Easton Lights Up the Holiday

The much awaited Holiday Market and Tree Lighting, hosted by the Friends of the Easton Public Library and organized by Kelly Byrne Skarupa, drew a shoulder-to-shoulder crowd this afternoon. The library was bustling with activity from the main reading room to the community room. Children’s Continue reading “Easton Lights Up the Holiday”

UPDATE: Powered Restored to 98% of Easton Homes

According to the United Illuminating outage map, 62 or 2% of Easton’s 2,982 UI customers were without power at 10 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 30.

At its peak, 1,118 or close to 40% of Easton’s UI customers were without power.

The UI outage map can be accessed here: https://www.uinet.com/outages/reportviewoutage/viewoutagemap. Continue reading “UPDATE: Powered Restored to 98% of Easton Homes”

They’re In! Falcons Take on Granby/Canton in State Playoffs on Tuesday

The Falcons are the 5th seed in the state football tournament. Source: CIAC website.

Welcome to the big dance Joel Barlow!

The Falcons have qualified to play in the Class SS state football tournament after a dominating 56-20 win in the over their rivals Weston on Wednesday Continue reading “They’re In! Falcons Take on Granby/Canton in State Playoffs on Tuesday”

Power Restored in Easton

According to the United Illuminating outage map, only two of Easton’s 2,982 UI customers remained without power at 11 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 20.

On Nov. 21, United Illuminating was reporting that power had been restored to all of its Easton customers.

No outages were being reported Continue reading “Power Restored in Easton”

Photo Contest Awards Ceremony and Reception This Saturday at Library

Elizabeth Adriani presents her award-winning photograph, “Connected,” to First Selectman Bindelglass.–Photo by Nicole Costantino courtesy of Easton Arts Council.

The Easton Arts Council will host a reception and awards ceremony for its Annual Photo Contest and Exhibition this Saturday, Continue reading “Photo Contest Awards Ceremony and Reception This Saturday at Library”

Classic Film Series Continues Wednesday at Library


Buster Keaton in “Sherlock Jr.” (1924). This landmark film will be screened at the library this Wednesday, Nov. 16 at 7 p.m.

The Easton Public Library continues its classic film series in the Community Room this Wednesday, Nov. 16, at 7:00 p.m. with a screening of Buster Keaton’s Continue reading “Classic Film Series Continues Wednesday at Library”

Voters Re-elect Hughes, Scott and Hwang


Voters in Easton and surrounding towns have re-elected three incumbents to represent them in the Connecticut General Assembly. Democrat Anne Hughes retained her 135th House District seat, Republican Tony Hwang won re -election to represent Senate District 28, and Republican Tony Continue reading “Voters Re-elect Hughes, Scott and Hwang”

Election Day Update: Easton Voters Turning Out In Large Numbers

Residents may have been voting differently, but everyone at Samuel Staples Elementary School seemed to agree that Easton voters were turning out in high numbers for today’s election.

Republican Registrar of Voters Dori Wollen and Democratic Selectman Bob Lessler both agreed that Continue reading “Election Day Update: Easton Voters Turning Out In Large Numbers”

Easton Voters Head to the Polls

On Tuesday, Nov. 8, registered Easton voters will vote for candidates for governor, the U.S. senate, secretary of the state, state treasurer, Connecticut’s fourth congressional district, State Senate District 28, and either House District 135 or House District 112.

Voting will Continue reading “Easton Voters Head to the Polls”

Artist Ellen Tresselt Serves Up Word Salads and Collages at the Library

New and richly-hued graphic artworks and collages by artist Ellen Tresselt have returned to the library a second time; Tresselt last showed there in Sept. of 2020. Her new work is on display through Nov. 30 in the library.

An artist’s reception will be held on Saturday, Nov. 5 Continue reading “Artist Ellen Tresselt Serves Up Word Salads and Collages at the Library”