Sharon Week in Review: Restaurant News, Gov. Patrick Chats with Patch
A look back at the week in Sharon news.
With the presidential election less than two months away, politics seem to be the main topic of conversation.
There were three polls taken showing Elizabeth Warren ahead of Senator Scott Brown recently, but not by much. Moreover, local Democrats recently said that Warren should focus on Brown as a Republican in order to win, while local Republicans said that Brown should focus on the economy. Brown and Warren will debate next on Monday, Oct. 1 in Lowell.
A crowd pleasing event was the grand opening celebration for "Orange Leaf" at the Village Shoppes in Cobbs Corner on the Sharon/Canton line. Hundreds of people waited in line for their free samples of yogurt, whose flavors change with the season.
Also this week, the Sharon DPW issued an update on the Massapoag Avenue paving work. Oliver Ames girls' soccer tied with Sharon, and a Heights Elementary teacher was granted with the Lee Flaxer award.
Food recalls continued throughout the state this week, as a salmonella alert forced health officials to recall more nut spreads; a recall of Fresh Express hearts of romaine salad was also issued.
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