Archive for: January 8th, 2016

Burke, Ann T.

Ann T. Burke (Johnson), 73, of Canton, died peacefully at home January 3, 2016, surrounded by her family. Ann was a former Sister of Notre Dame. She previously worked as a bookkeeper of medical records and as a parochial school teacher serving various parishes. Ann was involved with “Care and Share” at St. Gerard Majella […]

Sheeran, Robert E.

Robert E. Sheeran, 86, a longtime resident of West Hartford, CT, died peacefully at his home in Stoughton on Saturday, January 2, 2016. He was the husband of 53 years of Mary (Barnes) Sheeran. Born and raised in Woodlawn, New York, he was educated in New York City and was a graduate of New York University. He […]

Marathas, James

James Marathas, 31, passed away unexpectedly on January 2. James lived most of his early life in Canton, attending Canton schools. Over the past 10 years he lived in Brockton. He had been working with his dad as an accounting clerk at Overlook VNA in Hingham for the last several years. James enjoyed watching sports […]

Gaynor, Michael M.

Michael M. Gaynor, 78, of Canton, died Wednesday, December 16, 2015, following a long illness. Michael was born in Randolph, graduated from Randolph High School, and was a U.S. Navy veteran. He worked for the U.S. Postal Service as a letter carrier in Randolph for 41 years and for Apollo International at Computershare in Canton […]

CHS boys hoop crushes Avon for season’s 1st win

Senior captain Ben O'Neill (Mike Barucci photo)

The Canton High boys basketball team had its highest offensive output in two years as the Bulldogs beat Avon 74-33 last week for their first win of the season. Senior forward-center Griffin Jerrier was dominant in this game as he recorded his first double-double of the season with 16 points and 11 rebounds. Sophomore Tony […]

Bank of Canton announces drawing contest winners

Gina Zollo, 7, with Paul McNiff, manager of the Washington Street branch, and Santa and Mrs. Claus, who proudly display Zollo’s winning picture

Bank of Canton announced the 15 winners of its December drawing contest, which challenged young artists to depict how they celebrate the winter season. Among the winners were Canton residents Veronica Bell, Brian O’Toole, Noelle Warburton, and Gina Zollo. The bank awarded a total of 15 $100 bills to children across the south shore and Brookline, […]

Canton-based ENE Systems expands into NH

Canton-based building automation firm ENE Systems announces the acquisition of Pro Controls, a Bow, New Hampshire-based facilities and energy management control system contractor. Headquartered on Neponset Street, ENE Systems is the largest independent control contractor in New England. With this acquisition, ENE Systems launches the newly formed ENE Systems of New Hampshire, a company focused […]

Girls track edges Milford for 1st win; boys fall to 0-3

The CHS girls track team needed every point to defeat Milford for its first win of the season in a January 2 league meet at the Reggie Lewis Track Center in Boston. “Every point mattered on the girls side and it was a true team effort,” head coach Anna Amico said of the 57-43 victory. […]

Margin Notes: Applying in the New Year

As a season of holidays and, for many students, applications, winter break indulges our desire to review. We review the world through top news stories, photographs, books, movies, and say another prayer before time pushes tragedies into the archives. We review ourselves, reprimanding our failings, remembering our successes, and attempting to move on, the calendar’s […]

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