EMS Building Fund Donation Eligible for $150,000 Matching Gift

Join Janet and Renn Gordon in Supporting Easton Volunteer Emergency Medical Services

Our long-term friends and Easton residents, Janet and Renn Gordon, have generously offered to match all contributions to the the EVEMS Building Fund up to $150,000. Janet and Renn have lived in Continue reading “EMS Building Fund Donation Eligible for $150,000 Matching Gift”

Last Chance to Support the Courier in 2021

Dear Eastonites,

The nonprofit online Easton Courier newspaper launched on Leap Day, Feb. 29, 2020, and will soon publish its 2,000th article. We have become a trusted source for town news and have received multiple Excellence in Journalism awards from the Society of Professional Continue reading “Last Chance to Support the Courier in 2021”

Please Support the Courier

Dear Eastonites,

The nonprofit online Easton Courier newspaper launched on Leap Day, Feb. 29, 2020, and will soon publish its 2,000th article. We have become a trusted source for town news and have received multiple Excellence in Journalism awards from the Society of Professional Continue reading “Please Support the Courier”

Notre Dame Supports Blessed Sacrament Food Pantry

Notre Dame Church of Easton has been supporting the Blessed Sacrament Food Pantry in Bridgeport on an ongoing basis since 2014. Volunteers from the Women of Notre Dame spearhead the outreach effort. The church women’s group has supported the food pantry throughout the ongoing Covid-19 Continue reading “Notre Dame Supports Blessed Sacrament Food Pantry”

The Library Thanks Giving Tree Donors

The Easton Public Library is thankful for their patrons and the generosity in this community. The 2020 Giving Tree donations totaled $640, which will purchase books for children, teens and adults, as well as CDs, DVDs, and children’s launchpads.

“We had a wonderful response to Continue reading “The Library Thanks Giving Tree Donors”

Please Support the Courier

Your donation will sustain Easton’s community journalism project

Most residents remember when Easton became a news desert. Hundreds of local news organizations have closed, as their advertising revenue disappeared, and the pandemic worsened. The print edition of the Easton Courier Continue reading “Please Support the Courier”

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