A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass

Updated 5/13/22


The latest Covid numbers continue to rise and are affecting our schools and businesses. Again, this is a legitimate surge with a very contagious virus, but still fortunately not causing a great deal of severe illness or hospitalizations. Nonetheless, catching Continue reading “A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass”

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”

Easton EMS Fundraising for a New Building!

Easton Volunteer EMS has served the Easton Community since 1946, every day-every hour. Now we need your help! Our Easton EMS location/headquarters at 448 Sport Hill Road (adjacent to the Easton Village Store) is in desperate need of a new building.

We now need your help as we continue Continue reading “Easton EMS Fundraising for a New Building!”

Hope for a New EMS Facility Shines Bright

It’s been a long time coming, but the Easton Volunteer Emergency Medical Service may finally be on track to make its move into a new modern facility in 2022. 

The building project is progressing, according to EMS Chief Jonathan Arnold. The EMS Association has narrowed down the Continue reading “Hope for a New EMS Facility Shines Bright”

Family Thanks Easton EMS with Holiday Bake Sale

A family’s holiday bake sale to benefit the Easton Emergency Medical Service did more than raise money. It filled the family and their patrons with holiday spirit and showed them that Easton is a wonderful town.

Ariana Tsirakidis, 10, baked all day on Saturday to prepare for the Continue reading “Family Thanks Easton EMS with Holiday Bake Sale”

Trunk or Treat and Bonfire Make a Spirited Comeback

Photo by Asia McCray

After missing out on last year’s Halloween extravaganza due to Covid-19, Easton kids and families made up for lost time at the eighth annual Trunk or Treat on Oct. 31. The evening included not only trick or treating for children but the Easton Lions Club annual Continue reading “Trunk or Treat and Bonfire Make a Spirited Comeback”

Easton EMS Offers Live-In Opportunity

Become part of the team. Easton EMS is looking for live-in EMT’s. This is a great opportunity for students with Connecticut EMT certification, attending local universities to live off campus for free and live at our building.

In return EMTs answer emergency calls on the midnight Continue reading “Easton EMS Offers Live-In Opportunity”

Driver and Truck Rescued From Pond

The Easton Police Department received a report of a motor vehicle accident on Banks Road on Monday at approximately 7 p.m. The responding officers observed a partially submerged vehicle in a pond, 30 feet from the shore. The driver was still inside the vehicle.

Officers deployed Continue reading “Driver and Truck Rescued From Pond”

EMS Building Project Gets Boost from ARP Funding

The Easton Volunteer Emergency Medical Service building is located at 448 Sport Hill Rd, Easton, Conn.—Tomas Koeck Photo

Easton Volunteer Emergency Medical Service officials have been trying for years to move out of the outdated, 92-year-old building they call home and find a new Continue reading “EMS Building Project Gets Boost from ARP Funding”

Message from the First Selectman

Updated 08/27/2021

Good afternoon,                                   BRIDGE                   

What a relief that Henri did not make a bigger impact on our area.  It is the nature of storms to bob and weave, and sometimes where it is tracking, is not where it ends up.  Always a good Continue reading “Message from the First Selectman”