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Woodbridge Town News

Heller Looks Forward to Bright Future for Woodbridge

First Selectman Beth Heller has sailed relatively smoothly through the first six months of her admin...

Boucher Honored With Yale Medal

Woodbridge resident and Yale graduate, Anne Boucher, was among a select group of alumni honored in 2...

Amity Member Towns to Split $1.8 Million

At its December monthly meeting, after the Amity Board of Education approved the audited financial s...

Clean Audit for Amity Regional Schools

An annual audit of Amity Regional Schools’ finances turned up no surprises or issues, according to t...

Amity Joins Connecticut Green Leaf Schools Program

The principals of Amity’s three schools have signed commitment letters to participate in Connecticut...

Fitness Facility Moves Back to JCC

Grand Opening Planned for March A year of soul-searching allowed the members and the leadership of t...

It’s Back to School!

It’s Back to School!
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...
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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.