Richard Colangelo of Easton Retires as Chief State’s Attorney

The Honorable Andrew J. McDonald, chair of the Criminal Justice Commission, announced today that the commission has appointed John J. Russotto as acting chief state’s attorney.

Attorney Russotto was appointed to serve as acting chief state’s attorney effective upon the retirement Continue reading “Richard Colangelo of Easton Retires as Chief State’s Attorney”

Physician Richard Lechtenberg Retires

Slowly and cautiously, some Easton residents are emerging from captivity to engage in responsible socializing. On Saturday, July 11, at the invitation of Vivian Hardison, wife of the honoree, family members and friends gathered outdoors to celebrate the retirement of Richard Lechtenberg, Continue reading “Physician Richard Lechtenberg Retires”

Superintendent McMorran Announces Retirement

ER9 Superintendent Dr. Tom McMorran released the following announcement today:

May 18, 2020

Dear Friends and Families of ER9:

I am writing to inform you of my intention to retire at the end of this school year.  This year is my 35th year in education.

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Ed Perkowski Retires from Easton Post Office

Visits to Easton’s post office at 295 Center Road are memorable for more than a sheet of stamps or a dreaded tax payment. Residents are used to conversation and really great music.

Some of that conversation and music may change when Ed Perkowski retires after seven years at our Continue reading “Ed Perkowski Retires from Easton Post Office”