WESTON, EASTON AND REDDING, Conn. – Road delays and new leaders led Weston-Easton-Redding’s news this week. Here are some of the area’s top stories from the last week:
? Drivers around Weston should expect delays for the next few weeks in certain areas, as the town starts its summer paving projects.
? Weston Middle School found out who its next assistant principal will be recently. Derby administrator Dru Walters starts the job later this summer.
? Ann’s Place Cancer Support Services in Danbury also welcomed a new leader; Redding resident Dorothy D. Adams took over as president this week.
? State Rep. John Shaban held a pair of town hall meetings in Easton and Weston this week to talk about the latest legislative session.
? Easton got a blast from the past Saturday, as the Friends of Vintage Base Ball put on an exhibition of the national pastime as it was played in the Civil War era.
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