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Maple Row Growers hits temporary roadblock to process mulch

Maple Row Farm’s application for a special permit is technically incomplete, according to John Hayes, the town’s land use consultant.

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.


Why another fare hike seems inevitable

I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but chances are we will see…


Work underway at 660 Morehouse Road in Easton

Easton’s land use director, John Hayes, has designed a parking plan to address the concerns of 660 Morehouse Road tenants, and the Department of Public Works is now implementing parts of this plan.

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