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Woodbridge Town News

Future Scientists Learn About Team Work

Some of the children enrolled in First Lego League talked about the challenges they encountered and...

Papal Honor Crowns A Lifetime of Service

Assumption Church to Celebrate Father Gene Gianelli Father Gene Gianelli of Our Lady of the Assumpti...

Woodbridge Employees Participate in American Heart Association’s Wear Red Day

On Valentine’s Day, Town of Woodbridge employees participated in the American Heart Association’s We...

Without Intervention, Taxes Will Spike Further, Report Finds

The Connecticut Economic Resource Center, CERC, a public-private economic development consultant for...

Parents Learn Dangers of Vaping at Amity High School

The dangers—and unknowns—of vaping were the focus of an Amity High School PTSO presentation for pare...


Peeps at the Library

Peeps at the Library
Almost 30 entries were submitted in the Peeps at the Library contest this year and patrons had a ball voting for their favorite entries. Winner received trophies and of c...
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Break the Hate

Break the Hate
Local high school students meet with current college students to learn about anti-Semitism happening on college campuses Hundreds attended Break the Hate, a program to ed...
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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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