Seniors who belong to the Easton Senior Center will soon have a brand new van to take them around town. Although the pandemic has delayed its arrival, the new van will to continue to improve the quality of life for many retirees, seniors, and physically challenged adults in the Easton Continue reading “The Easton Senior Center Is Getting a New Van”
Updated Jan. 21,2022
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”
There has been a significant increase in COVID cases in the state, in hospitalizations and in cases in Easton. For the two weeks ending December 11, Easton’s rate is 34.2 per 100,000. There is at least hope that while the number of cases Continue reading “A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass”
On Sunday I had the pleasure of lighting the Christmas Tree at the Easton Public Library. As we have seen at a number of town events this year there was a record turnout. This highlights the wonderful feeling of community in Easton and as Continue reading “A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass”
- The numbers for Covid have ticked up some so Easton is at a rate of 9.5 per 100,000 for the weeks ending Nov. 13. This does not mean any changes, but it is a reminder that the pandemic isn’t over yet.
- There will be a public forum on Nov. 23 at 7:30 p.m. at Continue reading “Easton NewsBits From Town Hall”
The Holiday Boutique at the Senior Center opened on Monday and will run week days through Dec. 21 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Senior Center is located at 650 Morehouse Road, Easton.
Co-chairs of the event Maryellen Diana and Cheryl Constand said there are loads of new items for gifting. Continue reading “Holiday Boutique at Senior Center Is Open”
Easton resident Bryce H. Rathbone, 84, passed away after a short illness on Sunday, Oct. 24, at Bridgeport Hospital, surrounded by his family.
He was the son of Robert Charles Rathbone, a Royal Canadian Mounted Police officer, and Mildred Huntly Gordon. Born Continue reading “Obituary: Bryce H.Rathbone, 84”
There are so many scams out there and you need to protect yourselves! There are the scams you have heard of like the “Grandma, I am at the airport, I’ve lost my wallet and need you to wire money to me so I can fly home.”
Who wouldn’t be worried, and often times people do get scammed Continue reading “Senior Medicare Patrol Presentation on Scams & How to Protect Yourselves”
Fortunately, it has been a quiet week in town so I will try to be brief. To follow up from my message from last week, at Optimum’s suggestion we have begun to elevate all complaints to our municipal representative. I have expressed that fixing Continue reading “A Message from First Selectman Bindelglass”
The work for diversity and inclusion is about more than acknowledging the ongoing battle against racism. It’s about helping a community focus on those who need our support— from LGBTQ, BIPOC, seniors, women, and to anyone who may be in crisis or left out. That’s why it’s called diversity Continue reading “Letter: An Arc of Justice for All”