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Photo by Libby Hall-Abeel

Sharon Fire fundraiser

Fire Chief Eric Golden of the Sharon Fire Department, left, and Bobby Carberry, assistant chief, shown with a drawing of a tanker  truck slated to replace the department’s 32-year-old tanker. The occasion was a fundraiser for the Sharon Fire Department & Ambulance Squad  held Saturday, Sept.


Cornwall Consolidated School teachers who received gift bags of school supplies are, Front row: from left, Joe Markow, Danielle Krueger, Kirsten Gray. Back row: from left, Helena Sweet, Karen Lindstrom, Laura Munson, Will Vincent, Cathy Binkowski. Photo submitted

School supply gift bags go to teachers in Region One

SHARON— Demonstrating community spirit, two local residents distributed gift bags filled with essential school supplies to teachers throughout the Region One School District, anticipating the beginning of a new school year.


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.


Christ Church of Sharon celebrated a lifetime of church and community service on Saturday, Sept. 10, holding an Evening Prayer service for Francoise Kelz on the occasion of her 100th birthday.  A reception in her honor followed, complete with cake and speeches. Photo by Leila Hawken

Turning 100 brings praise, appreciation, and a party

SHARON — When a beloved parishioner, retired teacher  and community leader reaches the venerable age of 100 years, much of that time in service to her church and community, it calls for celebration.


Michael Kevin Baldwin, left, leads the cast of Sharon Playhouse’s ribald murder mystery, “Shear Madness,” as the stereotyped gay hairdresser, with Will Nash Broyles, right, as a reluctant customer, reading The Lakeville Journal. Photo by  Marlena Aakjar

Taking ‘Shear Madness’ over the top at the Playhouse

SHARON — On the opening night of Sharon Playhouse’s production of “Shear Madness,” the show started before everyone had even taken their seats.

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