Easton Property Transfers — September 2021

The following property transfers were recorded by the Easton Town Clerk’s office for the month of September:

50 Pond Road, Richard D. Nitto to David Bryant and Angela La Pick, $583,000.

55 Tuckahoe Road, David and Carolyn McCann to Stephen Poulos, $1,275,000.

10 Everett Road, Continue reading “Easton Property Transfers — September 2021”

Obituary: Toby B. Knapp, 70

Toby B. Knapp

The brilliant, talented and creative character, Toby B. Knapp, passed away unexpectedly at the age of 70 on Monday, Sept.. 27, 2021. Toby was raised in Easton, Connecticut and most recently resided in Southbury.

Toby was born on April 22, 1951 to Richmond L. Knapp, Continue reading “Obituary: Toby B. Knapp, 70”

Easton Property Transfers — August 2021

The following property transfers were recorded by the Easton Town Clerk’s office for the month of August:

245 Silver Hill Road, Peter J. and Pamela P. Allman to Erik and Erica Zirulnik, $1,425,000.

30 Bayberry Lane, Peter J. and Mary Elizabeth Tavolacci to Janet Weinstock Isa, Continue reading “Easton Property Transfers — August 2021”

Easton: ‘Da Best’ in our Eyes

This past year, when the editors of Smithsonian Magazine called for submissions for their annual roundup of “The 15 Best Small Towns to Visit in 2021,” as secretary of the Executive Committee for the Western Connecticut Tourism District (WCTD) and proud Easton resident, I thought Continue reading “Easton: ‘Da Best’ in our Eyes”

Follow-Up Message About Today’s Cancellation

Dear Friends and Families of ER9:  

Directing a delayed opening or early dismissal or cancellation of schools is the responsibility of the superintendent.

At approximately 4:30 am I made the call to hold a two-hour delayed opening this morning. When I had heard from First Student, Continue reading “Follow-Up Message About Today’s Cancellation”

Storm’s Severity Turns School Delay into Cancellation

Buses Return to Barlow to Take Home Kids Dropped off Early

Worsening road conditions in Tropical Depression Ida’s wake led the Easton, Redding and Region 9 school district to close school for the day today after first announcing a two-hour delay.

In addition to a message sent Continue reading “Storm’s Severity Turns School Delay into Cancellation”

Families Advised to Prepare for Possible Delayed School Opening

The Easton Police Department posted this message just now on its Facebook page:

“Please be weather aware! A Tornado Watch and Flash Flood Watch are in effect! Do not travel if you do not need to! Call Easton PD at 203-268-4111 to report any hazards or 911 in an emergency. Be safe.”

Continue reading “Families Advised to Prepare for Possible Delayed School Opening”

ER9 Issues Back to School Meals Information

• Our school nutrition staff looks forward to welcoming students back to school! We will continue serving healthy school meals to fuel our students for success.

• This school year, thanks to federal pandemic waivers, all students will be eligible for free meals, regardless of family Continue reading “ER9 Issues Back to School Meals Information”

ER9 Appoints Dr. Jason McKinnon as Superintendent of Schools

Tonight, the Easton, Redding, and Region 9 Boards of Education appointed Dr. Jason McKinnon as their next superintendent of schools.

Dr. McKinnon, currently the superintendent of schools in Oxford, was selected from a highly qualified pool of 20 applicants. He holds a doctoral Continue reading “ER9 Appoints Dr. Jason McKinnon as Superintendent of Schools”

Summer Travels Slow Down Real Estate Demand

But Not Enough to Solve Housing Shortage

After a year of reclusion due to the COVID-19 pandemic, relaxed travel restrictions shifted some people’s priorities from buying a new home to traveling.

Still recovering from a traumatic year, a few buyers and sellers put their real Continue reading “Summer Travels Slow Down Real Estate Demand”

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