Channel 12 is now Channel 6

Our Sports Channel 12 has moved to Channel 6 on the Xfinity cable lineup.  Channels 8 and 22 will remain the same.

Here is a full list of changes to the lineup, which take effect on Tuesday, August 29th.

Local Programming 12/1090 to 6/1070, Local Programming 98/1071 to 9/1075, Local Programming 1084 to 1076, and Local Programming 1070 to 1071; WLVI (CW) 11 to 12; WNEU (Telemundo) 96 to 19; WSBE (PBS) 9 to 11; WWDP (IND) 81 to 24; QVC 82 to 25; NECN 6 to 48; Jewelry TV 48 to 57; Leased Access 283 to 190

DVD Archives

We are in the process of purging old sports games and would like to offer the original DVDs to anyone who may be interested.  If you are interested, please call (781) 784-8888 or email  We have games from the following years:


Football – 2017, 2018, 2019

Girls Soccer – 2018, 2019

Boys Soccer – 2018, 2019

Field Hockey – 2017, 2018, 2019

Volleyball – 2018, 2019

Swimming – 2015/16, 2016/17, 2017/18

Gymnastics – 2015/16, 2016/17, 2017/18

Girls Basketball – 2017/18, 2018/19, 2019/20

Boys Basketball – 2018/19, 2019/20

Girls Lacrosse – 2018, 2019

Softball – 2018, 2019

Baseball – 2012, 2013, 2014, 2019

Update on Maskwonicut Street Bridge project

The following was provided by the Town of Sharon:

The original completion date for the Maskwonicut Street Bridge project was August of 2024.

Based upon the most recent information, the contractor is projecting that the earliest the bridge will be open to traffic is now June of 2026.

The site contractor began tree clearing in December of 2021 but cannot complete the work until the utility companies move their wires and utility poles. The pole relocations require permits from both Amtrak and the MBTA to allow work near the tracks. The utilities have been working on obtaining these permits.

The contractor was also required to obtain materials for Amtrak to temporarily move their wires off the existing bridge abutments, which the contractor has done. During a recent meeting to discuss the work, Amtrak notified the contractor and MassDOT that due to staffing issues, they will not be able to do this work until later than originally discussed.

Amtrak has proposed an alternative method to move the wires off the bridge, which is being reviewed by MassDOT.

As a result, except for some ancillary work away from the tracks, the project has been on hold for nearly two years.

Questions about the project can be sent to Town Engineer Peter O’Cain at

West Nile virus Alert

The following was provided by the Town of Sharon:

The following cities and towns had WNV (West Nile virus) positive mosquito sample(s): Easton and Quincy

Recommended public health measures include raising awareness among residents, reminding residents to use mosquito repellents with an EPA-registered active ingredient and observing peak mosquito activity at dusk and dawn.

MDPH will continue enhanced surveillance activities in this region.

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E-Bikes Available for Use

E-bikes are now available at the Community Center and the Train Station for public use.  Click here for more information on the town website.

Cooling Centers Open

The following was originally posted on the Town of Sharon’s website:

Today is day 1 of a heat advisory that will run through Saturday, July 29 at 8 p.m.Temperatures are expected in the 90s. High humidity could push the potential heat index into the low 100s. Residents should drink plenty of fluids, stay in air-conditioned rooms, stay out of the sun and check up on relatives and neighbors!

The Town of Sharon is providing cooling centers at the Council on Aging (Thursday until 6 p.m., Friday 8 a.m.- 12:30 p.m. but is closed Saturday), Sharon Public Library (Thursday until 8 p.m., Friday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m.- 5 p.m.) and the Community Room at the Public Safety building from 8 a.m.- 8 p.m.

Closing of Lake Massapoag’s South Cove, July 26th

Lake Massapoag’s South Cove will be closed to boating, paddling and swimming on Wednesday, July 26th starting at 2:30 pm for a low-dose alum treatment.

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Broadcast Issues

We are currently experiencing some technical issues with our video server.  Programs may not be available to watch on channels 8, 12 and 22, but all programs are available to watch online.  We are working as quickly as possible to resolve this issue.

Thank you for understanding.

New Programs Airing on Sharon TV

There are lots of new programs airing this summer on Sharon TV.

Pharmacist Eddie Martucci recently gave a presentation at the Adult Center called “Sunshine of Your Meds,” where he discussed how the sun affects your medication and you.

Also at the Adult Center, Anthony Sammarco gave a talk titled “Mattapan Through Time,” where he talked about all the changes in Mattapan over the years.

On July 9th at the Sharon Historical Society, many community groups sponsored “Reading Frederick Douglass Together.” Members of the community took turns reading parts of Douglass’ 4th of July speech followed by a panel discussion.

Lakeside concerts are happening every Wednesday night at 7:00 PM and will air on channel 8 the following day.

In addition to the events around town, there have been many new shows filmed in the studio with new episodes of Service Above Self, The Law, Your Money & You!, The Declutterista with Becky Bast, and Unedited with Dr. Matt Finkelstein.

All of the above programs can be watched on channel 8 and online.  All Government Meetings can be watched on channel 22 and also online.


Medication Disposal Kiosk

There is now a Medication Disposal Kiosk located outside the the Health Department office on the second floor of Town Hall.  Click here for more information.