Covid Vaccine Sign-Ups Roll Out for Qualified Residents

UPDATED To Include Statewide Plan for Phase 1b Posted Today on Connecticut’s Official State Website

The next phase of the state’s Covid-19 vaccine rollout (aka Phase 1b) includes seniors 75 years of age or older. What exactly does this mean to Easton residents? Easton seniors 75 Continue reading “Covid Vaccine Sign-Ups Roll Out for Qualified Residents”

Bobcat Visits Sherwood Road

Word travels fast in Easton.

When Verne Gay spotted a bobcat in his back yard on the corner of Sherwood Road and North Park Avenue, he warned a neighbor who spread the word to others in the area.

According to Gay, “A bobcat is an unusual sighting because bobcats (genus lynx rufusContinue reading “Bobcat Visits Sherwood Road”

Walking Into 2021

Queen Elizabeth II called it right when she referred to the year 1992 as her Annus Horribilis, or year of disaster. She was distraught by her children’s divorces and a fire that destroyed a wing of Windsor Castle.

For the rest of the world, Annus Horribilis more aptly describes Continue reading “Walking Into 2021”

Easton Police Log Dec. 21 – Dec. 27

100 Incident Reports Logged

10        9-1-1 Error / Transfer

1          Accidents

6          Aided Cases

23        Alarm / Fire Calls

3          Animal Calls

7          Assistance / All Other / K9 Assist

1          Consults With An Officer

0          Criminal Mischief Continue reading “Easton Police Log Dec. 21 – Dec. 27”

Elves Alight in Easton

Residents on Cedar Hill, Bibbins, Orchard, Silver Hill and Honeysuckle Roads had a surprise visit from two of the North Pole’s finest on Saturday. They arrived in full regalia bearing treats and spreading smiles.

In the interest of full disclosure, the true identity of the the Continue reading “Elves Alight in Easton”

Hwang to Moderate Forum on School Covid-19 Policy

State Senator Tony Hwang will lead a panel of education and public health experts to explore how each community can best serve the educational needs of its students. The forum will be held on Facebook on Tuesday, Dec. 22 at 4 p.m. fb.com/senatorhwang

Participants include Fran Rabinowitz, Continue reading “Hwang to Moderate Forum on School Covid-19 Policy”

Easton Police Log Dec. 14-Dec. 20

97 Incident Reports Logged
10 9-1-1 Error / Transfer
0 Accidents
8 Aided Cases
15 Alarm / Fire Calls
7 Animal Calls
8 Assistance / All Other / K9 Assist
2 Consults With An Officer
0 Criminal Mischief / Property Damage
0 Dumping / Littering
2 Erratic Driver Reported
0 Fingerprints
1 Juvenile Continue reading “Easton Police Log Dec. 14-Dec. 20”

Easton Police Officer Rescues Man and Dog from Keller Pond

Easton Police Officer Anthony Telesco was on routine patrol at the Helen Keller Middle School on the evening of Dec. 18 at 6:04 p.m. when he was flagged down by a man who reported his dog had fallen through the ice on Keller Pond. Telesco called the Easton Fire Department, requesting Continue reading “Easton Police Officer Rescues Man and Dog from Keller Pond”

Native Eastonite Offers Guided Autobiography Class

Nancy Sharp, born and raised in Easton and daughter of residents Ron and Susan Sharp, has moved to Colorado, but her heart is still here in town.

“While I currently live in Denver, growing up in Easton was a formative experience for me,” Sharp said. “I have fond memories of Silverman’s Continue reading “Native Eastonite Offers Guided Autobiography Class”

Easton Police Log Dec. 7 – Dec. 13

117 Incident Reports Logged

9          9-1-1 Error / Transfer

2          Accidents

9          Aided Cases

11        Alarm / Fire Calls

4          Animal Calls

7          Assistance / All Other / K9 Assist

4          Consults With An Officer

1          Criminal Mischief Continue reading “Easton Police Log Dec. 7 – Dec. 13”

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