An Easton woman and her son are going to the White House on Oct. 5 to highlight their Connecticut-made product as part of the President Trump administration’s 4th Made in America Showcase.
Beverlee Fatse Dacey, CEO of the Bridgeport-based Amodex Products, and her son Alexander Continue reading “Easton Business Woman Headed to White House”
When thinking about Easton’s agricultural bounty, certain crops are plentiful and in high demand: tomatoes, corn and greens in summer; apples, pumpkins and Christmas trees in fall. Orchids do not make the top 10 list, but maybe they should.
Elise Broach and Alisha Gorder met up recently under the outdoor dining tent at the Easton Village Store to talk about writing and publishing, and to enjoy the late summer weather.
Broach — a prolific and award-winning author of children’s and young adult fiction — and Gorder — Continue reading “Easton Authors Talk Shop over Coffee”
In-Store Shopping, New Online Groceries and Gifts When Shop Reopens Sept. 1
Greiser’s Coffee & Market is closed this week to get ready for an uncertain autumn. When it reopens on Sept. 1, customers will have full access to in-store shopping from 7 a.m to 5 p.m. daily except Monday, Continue reading “Greiser’s Does the Pandemic Pivot — Again”
These days, there’s an abundance of information about long-term care services and facilities, but knowledge of how to pay for it seems lacking. This knowledge gap was recently highlighted by “The Motley Fool.”
The article states: “An estimated 48% of Americans aged 55 to 64 are not Continue reading “Unclear About Long-Term Care Insurance? You Have Lots of Company”
Attorney Judy K. Weinstein, Easton resident and principal with the law firm of Neubert, Pepe & Monteith, P.C., has been selected by her peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America 2021.
Weinstein’s areas of practice include commercial and real estate finance, business and Continue reading “Judy K. Weinstein Recognized by Best Lawyers in America”
Visitors are invited to see and purchase many different species of orchids at a tent sale at J&L Orchids from Friday, July 24 through Sunday, July 26 from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m., 20 Sherwood Road, Easton, Conn.
Everyone is required to wear a mask and follow social distancing practices. Continue reading “J & L Orchids Announces Summer Sale”
Over 15 acres of pristine watershed land to be preserved for future generations
Aquarion Water Company announced it has acquired a conservation easement on 15.34 acres of land in Easton adjacent to the company’s Easton Reservoir property. Located on Kachele Street, the property Continue reading “Aquarion Water Company Acquires Conservation Easement in Easton”
With visitors arriving from bordering states and locals eager to take advantage of all that Connecticut has to offer, the state is seizing the moment to invest in tourism. The funding restored to the three regional districts — Eastern, Central and Western — will be spent marketing Continue reading “Western Connecticut Tourism District Invites Local Businesses to Register”
As a result of COVID-19, Town Hall is still closed to the public, but is now open to those who wish to pay their taxes in person. Tax payers will be required to enter through the Center Road main door and exit through the Morehouse Road side door. The announcement was made by Krista Continue reading “Easton Town Hall Opens to Tax Payers”