Thanksgiving is a uniquely American holiday that relies on the comfort of family traditions. The menus, the dishware, the players and the roles they perform are frequently the same from year to year. Covid upended them for a while, but it feels like many of our holiday rituals will Continue reading “Voices From Thanksgivings Past”
126 Incident Reports Logged
13 9-1-1 Error / Transfer
7 Aided Cases
13 Alarm / Fire Calls
6 Animal Calls
13 Assistance / All Other/ K9 Assist
1 Child Restraint Assistance
0 BurglaryContinue reading “Easton Police Log Oct 11– Oct 17“
Mother Nature provided a perfect day to salute Dolly Curtis, recipient of the Anne Linquist Library Spirit Award, presented on the Easton Public Library grounds on Sept. 19. As many library-goers know, Dolly is a cultural institution: She’s curated art exhibits at the library for Continue reading “Dolly Curtis Honored with Anne Linquist Award”
Those most deserving of our gratitude this Labor Day include health care workers who had a brief reprieve only to be swept back onto the front lines of Covid redux. We’re also keeping law-enforcement officials, firefighters, educators and volunteers in our thoughts this Labor Day.Continue reading “Labor Day Message 2021”
The weather was iffy as volunteers set up at the Morehouse Park pavilion on the Samuel Staples Elementary School campus Saturday morning. But the skies cleared in time for an estimated 300 arriving families to enjoy the 12th annual Citizens for Easton Farm Tour.
Before setting Continue reading “CFE Farm Tour Draws Enthusiastic Crowds”
Free Self-Guided Tour Begins at SSES Pavilion Saturday, Aug. 14 at 10 a.m.
The 12th Annual Farm Tour hosted by Citizens for Easton is expected to draw lots of visitors to celebrate Easton’s farms and farmers. The event highlights Easton’s agricultural traditions and celebrates Continue reading “Get Ready for CFE’s Annual Farm Tour”
As the nation celebrates Independence Day commemorating our freedom from British rule and the formation of our democracy, Easton will be celebrating these events as well as special local traditions.
Though tensions abound here and throughout the nation, Easton is launching into Continue reading “Easton Celebrates July 4 and More”
Following the June 25 Pride flag raising at town hall, events honoring the LGBTQ+ community continued on Saturday afternoon on the grounds of Samuel Staples Elementary School with outdoor games, photo ops and live Continue reading “Pride Weekend Ends On A High Note”
About 75 LGBTQ+ community members and supporters met in front of Town Hall for the second annual Pride flag raising in observance of Continue reading “Pride Flag Flies at Easton Town Hall”
The Board of Selectmen voted 2-1 to hold the LGBTQ+ Pride flag raising ceremony on Friday, June 25 at 5 p.m. Selectmen Bindelglass and Lessler voted in favor and Selectwoman Sogofsky abstained. The flag will fly until sundown on June 28.
Some Easton residents commented at the Continue reading “Pride Flag Will Fly at Town Hall”