Column: Close to Home: Easton’s Open Spaces

Rows of town houses, one indistinguishable from the other, stretched as far as I could see from the road. Along the border of the development, a shopping center brooded like a castle atop a massive retaining wall.

“Check out the name on the sign,” my sister said, her voice conveying Continue reading “Column: Close to Home: Easton’s Open Spaces”

Scout Project Gets Samuel Senior Park Ready for Classes

Samuel P. Senior Memorial Park was once home to an outdoor classroom designed to educate local children about the role wetlands play in improving water quality and providing wildlife habitat. Thanks to the efforts of Milo Goldstein and fellow Boy Scouts from Troop 66, the park is Continue reading “Scout Project Gets Samuel Senior Park Ready for Classes”

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