Arthur Powers, Jr., 60, of Easton died suddenly on Monday, Feb. 15, while skiing in Stowe, Vermont.
Known for having a comedic actor’s sense of humor and drama, Art was an inventor and manufacturer of state-of-the-art outdoor speakers who designed music systems for 40 years. He Continue reading “Easton Skier Dies at Stowe Mountain in Vermont”
Easton and Connecticut’s 4th U.S. Congressional District voted to return Jim Himes to Congress as U. S. representative for another seventh term. Himes defeated his Republican challenger, Jonathan Riddle, and Independent candidate, Brian Merlen, according to an Associated Press projection Continue reading “Himes Vows to ‘Restore Civility and Decency in our Daily Discourse’”
The CBIA and a dozen other organizations are calling for a $70 million state grant program to help small businesses struggling through the coronavirus pandemic. I fully support setting aside funds to assist our small businesses during the pandemic. In fact, I would argue we need Continue reading “Michelle McCabe Candidate Statement: The Importance of Supporting Small Businesses”
My career was launched by local agriculture. I learned where my food came from in 2007 when I read Michael Pollan’s The Omnivore’s Dilemma. It changed not only how I got my food but also my life’s calling. For the last 12 years, I have endeavored to find ways to strengthen our local Continue reading “Michelle McCabe Candidate Statement: Supporting Easton Farmers is Key to Our Resilience”
There once was a time in America, quite recently, when civility and acceptance was commonplace and empathy for the suffering was sympathetically expressed. Now, we have far too many people who outwardly disdain and distrust others for no justifiable reason other than they are different Continue reading “Tony Hwang Candidate Statement: Common Grace, Forgiveness and Kindness”