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5 New Orange Area Homes For Sale
ORANGE, CT — Looking for a new home nearby, but tired of looking through the same old real-estate listings again and again? You've come to the right place! To help simplify your search, we've got an up-to-date batch of five new listings nearby.
Hazardous Weather Outlooks for Most Of Hudson Valley
HUDSON VALLEY, NY — Warning that roads could get slippery, the National Weather Service has issued hazardous weather outlooks for Dutchess, Orange, Putnam and Ulster counties as well as updating its winter weather advisories for the rest of the Hudson Valley.
More Big Storms, Changes In Connecticut's Weather Forecast
The Monday morning commute may be a slick one in Southern Connecticut and possibly a slippery one in Northern Connecticut. Heavy rain will taper off by dawn Monday in Southern Connecticut, while rain will mix with snow in Northern Connecticut and could cause some slippery travel conditions very earl
Hundreds head to Connecticut Post Mall in Milford for last-minute holiday shopping
Hundreds flooded Connecticut Post Mall in Milford Sunday to squeeze in some last-minute shopping for the holidays. Some residents say they procrastinated on getting gifts, while others say they haven't had the time.
Christmas tree on the beach cheers West Haven widower — and everyone else
A lot of you may have seen that cute little Christmas tree that showed up out on the beach on the West Shore of West Haven a few days ago, but do you know the story about how it came to be there?
West Haven brothers open unique bar, eatery in Orange
Brothers Mike and Chris Del Vecchio of West Haven have always been entrepreneurs individually, but now they’ve pooled their creativity in opening BarCode, a bar and restaurant that offers everything from bingo and dancing to deep-fried peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.
Hartford and New Haven host “gun buy back” events on Saturday
More than 250 guns were turned in to the Hartford and New Haven Police Departments on Saturday for the annual “gun buy back” events. Four assault rifles, dozens of revolvers, pistols, rifles, and shotgun were brought in to be exchanged for Stop & Shop gift cards.
Jon Lender: DOT appraised Democratic donor’s land at $566K but Malloy administration still agreed to pay him $5.5 million
The state Department of Transportation told Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s budget director in February that it had appraised a vacant, 8-acre property abutting the Metro-North railroad in Orange for $566,500. But the Democratic Malloy administration still decided to use $5.5 million in taxpayer funds — nea
Big Y supermarket coming to Milford
Plans are underway for a Big Y supermarket to be built at 150 Boston Post Road next to the plaza housing an Aldi store and a few blocks from a Super Stop & Shop. Big Y Foods announced this week that, pending local approvals, the store will be a free-standing supermarket of about 55,000 square feet.
Amity Middle School in Orange Jackie's Nine November 2018
From Amity Schools: Jackie Robinson, the first black man to play professional baseball, has been used as a role model for the students at Amity Middle School in Orange. Jackie lived by non-violent actions and by values that the teachers, staff, and administrators at Amity use today as an example for
Recent Orange Home Sales | Local Real Estate Guide
Looking for a home to buy? Or are you curious about recent home sale prices in Orange? Maybe you just like looking at what's on the market. Whatever your inclination, you can find something in our Orange Real Estate Guide thanks to our partners at realtor.com.
Man Stole Taxi, Threatened Driver: Hamden Police
HAMDEN, CT — A former Metro Taxi employee is accused of stealing a running taxi while the driver was inside a convenience store and later threatening the driver when he was found "rummaging" through the taxi, according to police. Hamden Police responded to the parking lot of a Fairview Avenue busine
New streetlights causing a problem in Ansonia
ANSONIA (WFSB) - Some Ansonia residents say the glare from new street lights are keeping them up at night by sneaking through their blinds. But city leaders are all ready taking steps to nip the problem in the bulb.
Have You Seen This Man? East Haven Police Are Looking For Him
EAST HAVEN, CT — East Haven Police are searching for the man who is accused of shoplifting $500 worth of goods from Stop & Shop, police said Saturday. "Can you help us identify this shoplifting suspect who attempted to steal approximately $500.00 of merchandise from Stop and Shop last week? If you r
Traumatic experience in chair inspires Orange dentist to open kid-friendly practice
Pediatric dentist Paula C. Cerqueira knows what it’s like to have a nightmarish childhood experience in the chair. It is part of what drove her to open her new practice, Orange Children’s Dentistry.
Town Of Orange Holiday Hours 2018
In observance of Christmas and New Year’s, the Town of Orange holiday hours are as follows with the noted exceptions for those departments providing emergency services:. Monday, December 24, 2018 — All Town Offices and Transfer Station are closed.
Jon Carroll's Hearts claims victory over Ansonia Friday
Every year you can't count on the Sacred Heart of Waterbury boy's basketball to be a factor..This season-- Jon Carroll's Hearts-- start the year ranked #1 in the state...
Amity Middle School Orange Students Give Back
From Amity Schools: Eighth grade classes from Team T at Amity Middle School in Orange offered breakfast on November 21st to the entire school body for a $3 donation to benefit the Children's Center of Hamden. This breakfast was initiated by former teacher, Marilyn Reynolds, over twenty years ago and
Letter: Orange Nativity Display
It’s another year and we are very grateful to be able to set up the nativity scene for the eighth year. Thanks to our wonderful crew and the American Legion Post #127 members we were are to display it for the town to enjoy. Many encouraging comments are received in reminding everyone of the true mea
A Chappaqua "movement" transforms lives in Newburgh: San Miguel Academy
Henry Garcia remembers his fourth-grade teacher being irritated and impatient. “I’d just transitioned from a bilingual class but my teacher was expecting me to be at the same level as other students right from the start,” said Garcia, 21, whose parents, immigrants from Mexico, worked in a factory in