As the month of April draws to an end, so does the cold temperatures. May brings the birth and continuation of nature throughout the region and can also give onlookers opportunities to see birds and wildlife that may otherwise remain hidden.
My name is Tim Gavin and I’m running for State Senate in Connecticut’s 28th District to serve the people of Fairfield, Easton, Newtown, and Bethel.
I know many people see our current politics, and our nation as a whole, as hopelessly divided – rife with partisan discord and obstructionism. Continue reading “Capt. Tim Gavin Running as Democrat for State Senate in 28th District”
State Senator Tony Hwang received the Republican nomination and endorsement for State Senator of the 28th District, which now encompasses Fairfield, Easton, Newtown, and Bethel.
The slate of Republican delegates unanimously endorsed Hwang. Easton Selectwoman Kristi Sogofsky smiled Continue reading “Sen. Tony Hwang Unanimously Endorsed By Republicans for Re-Election to 28th District”
Each May, Joel Barlow High School invites the Easton and Redding communities to the school campus for Barlow Palooza, a festival that brings together students and community members to celebrate their academic and artistic accomplishments.
The Covid numbers continue to increase with hospitalizations still rising. With the amount of home testing, real numbers are difficult to interpret, but an increasing number of hospitalizations is hard to refute as a sign that things are worsening. Continue reading “A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass”
Republicans on Tuesday night unanimously endorsed Tony Scott as their candidate for State Representative in the 112th District at the convention held at Monroe’s Town Council Chambers. Based on the state’s redrawn redistricting map, the district Continue reading “Republicans Choose Tony Scott as State Rep Candidate”
Article 8: Civil War
As the Civil War began, white Fairfield county residents remained divided on just how much they were willing to sacrifice to defeat the South (and end slavery). Local industries that had extensive trading ties in the South were hindered by the wartime embargo. Continue reading “The People and Lands of Christ Church Easton”
The Easton Exchange Club’s annual Memorial Day Mile road race will take place on May 30. The race, which was interrupted the last two years due to the pandemic, will kick off from the Easton Firehouse at 8:30 a.m., giving runners ample time to participate in the Easton Memorial Day Continue reading “Easton Exchange Club’s Memorial Day Mile Road Race Is Back”
Barlow ace Matt Scott continued his dominant pitching performance this season in the Falcons 11-0, five-inning “mercy rule” win over Pomperaug. Scott struck out 11 of the 15 batters he faced and issued no walks. Barlow played errorless defense behind him to nail down the perfect Continue reading “Scott’s Perfect Game Clinches Top Seed in SWC Tournament for Barlow Baseball”
Greiser’s Coffee & Market and the Easton Village Store are seeking a state permit to sell beer at their establishments. The Planning and Zoning Commission on May 9 approved signing off on Greiser’s and the Easton Village Store’s application, which will now be reviewed by the State Continue reading “Greiser’s and Easton Village Store Seek State Permit to Sell Beer “
This year’s Memorial Day Parade is scheduled for Monday, May 30. Participants should arrive at the Easton Fire Station no later than 9 a.m. Step off will be at 9:30 a.m. The route will be the same as in past years, following Center Road to Easton Town Hall. Once all participants Continue reading “Plans for Memorial Day Parade and Ceremony Announced”