Easton Police Department Issues Car Theft Warning

The Easton Police Department received a call from a Tersana Drive resident indicating that two males and one female walked up his driveway and approached his vehicle on June 6 at 6:05 p.m.

When the suspects were aware they had been spotted by the homeowner, they ran back to the Continue reading “Easton Police Department Issues Car Theft Warning”

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Moving Back Home as Young Adults to Easton

If moving away for college is a time for discovering one’s identity and learning to live independently, then what is moving back home with parents after college all about?

For some young adults, returning home is a financially sound move, if not a necessary one. Even pre-pandemic, Continue reading “Moving Back Home as Young Adults to Easton”

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Easton Public Library Adds New Digital Resources

The Easton Public Library has added Gale eBooks and Gale Passenger and Immigration List Index to its growing list of online research tools and databases, which are free for Library patrons, and are available at any time.

Gale eBooks is a collection of top nonfiction titles that Continue reading “Easton Public Library Adds New Digital Resources”

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Park & Recreation ‘Sunshine Day Camp’

Easton Sunshine Day Camp is now enrolling kids in kindergarten through entering sixth grade. If you’re looking for an inexpensive but fun camp, check out the Easton Park and Recreation summer camp. Sign up at eastonrec.com.

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From Cowpaths to Highways – A Two Hundred & Fifty Year Journey

Part Two of the Historical Society of Easton’s Series on Transportation in Easton. Our Easton in the Service Series will resume in July.

Prior to the Town of Fairfield’s purchase of approximately 52,000 acres of land from Native Americans during the 1660’s, the land that now comprises Continue reading “From Cowpaths to Highways – A Two Hundred & Fifty Year Journey”

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A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass

Updated 06/04/2021

Good afternoon,

It was great to see many residents on Memorial Day and a huge thank you to all who participated and organized the parade! Everyone being together should remind us that we have more in common than that which separates us. Life continues to return Continue reading “A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass”

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Mark Twain Library Bids Farewell to Longtime Director

After 10 years at the helm of Redding’s Mark Twain Library, Beth Steinhardt Dominianni of Easton is retiring from her position. We will have an Open House Celebration for Beth at the Library on June 17.

With our doors recently back open to the public, we invite and encourage all Continue reading “Mark Twain Library Bids Farewell to Longtime Director”

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Bindelglass Runs for Second Term as First Selectman

Dr. David Bindelglass announced that he will run for re-election to a second two-year term as Easton’s first selectman. A small group gathered June 3 at Town Hall to witness the ceremonial filing, including his wife, Gloria, who is a nurse at Bridgeport Hospital, and Selectman Robert Continue reading “Bindelglass Runs for Second Term as First Selectman”

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Finance Board OKs Design Funds for Pathway

The proposed multi-use pathway on Sport Hill Road is on the agenda for tonight’s Board of Selectman meeting following a 4-2 vote by he Board of Finance to approve $80,000 for preliminary design, pending taxpayer approval.

Expenditures of $20,000 or more must be approved by voters Continue reading “Finance Board OKs Design Funds for Pathway”

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New Life at Blue Button Farm

A pair of baby goats arrived on Memorial Day to mom, Clarice, and Blue Button farmers Dennis and Holly Pryor. The yet unnamed kids are already walking and wagging their little tails under the watchful eye of their mom and human parents.

For those less schooled in goat husbandry, Continue reading “New Life at Blue Button Farm”

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