Colin Wilkes and Lucas Zappulla work on coding activities. — Susan Hunter archive photo

Easton kids can explore computer science this fall

Elementary and middle school students in Easton will be able to continue extracurricular computer science…


Fall Fair and Attic Treasures at Nichols United Methodist Church

Nichols United Methodist Church, 35 Shelton Road, Trumbull will host their annual Fall Fair and…

Kimberly Santora Fox, Samuel Staples Elementary School principal, displays the plaque the school received for achieving Energy Star certification.

Staples earns Energy Star — What does it mean?

Samuel Staples Elementary School recently received Energy Star status, thanks to efforts by the Easton…

Sen. Hwang with Newtown Police Chief Michael Kehoe, St. Rose of Lima School parent Maureen Reidy, and Rep. Mitch Bolinsky at a 2015 press conference calling for increased penalties for threats of violence against schools. The new law takes effect Oct. 1.

Hwang: New Oct. 1 law cracks down on school threats

Sen. Tony Hwang is raising awareness about a new state law effective Oct. 1 which makes threatening a school a much more serious crime.

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