The following property transfers were recorded by the Easton Town Clerk’s office for the month of December:
50 Riverside Lane, Negreiro & Son Construction LLC to Anthony H. and Hayley E. Vyas, $1,185,000.
27 Adirondack Trail, Adirondack States LLC to Andrew J. and Kinder B. Freedman,
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Business has been great for Goni Oscar Davidai since he parked his Lobsta Food Truck by the Hemlock Reservoir four weeks ago. His signature Connecticut Lobster Roll smothered in warm butter has been a big seller. The Lobster Grilled Cheese is also popular.
“The support has been
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The following property transfers were recorded by the Easton Town Clerk’s office for the month of November:
118 Sport Hill Road, Barry and Ginny G. Rosen to Kurt and Kathleen Leon, $525,000.
20 Abbey Road, Jeffrey Bento to Jeffrey and Patricia Trongone, $1,300,000.
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Vincent Caprio, founder and executive director of
Water Innovations Alliance Foundation, has been named to the 2021 Environment+Energy Leader 100.
As an advocate to repairing America’s water infrastructure, Caprio founded the
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Lieutenant Governor Susan Bysiewicz and Connecticut Agriculture Commissioner Bryan P. Hurlburt visited Easton this week to recognize the town’s thriving farming heritage. They took a tour of Easton farms to showcase agricultural diversity, including small women-operated businesses
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Lawn signs around town have been announcing the festivities at the Easton Public Library this Sunday, 2-6 PM.
The Friends of the Easton Public Library are delighted to offer a full afternoon of seasonal activities this Sunday, Dec. 5, from 2 to 6 p.m. as we all get into the holiday
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The following property transfers were recorded by the Easton Town Clerk’s office for the month of October:
258 Morehouse Road, John W. and Nancy M. Hansen to Guilver Muralles and Cindy Xiomara Rivera Catalan, $370,000.
35 Jesse Lee Drive, Raphael and Mary Gayle Traggianese to
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Lee Skalkos, pastel artist.
On view through Dec. 31 at Greiser’s Coffee & Market are 26 framed landscapes by the talented local artist and art teacher Lee Skalkos.
Lee, who spent most of her life in Easton before a recent move just across the Newtown border, is a pastel artist,
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Kit Briner, Geri Gould, Sheila Weaver and Richard Weave feel the Halloween spirt at Greiser’s Coffee & Market. — Maria Zegarelli Photo
Greiser’s Coffee & Market celebrated the fall season in style with a festive Halloween party on Oct. 24. Live music, fresh vegan food and the
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Easton Grows, a state-licensed hemp producer leading a pilot program for regenerative farming and sustainability, has become Connecticut’s first hemp producer to cultivate on municipally-owned land.
Easton Grows, owned by Easton residents Jeff Becker and Dwight Senior and two
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