Susan Hunter was one of the marchers, and one of many who awoke at 5 a.m. to catch a bus to the city — lugging signs, water bottles and trail mix — and tramp over asphalt for five hours to be part of a large gathering of people who want to see action taken.

Marching to preserve the world

The count is now 400,000. That’s the number of people from all over the world…

Robert Walsh

Football’s willing captive

I’m sorry. Just wanted to get that out of the way as I’m sure some…


High Holy Days: Forgiveness for a troubled earth

Jews across the globe are preparing to observe the High Holy Days, beginning Wednesday, Sept….

Adam Dunsby

Debt and taxes

Easton is responsible for total debt totaling close to $40 million. This is comprised of…

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