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Easton Memorial Day parade canceled due to forecasted lightning

The Easton Memorial Day parade planned for Monday, May 30, has been canceled due to…

Deer ticks, right, carry Lyme disease and can be hard to find before they bite and spread the disease, which thousands suffer from in Connecticut.

Two Lyme disease studies are relevant to area residents

Lyme disease is a recurring problem in many parts of the country, especially in predominantly…

SFC Mark Holbert, a critically wounded Special Forces soldier who lost both legs on the battlefield in Afghanistan, has received assistance from Captain Tyler Merritt’s Nine Line Foundation.

Memorial Day parade will march on Center Road May 30

Generations of Eastonites have lined Center Road to cheer on the marchers in the annual…

At the opiates and heroin forum at Helen Keller Middle School are, from left, DEA Intelligence Research Specialist Stephanie Flagg-Duque, licensed drug and alcohol counselor Pamela Walker, Police Chief Timothy Shaw and state Sen. Tony Hwang. — Brad Durrell photo

Experts warn Easton not immune from addiction epidemic

“This doesn’t happen here.” With those commonly heard words of denial, a U.S. Drug Enforcement…

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