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 of serving the community. There’s the old post office on the east end of the…

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 Elementary School on Morehouse Road was built in 1931. The original, modest brick building was…