The article below was transcribed directly from the front page of the Thursday, December 8, 1910 edition of the Bridgeport Times & Evening Farmer: Thrilling
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
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
On June 28, 1944 a truck delivered six enormous crates to Helen Keller’s Easton home on Redding Road. She had just celebrated her 64th birthday
The year was 1954 and probably the most feared disease by most parents in Easton was infantile paralysis, more commonly known as polio.
Sometimes we who value preservation of important aspects of our past fail to band together to make certain that more recent history is protected as