Recording Easton’s History One Interview At a Time

The late actress Bette Davis once dined at a Black Rock Turnpike home in Easton. Carol Mills has the autographed tablecloth to prove it.

Mills’ recollection of hosting the actress is part of the town’s Oral History Project, an effort to interview and preserve the town’s history Continue reading “Recording Easton’s History One Interview At a Time”

Easton’s Thriving Seniors

Some seniors may recall a 1977 advertising campaign for Dannon Yogurt, boasting that the oldest living men in the world owed their longevity and well-being to eating yogurt every day.

Yogurt may have its benefits, but other things account for Easton’s Continue reading “Easton’s Thriving Seniors”

Resilience and Unity Mark Easton’s 175th Anniversary

The year 2020 will be memorable for many reasons. It will likely appear in history textbooks with a negative slant due to the outbreak of Covid-19. The town of Easton, however, was determined not to let anything dampen its spirits this year as it celebrated its 175th anniversary.

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Halloween Celebrations Change But Carry On

For years now, after summer has ended, the Easton community looks forward to celebrating fall with festivities organized by town residents. However, public health restrictions due to the Covid-19 pandemic are causing major changes and cancellations for this year’s celebrations.

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The Library Thanks Outgoing Friends of the Library Officers

The Easton Public Library would like to recognize Gina Orticelli and Patricia Soltisiak, Friends of the Library President and Treasurer respectively, who have recently resigned from their positions.

Both have been involved with the Friends of the Library for years, and they have Continue reading “The Library Thanks Outgoing Friends of the Library Officers”

VIDEO: See What Easton Folks Are Saying about ‘Normal’


Mary Beth Rassulo, assistant director/head of youth services, and Shannon Bruchal, library assistant, took their roving camera around town to encourage participation in the One Book/One Town Community Read at the Easton Public Library.

This year’s Continue reading “VIDEO: See What Easton Folks Are Saying about ‘Normal’”

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