It was Saturday morning, October 27, 1951. With clipboards listing the names and addresses of all of Easton’s middle and high school students, a group of women began shuttling children to the Gilbertown Cemetery. No, this was not a case of the Sanderson Sisters of Easton. These Continue reading “A Grave Tale”
To the Editor,
Over the past few weeks leading up to this year’s presidential election, there has been vandalism of public spaces to serve as advertisement for a political candidate. I would like to take a moment to appreciate the Department of Public Work’s responsiveness in covering Continue reading “Vandalism in the Community Serves No Purpose”
The Easton Police Department is investigating numerous reports of theft of political signs and vandalism, including political messages painted on the streets, according to a statement issued by Chief Richard Doyle.
Doyle is asking those responsible to please refrain from this Continue reading “Police Investigating Theft of Political Signs and Vandalism”
Update for 10/2/2020
Monday will mark the beginning of a nearly full-time return to school. Although Covid infection numbers in the state have been creeping up they have remained stable here in town. Schools have had outbreaks and had to re-close, we intend Continue reading “Message from First Selectman Bindelglass”