Much of the talk around town this week has been about the vaccine. If you are 75 or older you can now register to get the vaccine. The statewide system is called VAMS. If you go to the Easton website, there is a post in the News tab for “COVID-19 VACCINE ENROLLMENT Continue reading “Message from First Selectman Bindelglass”→
The arrival of Covid-19 vaccines is a huge relief, but it also presents opportunities for fraudulent schemes. Easton Police Chief Richard Doyle wants to sound the alert to residents, especially older residents.
Internet websites have provided me with a wealth of information concerning Richard Lechtenberg. Much of this information is wrong, which is useful for me in frustrating efforts to steal my identity. One site identified my mother as my wife. That struck me as truly mythical. I expected Continue reading “Truth”→
Lieutenant Thomas E. Selfridge died on September 17, 1908. He was a passenger on a demonstration flight with Orville Wright as the pilot. The U.S. Army had offered the Wright brothers a contract to purchase several of their airplanes, called Wright Flyers, if the plane could carry Continue reading “Flight”→
The Easton Courier would be remiss if we didn’t acknowledge the varied and thought-provoking contributions from our columnists and community writers, who observed life in Easton from many perspectives. Bruce Nelson, Tomas Koeck, Gale Papageorge, Robert LaValle, and Dr. Richard Lechtenberg Continue reading “Year in Review 2020:The Courier Thanks…”→
Marilyn was obviously alive. She sat before me, somewhat haggard and disheveled, but unequivocally awake and breathing. She had a pulse and her blood pressure was respectable, but she complained. She complained of weakness and agitation, of insomnia and excessive drowsiness, Continue reading “Fish Bowl”→