Column: Hot Air and Cheap Drugs

Fifty senators and the Vice-president voted to pass a bill that they claim will cut drug costs and reduce green-house gas emissions. The cuts in green-house gasses have been projected to occur over the next ten years, and the reduction in drug costs will theoretically materialize Continue reading “Column: Hot Air and Cheap Drugs”


The 13th CFE Farm Tour Brought Good Luck

Thirteen is a lucky number. Following an extended period of hot weather, cool breezes wafted through the Samuel Staples pavilion making conditions ideal for the nine local farms to create special events and to share their wares. There were animals to see, products to sample and special Continue reading “The 13th CFE Farm Tour Brought Good Luck”


Tonight! Symphonic Bodega Closes Out Concerts on the Hill Season

Symphonic Bodega will close out Christ Church’s Concerts on the Hill series tonight. The band’s website describes them as having “ a unique style of funky progressive jams that harmonize Rock, Funk, Surf, and Americana.” They have been featured with national touring acts The Stepkids, Continue reading “Tonight! Symphonic Bodega Closes Out Concerts on the Hill Season”


Grocery Beer Permit Notice of Application

Notice of Application.

This is to give notice that I, ADRIENNE J BURKE, 291 N PARK AVE, EASTON, CT 06612-1418

Have filed an application placarded 08/09/2022 with the Department of Consumer Protection for a

GROCERY BEER PERMIT for the sale of alcoholic liquor on the premises Continue reading “Grocery Beer Permit Notice of Application”


Library Announces Fall Programs

The fall schedule at the Easton Public Library is overflowing with fun and educational programs for all ages.

“The Gold Rush” and other Chaplin films will be screened at the Library on Sept. 21 as part of the Classic Film Series hosted by local film historian Jon Sonneborn and Continue reading “Library Announces Fall Programs”

A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass

Updated 8/12/2022


Good afternoon,

Hopefully the weather is breaking and it will be a little cooler. COVID is staying about the same.

The 13th Annual Farm Tour is this weekend, Saturday, August 13th from 10:00-2:00 p.m. The tour will begin at Samuel Staples Elementary School. Continue reading “A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass”


The Adams Schoolhouse – In Session August 13th

After Easton and Weston were divided into two separate towns in 1845, Easton established thirteen separate school districts. Eight were served by schools built within the confines of Easton, four were served by schools in Fairfield and Weston, and one sat in an area that never became Continue reading “The Adams Schoolhouse – In Session August 13th”


 CFE Farm Tour Kicks Off at SSES August 13

What is now an Easton tradition, this year’s 13th Annual Citizens for Easton Farm Tour will include participation from nine local farms who will host visits, offer samples and cooking tips, and create special events for visitors. The event is free to the public and appropriate for Continue reading ” CFE Farm Tour Kicks Off at SSES August 13″


Easton Property Transfers — July 2022

The following property transfers were recorded by the Easton Town Clerk’s office for the month of July:

280 Rock House Road, Joan M. Schick and Jill S. Ingram to Jill S. and Scott M. Ingram, $407,500.

94 Mile Common Road, Nicolas R. and Carl A. Brown to Jenna and Stephen McKay, Continue reading “Easton Property Transfers — July 2022”


Flowers Make Everybody Happy

It’s been two long years and we were finally able to welcome field trips back to the farm.
We’ve missed their smiling faces and time learning about farming.

Thankfully this May we welcomed Easton’s Playtot’s and SSES kindergarten class to Sport Hill Farm. We toured the fields and Continue reading “Flowers Make Everybody Happy”