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  • Longevity

    If you’ve lived in Easton for any length of time, Greiser’s is likely the first name that comes to mind when you think about the proverbial old-fashioned general store. It has all the right ingredients to indicate a long life… Read More ›

  • Books on the Move

    Local government’s single most important task is educating the community’s children. Easton has provided tuition-free public schooling since it was incorporated in 1845. The original thirteen school districts gradually melded into one by the early 1930’s when the Samuel Staples… Read More ›