The Easton Baseball League has rounded third and crossed home plate on its newly renovated 50/70 Majors field for eligible fifth, sixth and seventh graders playing in the Cal Ripken youth baseball league. Located at 650 Morehouse Road, the field—which measures 70 feet from home plate Continue reading “Play Ball! Easton Baseball League Upgrades Field”
The Covid pandemic may have shut down community events and interaction for more than a year, but they are coming back as vaccination rates rise and infection rates fall.
The Easton community can look forward to the return of the Memorial Day Parade on Monday, May 31. Town officials Continue reading “Observing Memorial Day: The March Goes On”
After a year of shutdowns and cancelled activities due to the pandemic, Easton residents have a lot to look forward to in addition to getting outside this spring season. Popular spring programs and events are opening up again while continuing to follow safety protocols as the pandemic Continue reading “Spring Returns to Town — Sun’s Out, Fun’s In”
The Easton Animal Shelter has been home to animals looking for loving families to care for them for many years. Although COVID-19 has disrupted the opportunity to visit the animals and has changed the Continue reading “Caring for Animals During the Pandemic”
With the fall season coming to an end next month Easton residents are now looking forward to celebrating the holiday season while still abiding by the Covid-19 safety protocols.
In the spirit of the holidays the Easton Police Department will be giving back to their community Continue reading “Holiday Spirit Will Still Sparkle in Easton”
After all of the unfortunate events following the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Easton and Redding communities have been fortunate enough to have playing fields and outdoor sites where local youth can continue to play.
The Boys & Girls Club of Easton-Redding has multiple Continue reading “The Future of Youth Sports During a Pandemic”
For years now, after summer has ended, the Easton community looks forward to celebrating fall with festivities organized by town residents. However, public health restrictions due to the Covid-19 pandemic are causing major changes and cancellations for this year’s celebrations.Continue reading “Halloween Celebrations Change But Carry On”