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  • Selectmen Clash Over WCC Executive Session

    By Bettina Thiel - Woodbridge Town News Correspondent Tensions ran high for a moment at the November 12 S ...

    By Bettina Thiel - Woodbridge Town News Correspondent Tensions ran high for a moment at the November 12 Selectmen meeting when the chairman of the Country Club of Woodbridge ad-hoc committee, during h ...

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  • Reasons to be Thankful You Burned the Bird!

     Salmonella won’t be a concern. Uninvited guests will think twice next year. Your cheese broccoli lima be ...

     Salmonella won’t be a concern. Uninvited guests will think twice next year. Your cheese broccoli lima bean casserole will gain newfound appreciation. Pets won’t pester you for your scraps. No one wil ...

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  • Klarides Stays Close to Her Constituents

    State Rep. Themis Klarides talks to reporters about the last budget session. By Bettina Thiel – Woodbridg ...

    State Rep. Themis Klarides talks to reporters about the last budget session. By Bettina Thiel – Woodbridge Town News Correspondent Even 16 years after first running as a freshman Republican to the Con ...

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  • Local History Buffs Working to Update Book on Woodbridge Historic Houses

    “Historic Woodbridge — An Historic and Architectural Resource Survey,” published 20 years ago, is a compi ...

    “Historic Woodbridge — An Historic and Architectural Resource Survey,” published 20 years ago, is a compilation of historic homes in Woodbridge, shown with black and white photographs. That first edit ...

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  • By Donald Eng – Special to the Woodbridge Town News What you see is what you get when it comes to Phil Tr ...

    By Donald Eng – Special to the Woodbridge Town News What you see is what you get when it comes to Phil Tripp, the Republican challenger to 11-term incumbent Joseph Crisco in the 17th Senate District r ...

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  • By Bettina Thiel - Woodbridge Town News Correspondent For the second time, Woodbridge resident Aldon Hyne ...

    By Bettina Thiel - Woodbridge Town News Correspondent For the second time, Woodbridge resident Aldon Hynes has put his name into the hat to represent the residents of the 114th District at the state l ...

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  • Election Day on Tuesday, November 4th

    By Bettina Thiel - Woodbridge Town News Correspondent Federal and state elections are coming up on Tuesda ...

    By Bettina Thiel - Woodbridge Town News Correspondent Federal and state elections are coming up on Tuesday, November 4. There are now two voting districts for Woodbridge, but both vote in the same loc ...

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  • Town Plans For The Next Decade

    The Woodbridge Plan and Zoning Commission, with input from other commissions, departments and residents, ...

    The Woodbridge Plan and Zoning Commission, with input from other commissions, departments and residents, is working to update the town’s Plan of Conservation and Development (POCD). What do residents ...

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  • Reading En Plein Air

    As a reward for reading during the summer months, students at Beecher Road School got to read some more. ...

    As a reward for reading during the summer months, students at Beecher Road School got to read some more. But instead of finding a quiet place in the building, students spread out on the lawn behind th ...

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  • It's Back to School!

    On Tuesday morning Beecher Road School opened its doors for another school year. The school was gleaming ...

    On Tuesday morning Beecher Road School opened its doors for another school year. The school was gleaming and the children and their teachers were happy to be reunited for another successful school yea ...

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