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A resident of Columbia County, Li Sabas has built a music career through performances stretching across the Harlem Valley and beyond. Photo by Matt Carr 

Musician pursues passion as a multi-disciplinary artist

HARLEM VALLEY — Honing his craft through practice and performance, Li Sabas has sought to build an identity for himself as, he says, “a multi-disciplinary artist.”

Following the COVID-19  outbreak, Sabas taught private music lessons while following pandemic protocols and started training in a form of kung fu known as “ving tsun.”


Nick Moore, left, board member of the Save Sharon Hospital organization, Dr. Howard Mortman, center, obstetrics and gynecology, and Dr. David Kurish, internal medicine and cardiology, led a roundtable discussion of proposed cuts in services at Sharon Hospital from the physicians’ perspective on Friday, Sept. 23, at St. Bernard Church in Sharon. Photo by Leila Hawken

Save Sharon Hospital: First roundtable brings physicians’ pleas for help

SHARON — The first of three public roundtables coordinated by the Save Sharon Hospital (SSH) citizens’ organization to rally support in opposition to planned cuts in services at the hospital was held on Friday, Sept. 23, at St. Bernard Church in Sharon.


Ian Miller, left, in Norfolk, talked with Ivan Choopeek, top left on screen, and Evan Platt, who were on Zoom from Ukraine on Saturday, Sept. 24, at the Norfolk Hub. Photo by John Coston

Local MIT grads rethink the front line in Ukraine

NORFOLK — Two former graduate school roommates at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, who share Norfolk roots, have spent months working with a small international team to deliver medical aid and equipment to Ukraine, and now they are helping the Ukraine military modernize its Soviet-era battle tactics.

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