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SHARON — Although it happened more than a half century ago, the sight of the Euvrard family farm engulfed in flames is still etched in Brent Prindle’s memory. 

“They called it in, but by the time we got there, it was too late.”

Prindle, who today serves as treasurer of Sharon’s Taghhannuck Grange in Ellsworth, said that devastating blaze was the impetus back in the early-to-mid 1960s to add fire protection to Sharon’s rural Ellsworth District, situated about 3.5 miles from the Sharon Volunteer Fire Department’s main station...

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Labors of love at craft fair

SHARON — Despite the rain, plenty of vendors set up their tents on the town Green in Sharon on Saturday, Aug.4, for the annual craft fair, displaying a variety of artisan products ranging from soaps and moisturizers to hand-made chairs. 

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Food Drive thanks ‘NASCAR’ Dave

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SHARON, Conn. — As the new organizers of the Sunday in the Country Food Drive (SITCFD), husband and wife duo Bill Anstett and Colleen McGhee finished July with a celebration. On Sunday, July 29, they joined the community in thanking SITCFD founder and Millerton resident “NASCAR” Dave MacMillan and his family for their work over the last 26 years.

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New rules will tidy town

SHARON — Three new ordinances (two about abandoned properties and abandoned motor vehicles and a third about snow, leaf and grass litter) were introduced at a public hearing convened by the Sharon selectmen on Thursday, July 26. 
About 20 residents attended, some of whom were members of the town committee charged with drafting the ordinances.

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Selectmen allow use of Green for rally

SHARON — A proposed change to the maternity services at Sharon Hospital was discussed by the Sharon selectmen at their regular meeting on Tuesday, July 10.
Requesting use of the town Green for a gathering on Saturday, July 14, was resident and event organizer Lydia Moore, who with her husband, Herbert, has formed a new group called Save Sharon Hospital. (For an article on the rally, turn to Page A1.)

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Community protests planned closing of maternity unit

SHARON — The future of the maternity unit at Sharon Hospital remains in jeopardy despite talks last week between Health Quest COO Kerry Eaton and doctors at the area’s OB/GYN practice, Sharon OB/GYN.

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Coon earns Derwin award

SHARON — Housatonic Valley Regional High School sophomore Anna Coon of Sharon is the eighth recipient of the Margaret Derwin Scholarship, Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation’s largest scholarship, which awards a life-changing amount of money. 
She has earned $100,000 over four years for tuition and costs associated with attending college, as well as $5,000 for a summer community service program. 

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Danielle Landau to wed Janine Whitman in July

SHARON — Doug and Melissa Landau of Sharon and Oak Hill, Va. are thrilled to announce the coming marriage of their daughter, Danielle Landau, to Janine Whitman, daughter of Marcy and Paul Whitman of Englewood Cliffs, N.J. Landau, a mental health therapist and Whitman, a middle school science teacher, live on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, NYC. The couple will marry on Saturday, July 14, in Hudson, N.Y. 

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Birthing suites threatened with closure at Sharon Hospital

Sharon Hospital announced this week that it will no longer offer obstetrics in its women’s health care center. 

Eighty bags of heroin found on injured man

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Bear Watch

SHARON — The two resident bears in Salisbury seem to be garnering all the ursine attention this week (see story, page A1). But the furry visitors are still found in other towns in our area, and are making their presence increasingly known around residences. Nat Benchley said the bear in this photo showed up for “a mid-morning nosh” at the bird feeder on Butter Road in Sharon, Friday, June 22.

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