Easton Welcomes New Residents

The Easton housing market has picked up tremendously in the last year and the trend shows no signs of stopping. According to a report by Brown Harris Stevens, in the first quarter of 2021, 33 houses closed in Easton — a 22.2% increase from last year. This hot housing market has also Continue reading “Easton Welcomes New Residents”

Educating Under Covid-19: Rewriting the New Normal of Learning

Teachers and administrators have been entrusted with building a new learning environment under strict Covid-19 guidelines. Almost a year later, students and parents are still adapting.

When the Covid-19 pandemic shut down all in-person learning, teachers and students had to learn Continue reading “Educating Under Covid-19: Rewriting the New Normal of Learning”

Op-Ed: State’s Covid-19 Education Policy Sends Mixed Message

There are a number of words one could choose to summarize 2020. For many parents who were thrust into a role they never imagined they would select: frustration, anxiety and exhaustion.  

The onset of the Covid-19 pandemic outbreak in March 2020 led to the initial statewide shutdown Continue reading “Op-Ed: State’s Covid-19 Education Policy Sends Mixed Message”

What Matters Most to Easton: John Shaban Responds

1. What do you believe is the single most important issue facing Easton voters and why? 

Economy and jobs. As our state recovers from quarantines and shutdowns, we must also realize that we are picking up where we left off — fiscal mismanagement that hurts all citizens. Indeed, Continue reading “What Matters Most to Easton: John Shaban Responds”

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