Archive for: April, 2017

CHS baseball team edges Sharon for season’s first win

Junior Austin Maffie and the Bulldogs have won 2 of their last 3 games. (Mike Barucci photo)

Sophomore Paul Corcoran had his best pitching performance of the season and the CHS bats came alive as the Bulldogs hung on for their first win of the spring, 4-3 over Sharon last week. It was the young team’s best performance of the season, combining good starting pitching, timely hitting, and solid relief pitching. Leading […]

Dudley, Robert F.

Robert Francis Dudley, 64, of Canton, passed away at Norwood Hospital on April 22, 2017. Born in Lowell, he was raised in Chelmsford where he attended public school and graduated from Chelmsford High School in 1970. Bob was a member of the last graduating class of Lowell Technological Institute, now UMass Lowell, in 1974. He […]

Masciarelli, Evelyn A.

Evelyn A. “Meama” Masciarelli (Coan), of Canton, passed away April 19 at home surrounded by her loving family. Born and raised in Stoughton, she graduated from Stoughton High School and has lived in Canton for over 70 years. She was a devoted wife and mother and enjoyed reading, knitting, travel, and spending time with her […]

18|8 salon offers unique grooming experience for men

18|8 Fine Men's Salon owner David Floyd

David and Andrea Floyd have a large metal plaque on a wall in their business that tells of a discovery that Harry Brearly found in England in 1913. He discovered that adding 18 percent chromium and 8 percent nickel to steel eliminated the steel’s tendency to oxidize and rust, transforming it into a better looking […]

Man About Canton: Coach of the Year

Did you know … Canton High School girls hockey coach Dennis Aldrich was named by the Boston Globe as the Division 2 Coach of the Year. Aldrich led the Bulldogs to a 14-5-6 record and an appearance in the Division 2 state finals this past season. Dennis is a 1976 Canton High School graduate and […]

CHS girls lax earns home-and-home sweep

It took a few games to get into a rhythm after a challenging preseason, but the CHS girls lacrosse team appears to be rounding into form as they head into a difficult stretch against several strong league opponents. Since losing their first three games — all by double-digit margins — the lady Bulldogs have gone […]

Del Vecchio: Thank You Canton

Dear fellow Canton residents: Now that the dust has settled, I wanted to write and thank the community for its support and warm wishes recently and in the past. Losing is never easy, but I am comforted in knowing that we ran a positive campaign that emphasized the strength of our community. I remember vividly […]

Town buildings study identifies structural deficiencies

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Selectmen received the town buildings assessment report with a recommendation to spend an estimated $34 million over 10 years to bring all 20 buildings up to code and in good internal and external condition. Four structural deficiencies were noted by the architectural firm of Gorman Richardson Lewis, with the most serious identified at the former […]

Revere’s shining legacy

coppermill

The historic Revere rolling mill recently received a new copper roof with materials supplied by Revere Copper Products Inc. — a direct descendant of the original Revere & Sons Copper Co. that was founded in Canton in 1801. Plans are in the works to construct a heritage park on the site utilizing both the mill […]

Shawmut Road building evacuated due to gas leak

A commercial building at 65 Shawmut Road that houses several businesses was temporarily evacuated following a rooftop gas leak last Wednesday, April 19. Fire Lt. Greg Woodbury said firefighters found a displaced HVAC unit and shut off the gas until the gas company arrived to make repairs. Firefighters responded at 12:41 p.m. and left the […]

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