Easton Volunteer Emergency Medical Service officials have been trying for years to move out of the outdated, 92-year-old building they call home and find a new Continue reading “EMS Building Project Gets Boost from ARP Funding”
Easton held its second annual Town Party, presented by the Ashlar-Aspetuck Lodge No. 142, on Saturday, Sept. 18. More than 600 residents poured into the Masonic Hall green at 200 Center Road across from Easton Town Hall to enjoy themselves under sunny blue skies. Eastonites gathered Continue reading “Easton Enjoys Music, Food and Fireworks at Town Party”
Lest we forget about Covid this week Easton passed 500 cases overall. Still the trend is towards better. As you know, several weeks ago I joined my Republican colleagues, the First Selectmen of Fairfield and Westport in declaring a mask mandate Continue reading “A Message from the First Selectman”
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The Easton Volunteer Emergency Medical Service invites the community to a dazzling fireworks display to celebrate its 75th anniversary.
The show will take place on Saturday, Sept. 18 at the Morehouse Fields on the campus Continue reading “Dazzling Fireworks Display on the Way Sept. 18”
As a reminder, tomorrow there will be a ceremony in remembrance of September 11, at 10 a.m. to be held at the Memorial in front of the library. The program is available at https://www.eastonct.gov/sites/g/files/vyhlif3071/f/news/9-11_program_web_v2_2021.pdf .Continue reading “Message from the First Selectman”
Those most deserving of our gratitude this Labor Day include health care workers who had a brief reprieve only to be swept back onto the front lines of Covid redux. We’re also keeping law-enforcement officials, firefighters, educators and volunteers in our thoughts this Labor Day.Continue reading “Labor Day Message 2021”
The remnants of Hurricane Ida passed through with moderate wind and heavy rain, leaving some road closures, power outages and some flood damage in the police station and around town. We are mostly back to normal, after a quick clean up.
The weekly number of cases fell to 8 for the week ending August 7, from 13 the week before. While this is good news I would still urge caution. Masks are now required in town buildings. Places of large indoor crowds in neighboring towns like Continue reading “Message from the First Selectman”