Easton Police Officer Anthony Telesco was on routine patrol at the Helen Keller Middle School on the evening of Dec. 18 at 6:04 p.m. when he was flagged down by a man who reported his dog had fallen through the ice on Keller Pond. Telesco called the Easton Fire Department, requesting Continue reading “Easton Police Officer Rescues Man and Dog from Keller Pond”
Update for 8/14/2020
As we end the week that began with the aftermath of the storm and many of us without power, cell service, land lines or internet, we return to “COVID-19 normal”. A quick reminder to limit social gatherings, wear masks in public and sanitize Continue reading “Message from First Selectman Bindelglass”
The death of George Floyd in Minneapolis and the resulting protests worldwide are cause for concern in every community, though protests in Fairfield County have been relatively peaceful. The Easton Police Department has been on standby to assist, should officers be needed.
Easton emergency personnel wore masks and observed proper social distancing as they “walked a mile in her shoes” on Morehouse Road April 23 to support the Center for Family Justice.
Police Chief Rich Doyle wore a teal-colored shirt in recognition of April as Sexual Assault Awareness Continue reading “First Responders ‘Walk a Mile in Her Shoes’”