Americans are frustrated and angry about a range of serious issues: practical concerns about the price of gas, groceries, and housing; the ways in which taxes are assessed and spent; and more broadly, fears of political instability, bigotry, environmental threats, health and childcare Continue reading “Column: Ode to Joy”
Twenty years ago this week, hundreds of people gathered at the Bradley-Hubbell House off Black Rock Turnpike to celebrate the recreation of its perennial flower garden and to fundraise for the historic homestead. Continue reading “A Place for History”
Have you seen a wolf in Easton? I bet you have. I don’t mean the furry kind along with the bobcats and bears we occasionally catch on our Ring cameras. The wolf I have in mind is really a type of tree. Even though they are rare, there are quite a few here in Easton. The term wolf Continue reading “Keep Watch for Wolves”
There have been unprecedented crowds at the carnival so I hope you have been enjoying yourselves. Great job by our volunteer fire department and all the volunteers working this great event.
Yesterday, the Governor signed an executive order Continue reading “A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass”
Reception Is Friday, July 9, 7 to 9 p.m., Library Conference Room
An exhibit curated by the Easton Arts Council featuring the work of filmmaker, photographer and conservationist Tomas Koeck opens this week Continue reading “Photographer and Filmmaker Tomas Koeck’s Gallery Exhibit Opens at the Library”
Members of the Easton Democratic Town Committee (EDTC) unanimously endorsed Anne Hughes for re-election as state representative of the 135th House District on Feb. 5. The EDTC came together for its monthly meeting with guest speakers, including Gayle Weinstein of Weston. Weinstein Continue reading “Easton Democrats Endorse Incumbent State Rep. Anne Hughes”