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Whiskey & Rye Productions presents country rock show

David Robushi of Easton is among the performers of Whiskey & Rye Productions LLC who…

The Bradley-Hubbell Homestead, built in 1816, remained with the original family for more than 100 years and typifies the kind of subsistence farm that was the heart and soul of Easton, Connecticut, during the 19th century, according to the Historical Society of Easton. It is located at 535 Black Rock Road.

UFO or drone: What was flying over the Aspetuck Reservoir?

The Bradley-Hubbell Homestead was visited by a rather sophisticated drone, flashing red and green lights and a set of lenses, during a BYOB party Aug. 14.

Tom Callinan, Connecticut’s first official state troubadour has composed an entertaining song about the Bradley’s family farming history.

Sweet Treat Social: Troubadour to entertain Sept. 7 at Bradley-Hubbell Homestead

The Historical Society of Easton and Easton Parks and Recreation Department invite the community to…

Beth Davis Rose of Hope Tennis Tournament co-chair Nancy Bento; Armando Goncalves, senior vice president, Peoples United Bank, corporate event sponsor; and tournament co-chair Donna T. Craft of Easton.

Beth Davis Rose of Hope Tennis Tournament set for Sept. 9

The Beth Davis Rose of Hope Tennis Tournament takes place at Brooklawn Country Club in Fairfield on Sept. 9, beginning at 9 a.m

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