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SHARON — Several juveniles, whose ages range from 14 to 15 years old, and were described by police as white males, were arrested between June 9 and June 14 by Troop B in an alleged connection to a series of break-ins on Upper Main Street in Sharon between March 7 and March 18. The break-ins included the graffiti of what Troop B cited in its news release as  “racist symbols.”

The charges against the juveniles include criminal trespassing, larceny, reckless endangerment and intimidation due to bias.

Connecticut General Assembly lists intimidation due to...

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Sharon budget moves to May 11 vote

SHARON — About 50 Sharon residents turned out for the budget public hearing on Friday, April 27. No one expressed opposition to any specific budget area. 
Following the hearing, the Board of Finance met and voted to move the education and municipal spending plans forward to a town meeting vote, which will be held on Friday, May 11, at 7 p.m.
The selectmen’s  proposed municipal spending plan totals $4,602,767, an increase of $134,929 or 3 percent over this year’s budget of $4,467,838. 

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Rebuilding trust at Sharon Playhouse

SHARON – Several months ago the Sharon Playhouse board of directors hired a new management team. Alan M-L Wager and Robert Levinstein are theater pros who have worked in several capacities on Broadway, off-Broadway, at regional theaters and summer theaters, not to mention in television and films. 

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Paintings of history are ‘a treasure’

SHARON — Although he did not begin painting until he was in his 50s, Cornwall’s Charles Besozzi continued creating folk paintings in oil until his death in 1997 at the age of 92. The passion he felt for American history is continued by his granddaughter, Elysia Magazzi, who has set out to share his works with an ever-widening audience.
An exhibit of his work at Sharon Town Hall is titled, “The Heart and Soul American History Initiative.” It features 18 paintings and was curated by Town Hall Gallery Exhibit Co-ordinator Zelina Blagden.

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Sharon looks at superintendent’s role

SHARON — Town boards of education are being asked to weigh in on the job description for the superintendent of the six-town Region One School District. 
The Sharon board looked at a slightly revised description at their meeting on Monday, April 9.
“This is the first year that this has been done,” board Chair Doug Cahill commented. 

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A literary superhero visits SCS

SHARON — How does a writer about superheroes become a superhero himself? Students at Sharon Center School learned how when they met successful author Marc Tyler Nobleman on Thursday, March 29, and heard about how he researches to dig out facts that would otherwise remain hidden. And then he writes about them.

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Health Quest makes plans to expand into Connecticut

SHARON — Tri-state area residents now have additional hospitals and care providers to choose from as Health Quest continues to grow. 
The New York-based nonprofit purchased Sharon Hospital in 2017, adding the Connecticut facility to its existing group, which includes Other Health Quest hospitals include Vassar Brothers Medical Center in Poughkeepsie, Northern Dutchess Hospital in Rhinebeck and Putnam Hospital Center in Carmel, N.Y. 

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Egg scramble in Sharon

The question at the Sharon Day Care Center Easter egg hunt held Saturday, March 31, wasn’t so much where are the eggs but what’s in them.
 

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Combined Sharon budget rise under 3%

SHARON — The boards of education and selectmen presented their proposed budgets for the 2018-19 fiscal year, which begins July 1, to the Sharon Board of Finance on Tuesday, March 20.

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Ordinance changes approved

SHARON — At a sparsely attended town meeting on March 23, Sharon residents voted unanimously to approve updates to town ordinances and to accept the town’s 2017 financial report.
Tom Casey was elected moderator of the meeting, which had drawn four residents and the three selectmen. Repealed were ordinances governing hawkers and door-to-door peddlers and the appointment of constables.

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Open for the season

Spring announces its arrival in the Northwest Corner by several methods, including the opening of seasonal gardening and farm markets. Charlie Paley with Renée Wilcox, answered detailed questions from shoppers at his eponymous Sharon market, which opened for the season on Saturday afternoon, March 24.
 

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