It’s been a long time coming, but the Easton Volunteer
Emergency Medical Service may finally be on track to make its move into a new modern facility in 2022.
The building project is progressing, according to EMS Chief Jonathan Arnold. The EMS Association has narrowed down the
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A family’s holiday bake sale to benefit the
Easton Emergency Medical Service did more than raise money. It filled the family and their patrons with holiday spirit and showed them that Easton is a wonderful town.
Ariana Tsirakidis, 10, baked all day on Saturday to prepare for the
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Given the recent surge in Covid 19 cases and the sharp increase in Omicron cases First Selectman Dr. David Bindelglass said the town is reinstating a mask mandate for public buildings including Town Hall, the Easton Public Library and Senior Center. This action is in concert with
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The Easton Arts Council resumed its in-person photography reception this year after canceling it last year during the height of the Covid pandemic. The council honors and awards the contest winners at the annual show, which highlights Easton’s natural beauty with a general category
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The staff of Helen Keller Middle School came together on the crisp morning of Nov. 24 to dedicate a newly landscaped outdoor gathering area to their former principal, Susan J. Kaplan.
“In honor of Susan Kaplan’s many years of dedication and service to the Easton Public Schools,
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The Easton Volunteer Emergency Medical Service building is located at 448 Sport Hill Rd, Easton, Conn.—Tomas Koeck Photo
Easton Volunteer Emergency Medical Service officials have been trying for years to move out of the outdated, 92-year-old building they call home and find a new
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The Town of Easton is holding a referendum today, Tuesday, Sept. 21 at Samuel Staples Elementary School, 515 Morehouse Road, Easton, to give voters their say about five ballot questions. The polls are open from 6 a.m. to 8 a.m.
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“Easton Voters Will Decide Fate of Five Ballot Items”
While Keeping the Memory Alive
Sue Kim, Christine and Peter Hanson–Photo Courtesy or Eunice Hanson
Eunice Hanson settled into a comfortable chair in the cheerful sun room of her colonial-style home in Easton. Calming colors and carefully chosen artifacts grace the room. Walls
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Buses Return to Barlow to Take Home Kids Dropped off Early
Worsening road conditions in Tropical Depression Ida’s wake led the Easton, Redding and Region 9 school district to close school for the day today after first announcing a two-hour delay.
In addition to
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What did you do for your summer vacation? People ask that question at this time of year, as students prepare to return to their classrooms and the end of summer swiftly approaches.
First Selectman Dr. David Bindelgass has an unusual answer. In addition to getting some rest and
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