Over a month ago, I ordered a new batch of checks. Every day, I open our mailbox, hoping for a slim package swathed in green plastic. The sympathy cards, valentines, and baby gifts I’ve sent from Easton’s post office over the past few weeks have all arrived well within their estimated Continue reading “Column: Still Waiting, but Grateful”
Visits to Easton’s post office at 295 Center Road are memorable for more than a sheet of stamps or a dreaded tax payment. Residents are used to conversation and really great music.
Some of that conversation and music may change when Ed Perkowski retires after seven years at our Continue reading “Ed Perkowski Retires from Easton Post Office”