Letter: Mailer Does Not Represent Easton’s Values

To the Editor:

As an 11-year Easton resident, I want the customers of Greiser’s Coffee & Market and especially all of the newcomers to our town to know that I am disgusted and outraged by the ill-informed publication from the so-called “Citizens for Responsible Government” that Continue reading “Letter: Mailer Does Not Represent Easton’s Values”

Easton Skier Dies at Stowe Mountain in Vermont

Arthur Powers, Jr., 60, of Easton died suddenly on Monday, Feb. 15, while skiing in Stowe, Vermont. 

Known for having a comedic actor’s sense of humor and drama, Art was an inventor and manufacturer of state-of-the-art outdoor speakers who designed music systems for 40 years. He Continue reading “Easton Skier Dies at Stowe Mountain in Vermont”

Cooking Up Cozy with Greiser’s

A weekly collaboration between Easton food blogger Amy Hauptman and Greiser’s Coffee &; Market starts Tuesday, Jan. 19.

“At her blog, Cooking Up Cozy, Amy will provide weekly family meal recipes using ingredients available for curbside pickup at Greiser’s,” said Adrienne Burke, Continue reading “Cooking Up Cozy with Greiser’s”

Year in Review 2020: Easton Courier’s Rebirth

The print edition of the Easton Courier ceased publication in 2018, its 40th anniversary year, as a result of diminishing ad revenue. Recognizing Easton’s profound community need for local news, James Castonguay, associate dean, College of Arts and Sciences at Sacred Heart University, Continue reading “Year in Review 2020: Easton Courier’s Rebirth”

Greiser’s Tiny Holiday Markets Start Sunday

Greiser’s Tiny Holiday Market series starts this Sunday at Greiser’s Coffee and Market, 299 Center Road, Easton Conn.

The series is intended to support local artisans, most — but not all — of whom live in Easton, and to provide a safe and fun shopping experience for the community.

Continue reading “Greiser’s Tiny Holiday Markets Start Sunday”

Bindelglass Follows up on Support for Intersection Improvements

I would like to take this opportunity to follow up on the discussion at the last Board of Selectmen meeting and my last post regarding improvements in town, most specifically the potential work on the intersection of Center Road and Route 136. Clearly, when there are large events Continue reading “Bindelglass Follows up on Support for Intersection Improvements”

Greiser’s Does the Pandemic Pivot — Again

In-Store Shopping, New Online Groceries and Gifts When Shop Reopens Sept. 1

Greiser’s Coffee & Market is closed this week to get ready for an uncertain autumn. When it reopens on Sept. 1, customers will have full access to in-store shopping from 7 a.m to 5 p.m. daily except Monday, Continue reading “Greiser’s Does the Pandemic Pivot — Again”

Easton’s Local Newspaper to Make a Comeback with Citizen Support

The Easton Courier and its former chief editor Nancy Doniger are coming back to town.

Easton’s nearly 7,000 residents have lacked a dedicated news source for close to two years. Hersam Acorn Newspapers ceased publication of the 38-year-old weekly broadsheet, The Easton Courier, Continue reading “Easton’s Local Newspaper to Make a Comeback with Citizen Support”

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