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Françoise Rubinsztein Friedlaender

SHARON — Françoise Rubinsztein Friedlaender, an early woman pioneer in business and science, died suddenly on October 10, 2022 in Sharon Hospital. She was 76 years old. Throughout her life, and against considerable adversity, she identified her own path to independence and fulfillment, with remarkable rationality and calmness.


Jerry Milner, a state forester, inspects a newly planted witch hazel shrub at Housatonic Meadows State Park on Tuesday, Oct. 18. Photo by John Coston

Housatonic Meadows: Restoration marches to fall schedule

SHARON — State workers arrived with heavy equipment at Housatonic Meadows State Park on Tuesday, Oct. 18, to plant trees and prepare the park for restoration.

The same environmentalists who last winter fought the state’s broad-scale tree-cutting were on the scene, lending a hand and collaborating on the renewal work.


U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) spoke at the Save Sharon Hospital rally in Sharon on Sunday, Oct. 16. Photo by Patrick L. Sullivan

Sharon Hospital: Rally draws hundreds as hearing postponed

SHARON — A crowd of more than 300 people, including U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.), came to the Sharon town Green Sunday afternoon, Oct. 16, to protest the plan to close Sharon Hospital’s labor and delivery unit and reconfigure the intensive care unit.


Dr. Ron Santos, right, director of Sharon Hospital’s Emergency Department, reviews a patient chart with medical staff. Photo by Debra A. Aleksinas

Sharon Hospital: A rural hospital’s routine

Editor’s note: Sharon Hospital’s plans to eliminate Labor and Delivery and substitute its Intensive Care Unit with a Progressive Care Unit have captured headlines for months. This story takes an overall look at the hospital’s services.

 


Climate change and carbon capture were the focus of a panel discussion hosted by the Sharon Audubon Center on Sunday, Sept. 25 at LionRock Farm in Sharon. Eileen Fielding of Sharon Audubon kicked off the discussion. Photo by Leila Hawken

Audubon hosts its first carbon capture panel

SHARON — Although the rate of progression is imperceptibly gradual, climate change spurred on by carbon in the atmosphere is relentless, a force that needs to be resisted.

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