Modeling a Positive Spirit

It’s that time of year. Summer is rounding the bend and those of us with children in college or high school are bustling with excitement as we organize them for the journey of the upcoming years. It is a time of elation mixed with a tinge of apprehension as we send our children, many Continue reading “Modeling a Positive Spirit”

Sport Hill Farm Celebrates 20 Years

When Al and Patti Popp planted some corn, tomatoes, and zucchini 20 years ago, they weren’t sure what would happen. Since then, they’ve grown as Sport Hill Farm, offering a wide variety of locally grown, seasonal produce. But they never lost that adventurous spirit that got them Continue reading “Sport Hill Farm Celebrates 20 Years”

The Politics of Masking

As many of us return to work and life in our Connecticut communities, we are continuing to face a new set of social expectations regarding health and safety as Covid-19 cases subside locally. Recommended measures still include social distancing and self quarantine if exposed, and Continue reading “The Politics of Masking”

Cybersecurity in the Age of Pandemic

I’ve been fortunate to have spent the better part of the last 25 years in cybersecurity.  I say fortunate because in our ever increasingly complex digital world, I’ve had a front seat to the ways in which technology has enabled businesses and people to achieve great things.  I’ve also Continue reading “Cybersecurity in the Age of Pandemic”

Hwang Thanks Front Line ‘Helpers’ against COVID-19 Pandemic

“When I was a boy and I would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me, ‘Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping.’ To this day, especially in times of ‘disaster,’ I remember my mother’s words, and I am always comforted by realizing that there Continue reading “Hwang Thanks Front Line ‘Helpers’ against COVID-19 Pandemic”

Reaching Out to Your Neighbors

What is one simple way to help someone? It’s thinking of a way we can all make someone happy during this coronavirus pandemic. It’s something neighborly and friendly to show we care.

We hope you can embrace some “HappyEastonKindness” by doing good in our community, now during this Continue reading “Reaching Out to Your Neighbors”


“It’s about time” — that’s when we are really listening.

Do you know what time it is?

Time is a teacher and a healer. It has wings of some sort 

because it flies, so why does it take so long to get there?

Sports teams and children get time-outs; they call it strategy time.

Continue reading “Time”

Bindelglass Updates Residents on Town Matters

April 24, 2020

Good afternoon, 

In this new world, days seem to blend together and it is hard to believe it is Friday again! I still believe strongly that our efforts are paying off in controlling the spread of the virus but we must stay the course with social distancing and Continue reading “Bindelglass Updates Residents on Town Matters”

Cupola Flashing Blue and Red to Honor First Responders, Health Care Workers

To honor first responders and health care workers during the pandemic, the Town of Easton has programed the regular lights in the cupola on top of Town Hall with a steady blue light and flashing red lights to show support for our doctors, nurses and healthcare workers and the Easton Continue reading “Cupola Flashing Blue and Red to Honor First Responders, Health Care Workers”

Goldstein and Peck Law Firm Continues Service during Pandemic

Goldstein and Peck, a law firm located in Bridgeport since 1939 and serving Easton and all of Connecticut, remains available to meet the needs of clients by virtue of various technologies during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Two of the principals of the firm, Bill Kupinse and Dennis Continue reading “Goldstein and Peck Law Firm Continues Service during Pandemic”