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Savin Rock Amusement Park, 1930s

Connecticut’s Youngest City – Who Knew?

June 29, 2022 • Orange, The State, West Haven, Who Knew?

The city of West Haven, incorporated in 1961, is Connecticut’s youngest city but one of the state’s oldest settlements.


Orange: Connecticut’s Candy Dispenser

Orange, Connecticut is home to one of the most revered, nostalgia-inspiring candy companies in the United States, PEZ.


The Bryan-Andrew House, Orange

The Bryan-Andrew House: Still Standing After All These Years

Believed to be the oldest house in Orange, the Bryan-Andrew House served as a home for a variety of local families for over 250 years.


Everett B. Clark seed barn, Orange

Orange Seeds Yield Corn, Alfafa, Soy, and More

The antecedents of many of today’s most widely utilized crop seeds can trace their lineage back to a company started by the Clark family in Orange, Connecticut.


Two A-10 Thunderbolt IIs from the Connecticut Air National Guard's 103rd Fighter Wing fly in formation behind a KC-135

Connecticut’s “Yankee Watch” Squadron Protects the Skies Here and Abroad

Based in Orange, Connecticut, the 103rd Air Control Squadron of the Air National Guard is one of the oldest of its kind.


Over Time: Orange’s Historical Population

April 3, 2015 • Hide Featured Image, Orange

Census data, from colonial times on up to the present, is a key resource for those who study the ways in which communities change with the passage of time.


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