Easton Police Log March 28 – April 3, 2022

Misdemeanor Arrest

A Westport resident, 25, crashed into the front window of Greiser’s Coffee & Market on the morning of Friday, April 1, at around 8:20 a.m. According to police, the driver stated that he had depressed the accelerator of his vehicle believing that it was in Continue reading “Easton Police Log March 28 – April 3, 2022”

More Gloomy Weather Predicted Saturday

The Easton Police Department has issued another weather storm warning Friday night through Saturday. Rain, sleet, snow and winds are forecast. As always, Police Chief Richard Doyle cautions residents to stay off the roads if possible.

In the event of a power outage, residents are Continue reading “More Gloomy Weather Predicted Saturday”

Easton Holds Peace Vigil for Ukraine

There was joy and sadness at the Vigil for Peace in Ukraine last night on the library lawn, where about 100 Easton residents gathered in solidarity. Despite the solemn occasion, friends and neighbors were happy to see one another and to support local aid efforts for Ukrainian refugees Continue reading “Easton Holds Peace Vigil for Ukraine”

Easton’s Police Dog is Fundraising on Instagram

Coasters with TJ’s photo are available for $25.

Easton’s heavily wooded areas, reservoirs and large older population make having a K9 officer like TJ a vital component of the Easton Police Department. “If someone were lost or wandering, I feel confident in TJ’s tracking skills Continue reading “Easton’s Police Dog is Fundraising on Instagram”

Another Icy Blast Is on the Way

UPDATE: All ER9 schools are closed Friday, Feb. 4. Offices are open and will close at noon.


The Easton Police Department has issued another weather warning for tomorrow. Some models are predicting rain through the morning and an afternoon drop in temperature creating a hazardous Continue reading “Another Icy Blast Is on the Way”

Easton EMS Helps Deliver Healthy Baby Boy

Just in the nick of time! In the early hours of the morning on Tuesday, Jan. 25., Easton’s EMS helped to deliver a healthy baby boy. 

Easton’s 911 center received a call at 2:39 a.m. that a woman was in labor and in need of medical attention. Easton’s fire, police, EMS, and paramedic Continue reading “Easton EMS Helps Deliver Healthy Baby Boy”

A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass

Updated Jan. 21,2022

Fire Department

Good afternoon,

I am happy to announce that there is definite improvement in the Covid numbers. Statewide the positivity rates and number of people in the hospital are declining. For the week ending January 15, the weekly number of cases fell to 48. For Continue reading “A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass”

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”

National Drug Take Back Day

National Drug Take Back Day is Saturday October 23rd. You can drop off your unused prescription and over the counter medication from 10am-2pm in the front loop at Samuel Staples Elementary School.

A Grave Tale

It was Saturday morning, October 27, 1951. With clipboards listing the names and addresses of all of Easton’s middle and high school students, a group of women began shuttling children to the Gilbertown Cemetery. No, this was not a case of the Sanderson Sisters of Easton.  These Continue reading “A Grave Tale”

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