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”
Governor Ned Lamont announced earlier this month that he was advancing the second phase of reopening Connecticut. Many businesses will now reopen on Wednesday, June 17 – three days earlier than the previously scheduled date of Saturday, June 20. This is welcome news to the many businesses Continue reading “Phase 2 Reopening Set for Wednesday, June 17”
I recently attended a marketing meeting of my Connecticut Chapter of the International Coaching Federation (ICF). During that meeting, several board members expressed concern regarding the deaths and mass outrage following the murders of George Floyd and other African Americans. Continue reading “Easton Life Coach Addresses Civil Unrest”
Now that additional essential services are permitted in Connecticut, civilian fingerprinting will be available beginning June 16 for pistol permits, employment backgrounds and vendor permits.
The following instructions and procedures were provided by Chief Richard Doyle:
In response to Gov. Ned Lamont’s decision to reopen, with limitations, outdoor dining areas, some eateries in Easton will invite diners.
Easton’s three eateries remained open during the state’s COVID-19 shutdown serving the community via takeout and online orders. But with the Continue reading “Outdoor Dining to Join Takeout at Some Easton Eateries”
In Easton, businesses successfully doing the pandemic pivot continue to exemplify the savviness and acknowledgement of the community’s needs that make them cornerstones of Easton far beyond the scope of the current pandemic. It is their clever problem solving and comforting stability Continue reading “Easton Businesses: Pandemic Pivot Pros”
In spite of his success as a businessman, Howland Blackiston prefers to bill himself as a beekeeper. “At cocktail parties if I tell people I’m a beekeeper, I have ‘em all night,” he says jovially.
The author of “Beekeeping for Dummies” also loves sharing stories about his bees Continue reading “Beekeeper Howland Blackiston Offers Tales from the Hive”
I’ve been fortunate to have spent the better part of the last 25 years in cybersecurity. I say fortunate because in our ever increasingly complex digital world, I’ve had a front seat to the ways in which technology has enabled businesses and people to achieve great things. I’ve also Continue reading “Cybersecurity in the Age of Pandemic”
State Senator Tony Hwang (R-28) will conduct a CARES Act, PPP, PUA Listening Town Hall Meeting via Zoom on Tuesday, April 28, at 7 p.m. Pre-register for login credentials at https://bit.ly/3cTyzlr
Hwang wants to provide a forum to share real stories of what is happening to businesses Continue reading “Hwang to Host Virtual Town Hall on Small Business Relief Tuesday, April 28 at 7 p.m.”
Like many people, you may envision long-term care insurance paying for care in a nursing home or other care facility. However, there are plans that may also cover care in your own home, according to David Katz, a Connecticut-based agent with ACSIA Partners LLC.