On a sunny, breezy day, much like Sept. 11, 2001, Easton residents gathered on the 9/11 memorial green across from Easton Town Hall to remember and mourn on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of 9/11. Terrorists killed 2,977 people from 93 nations, including three with direct connections Continue reading “A Day of Remembrance and Reflection: Easton Commemorates 9/11”
While Keeping the Memory Alive
Eunice Hanson settled into a comfortable chair in the cheerful sun room of her colonial-style home in Easton. Calming colors and carefully chosen artifacts grace the room. Walls Continue reading “Still Seeking Justice for Family Lost on 9/11”
To all mothers who have lost a child on 9/11, or anytime, through illness, accidents, suicide, overdose or separation.
All of us should give thanks to our mothers, since we wouldn’t be here today if it weren’t for them. Each time there’s the loss of a mother, all of society suffers, Continue reading “A Tribute to our Mothers on 9/11 and Everyday”
Dear Friends and Families of ER9:
There are two sections for my email today. I ask that you read the first section on COVID-19 Reporting, Quarantine/Isolation Guidelines, How to Access the ER9 COVID-19 Dashboard and Health Screening. The second section is about preparing to honor Continue reading “Message from the Superintendent: Covid and 9/11”
Nineteen years ago on this day, unspeakable acts of terror changed life in the United States as we knew it. The cloudless blue skies and the picture-perfect September day belied the horrific acts that claimed the lives of 3,000 innocent souls.
On September 11, 2001, Americans Continue reading “Pledge to Make the World a Better Place on 9/11”