The Easton EMS will conduct interviews for its fall live-in program starting in August. Connecticut-certified emergency medical technicians (EMTs) who are attending local universities live at Easton EMS headquarters through the program and answer 911 calls.
The American Rescue Plan is a federally funded, grant-based plan that set aside $350 billion to help states recover from the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. From the allocation made available to Connecticut, we now know that $2.2 million is earmarked for Easton.
Great news on the Covid-19 front! Easton has had no new cases in the two weeks ending May 20, 2021. That is a first since last year and it bodes well for our finishing our school year. The new Executive Orders this week deal with meetings Continue reading “Message from the First Selectman”→
All too often people call us when it is their absolute worst day. They are very sick or severely injured. It is a rare occurrence when we are called to help celebrate something good. But today, just that happened. At approximately 7:45 a.m. Easton 911 received a call for a woman Continue reading “Easton EMS Makes a Special Delivery”→
Gray skies didn’t dampen the glow on Anne Fiyalka’s face on the occasion of her 100th birthday. Not only did she turn 100, but 100 cars of well wishers paraded past her house to toast a beloved community member on her birthday.
Welcome to the fifth installment of the Courier’s shout-out to Easton volunteers. This week we honor EMT Lorraine Mercede, a member of the Easton Volunteer Emergency Medical Services Trustees and an active volunteer.