Easton Property Transfers — October 2021

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 Continue reading “Easton Property Transfers — October 2021”

The Last Sunday in November

The television cameras were rolling at 11:21AM Central Standard Time, twenty-four November 1963 when a man emerged from the crowd and appeared to gun down a prisoner in the basement of the Dallas Police Department as he was being transferred to another detention facility. What seemed Continue reading “The Last Sunday in November”

Sacrifices & Obligations – Civilian Efforts During WWII

Part of the Historical Society of Easton’s “Easton in the Service” Series.

A few weeks ago, we decided to visit the History Center at the Bridgeport Public Library in an effort to discover some information about a couple of our local WWII veterans that has thus far eluded us. Continue reading “Sacrifices & Obligations – Civilian Efforts During WWII”

It’s all in the Family

Part of the Historical Society of Easton’s series Easton in the Service.

William (Bill) Charles Peters was born September 19, 1920, to Doctor Henry LeBaron Peters and his wife Marguerite. In 1912, Doctor Peters established the department of Pathology and Bacteriology at the Bridgeport Continue reading “It’s all in the Family”

Library Announces One Book/ One Town Community Read

Melissa Shapiro with Piglet

The Easton Public Library has chosen “Piglet: The Unexpected Story of a Deaf Blind Pink Puppy and His Family” by Melissa Shapiro, DVM, as its 2022 One Book/One Town Community Read.

The author, a traveling veterinarian based out of Westport, will give Continue reading “Library Announces One Book/ One Town Community Read”

Easton Police Log Oct 25– Oct 31

156 Incident Reports Logged

  13       9-1-1 Error / Transfer

   3        Accidents

   9         Aided Cases

 14       Alarm / Fire Calls

  4        Animal Calls

 14       Assistance / All Other/ K9 Assist

  0           Burglary

  0           Child Restraint Assistance

Continue reading Easton Police Log Oct 25– Oct 31

Easton Police Log Oct 18– Oct 24

134 Incident Reports Logged

   8        9-1-1 Error / Transfer

   3        Accidents

  10      Aided Cases

 12       Alarm / Fire Calls

  7        Animal Calls

 16       Assistance / All Other/ K9 Assist

  0         Burglary

  0           Child Restraint Assistance

  2        Consults Continue reading Easton Police Log Oct 18– Oct 24

In Country – An Easton Marine’s Account of His Tour of Duty in Vietnam

Grab a cup of coffee or pour yourself a glass of wine and then take a few extra minutes to read the “In Country” story of Easton Marine Brian Lusebrink. Fighting a war halfway around the globe in the unhospitable jungles of Southeast Asia was unpleasant enough in its own right, but Continue reading “In Country – An Easton Marine’s Account of His Tour of Duty in Vietnam”

Easing into a New Century – Easton & Redding in the Early 1900’s

The first years of twentieth century saw massive and rapid changes in technologies that made American life easier by reducing the time and effort needed to do many ordinary tasks, as well as introducing new creations that vastly increased the speed of travel and communication. While Continue reading “Easing into a New Century – Easton & Redding in the Early 1900’s”

Message from the ER9 Superintendent

Dear Friends and Families of the Easton, Redding, Region 9 Schools:

Summer Email Announcements from Each School Sent
I am pleased to announce that the principals and assistant principals of each of our five schools have sent their “summer packets” to parents, guardians and families Continue reading “Message from the ER9 Superintendent”

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