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Sarah Gonzales gathers with some of her charges at the Easton Community Center summer camp. Photo by Jane Paley

Sarah Gonzales: Easton’s home grown angel

Just when you think the world is going to h*** in a handbasket, a young person comes along and renews your faith in the future.

Christian and Grace Bujdud wait for the bus to begin the fourth grade at Samuel Staples Elementary School.

School year begins with new staff, courses and anticipation

Administrators at Easton’s two public schools are excited to welcome another school year. The first day…

Easton Farm Tour. Ben, 9, and Adam Valinsky, 5, make candles at Historic Bradley Hubbell Homestead. They came from Fairfield. —Erica Grant photo

Farm tour draws more than 500 to firehouse green

The Easton Farm Tour was deemed a “tremendous” success by tour organizers with more than 500 in attendance. Co-chairs Lori Cochran-Dougall and Jean Stetz-Puchalski both said they could not be happier.

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Cell tower data paints blurred picture, cell phones more concerning

Exposure to the brain from radio frequency fields from cell phone towers is less than 1/100th the exposure to the brain from cell phones.

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