Update on Storm Clearing

More progress is evident in Easton as UI crews are endeavoring to complete repairs following unusually high numbers of fallen trees on power lines. Mile Common Road, seen above, is nearly completed.

Police Chief Richard Doyle, who is also the town’s emergency services director, Continue reading “Update on Storm Clearing”

Reporter’s Notebook: Legislators Respond to Outcry over Law Enforcement and Discrimination

Easton’s members of the Connecticut General Assembly have been moved by recent events and protests to take strong public stands on behalf of equal protection under the law for all people.    

State Rep. Anne Hughes, D-Easton, Redding, Weston, has said that the public outcry over the Continue reading “Reporter’s Notebook: Legislators Respond to Outcry over Law Enforcement and Discrimination”

Easton Police Department Has a Visit from Congressman Jim Himes

Congressman Jim Himes stopped by the Easton Police Department on Monday, April 13 to drop off food and give thanks to Easton’s first responders. Chief Richard Doyle (who was recently promoted to the rank of chief on Monday, April 6) discussed all the ways that Easton’s first responders Continue reading “Easton Police Department Has a Visit from Congressman Jim Himes”

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