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Woodbridge Town News

Robert Gilbert Passes the Baton

Christine Syriac Appointed as Interim Superintendent After four years at the helm of the Woodbridge...

Beecher Teachers Concerned For Their Health

Teachers at Beecher Road School in a letter to the administration expressed concern for their health...

Beecher Road School 2020-21 Lunch Program

All sponsors of the National School Lunch Program (NSLP), School Breakfast Program (SBP) and Special...

Neighbors File Appeal To Stop Artificial Turf Field

Two neighbors of Amity High School filed an appeal in New Haven Superior Court regarding the Town Pl...

Remember When…We Hugged on the First Day of School?

Amity Students Return Under Social Distancing Conditions When Amity students headed back to school e...



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July 31, 2020

July 31, 2020
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Bulletin Board 2/7/20

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The Woodbridge Town News is the only newspaper mailed FREE to every home in and business in Woodbridge, CT and is focused on local, community Woodbridge, 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.

The Woodbridge Town News provides insight into the Town’s Education, Local Business, Clubs & Organizations, Town Departments, Houses of Worship, Sports, Arts & Leisure, Library Events, Senior Center and more.

Please also visit our sister newspaper the Orange Town News.

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