Isaias Leaves Massive Outages, Downed Trees

Getting from one place to another requires many detours and a lot of patience as Easton clears out from Tropical Storm Isaias. Add the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, and the trials people are facing can feel daunting.

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Bracing for a Wild Day of Weather from Tropical Storm Isaias

A tornado watch is in effect for Fairfield County until 2:15. Numerous trees are down with wires all over town, Police Chief Richard Doyle said as of 1:55 p.m.

“I advise everyone to stay home or get to shelter,” Doyle said. “All emergency services are fully staffed.” 

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Easton Prepares for Tropical Storm Isaias

Police Chief Richard Doyle this morning met with Fire Chief Steve Waugh, and officials from Easton Emergency Medical Services and the Public Works Department to prepare for Tropical Storm Isaias’s arrival in the local area tomorrow, Tuesday.

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Doyle Sworn in as Easton’s New Police Chief

Gives Outdoor Oath in a Sign of the Times

Veteran officer Richard Doyle officially became Easton’s new police chief during an unusual swearing in ceremony April 6 inside the 9/11 memorial on the library green, across from the police department.

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