ukraine continues to make headlines across the globe especially after Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was blown out of the sky on Thursday.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
Police K-9 killed after being hit by truck
A police K-9 in Connecticut has died after being hit by a truck while assisting his handler during a disabled vehicle stop.
Legion Baseball: Pitching picks up Orange Post 127's offense in 2-1 victory over Stratford
In their second match-up with Stratford, Orange traveled to Stratford's Penders Field for the first game of a double header on Thursday at 5:45 p.m. Orange Post 127 didn't provide Mike Appel with much support in the runs department, but he didn't need much.
Legion Baseball: Orange Comes Out On Top In Marathon 13-Inning Game Against Stratford
Orange Post 127 came alive at Penders Field in Stratford on Thursday night after losing to Stratford 3-5 on Wednesday night, they were ready to fight to win this double-header.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Connecticut Teachers Union Endorses Milford's James Maroney
Representative James Maroney announced today that he had received the endorsement of the Connecticut Education Association in his bid for re-election to the 119th Assembly District, according to a press release from his office.
Peck Place School On Track To Open In Time For 2014-15 School Year
On January 6, 2014, a water leak at Peck Place School caused a history-making crisis - an entire school full of students and teachers were displaced in the middle of the school year.
Boys & Girls Village Launches Vocational Education Partnership with Applebee's
Boys & Girls Village recently launched a vocational program with Applebee's of Orange to help students from its Charles F. Hayden School gain real-world job experience.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Looking For A Custom Tailored Suit? Mohan's Custom Tailors of Manhattan Comes To Orange
Mohan's Custom Tailors of Midtown Manhattan counts numerous celebrities among its clientele, has designed more than 150,000 crafted, made-to-order men's suits, shirts, formalwear, and top-coats since opening in 1972.
Orange Post 127 musters more hits but falls 5-2 to Stratford
Orange Post 127 lost 5-2 in seven innings at Brinley Field on Wednesday, despite outhitting Stratford 12 to eight.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
CT State Trooper Heading To Prison For Stealing Items Off a Fatal Crash Victim
State Trooper Aaron Huntsman, 44, pleaded guilty to third-degree larceny and tampering with evidence Wednesday and will be heading to prison for more than a year, NBC Connecticut reports.
Orange's Long-Term Credit Rating Upgraded to AAA
James Zeoli, the First Selectman of the Town of Orange, announced today that Standard & Poor's upgraded the long-term credit rating of the Town of Orange to AAA.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
Legion Baseball: Great pitching leads Orange Post 127 past Shelton 10-1
A superb effort by Doug Rives hoisted Orange Post 127 to a 10-1 win in seven innings over Shelton in Orange on Sunday at 7 p.m. Rives struck out 13 hitters en route to the Orange Post 127 win.
Sat Jul 12, 2014
Milford Can Decorate Railroad Trestles in the Historic Downtown
Today, State Representative James Maroney announced that the State of Connecticut's Department of Transportation has granted the City of Milford permission to decorate the railroad trestles running through its historic downtown neighborhood, he announced in a press release.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
Fundraiser for Sam On Sunday, July 13 - Tickets Still Available
Many residents will remember hearing the horrific reports of an accident on River Road in Shelton last Sept.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
Narcotics K-9, Trent Assists In His First Drug Bust
Three Orange residents were cited on drug charges after the town's new narcotics K-9, Trent and his partner Officer Mary Bernegger came across the trio on June 25 at 10:05 p.m. Officer Bernegger was on patrol with Trent near Tucker's Ridge when she observed a vehicle parked at the entrance to the closed space.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
Legion Baseball: Orange Post 127 Blanks North Haven 8-0
North Haven may have beaten Orange Post 127 5-4 when they visited Brinley Field Tuesday night, but Orange got its revenge by blanking their hosts 8-0 at DeMayo Field in North Haven Wednesday night.
Agenda for Tonight's Board of Selectmen's Meeting -
To consider and act the request to hang a banner on the fence at HPCC from 8/19/13 - 9/3/13 promoting "The Amazing 70's Prom " - Kathryn Bellis, Church of the Good Shepherd To consider and adopt the Anti-Drug and Alcohol Misuse Policy as presented by CT DAC - Carol Nardini, Director of Community Services To consider and act on the approval of the ... (more)
Blood Drive Scheduled at Or Shalom
Amity High School Class of 1984 will hold their 30th reunion Saturday July 12, at the Seasons at Oak Lane in Woodbridge 7 - 11 p.m. Alumni and friends of Class of 1984 are [Read The Full Story] On Sept.
mum on toddler's death
Town police continue to investigate the death of a 15-month-old boy who was left in a parked car for several hours on Monday while temperatures approached 90 degrees.