Orange Newspapers & Magazines
The Library carries current and back issues of the following local newspapers and magazines:
- Orange Town News (2006-current)
- Orange Times (2013-current)
- Orange Life Magazine (2011-current)
- Milford-Orange Bulletin (1999-current)
The Library also has issues of the following archival local newspapers:
- Amity Observer (1998-2011)
- Amity Star (1950-1953)
- Orange News (1966-1972)
- Orange Town Times (1972-1976)
- Our Town (1963-2004)
Magazines in Print
The Library subscribes to more than 80 national and local magazines for you to enjoy in the Library or at home. Current issues must stay in the Library, but prior issues may be borrowed from the Library. For a complete list of print magazines owned by the Library, please click here.
Zinio Digital Magazines
Download your favorite magazines directly to your home computer, tablet, or mobile device. Available magazines include Traditional Home, Food Network Magazine, The Economist, Maxim, and Shape – just to name a few. Zinio digital magazines are available to Orange residents with a valid library card.
Full text articles for thousands of popular magazines and general reference magazines and journals covering a wide-range of subject areas through researchIT CT! Simply log in with your library card number and search by periodical, year, issue, and more.
To access our most popular searchable magazines, including Consumer Reports, please click here.
Newspapers in Print
The Case Memorial Library receives local, regional, and national newspapers in print and retains the current month and previous month of each newspaper. Newspapers available to use and enjoy in the Library include:
- New Haven Register
- Connecticut Post
- Hartford Courant
- New York Times
- Wall Street Journal
- USA Today
A searchable subscription newspaper database that includes full-text articles from national and international newspapers. Simply log in with your library card number and search by periodical, year, issue, and more or search the following newspapers directly: