Archive for: August 4th, 2017

Earl Newhouse Waterfront Community Day a big success

L-R: Parks & Rec. Deputy Director Nick Pirelli, Selectman Tom Theodore, and Playground & Recreation Commission Chairman John McCourt

It was a day of hard work and camaraderie as residents and town officials gathered at the Earl Newhouse Waterfront on Saturday for the inaugural Earl Newhouse Waterfront Community Day. Organized by Selectman Tom Theodore and the Earl Newhouse Waterfront Task Force, the event was deemed an “incredible success” by the Canton Parks & Recreation […]

Reed, Malcolm A.

Malcolm A. Reed passed away from a heart attack on July 29, 2017. He was the middle son of Clarence and Ruth Reed of Whitman and the brother of Robert and Wesley Reed. Malcolm and his wife, Patricia, lived in Canton for 61 years where they raised their two children, David and Donna. A graduate […]

Whelan, Patrick J.

Patrick J. Whelan, 90, of Canton died peacefully July 28, 2017. Patrick was originally from Newfoundland, but raised his family in Canton. He was a retired electrician and a proud member of IBEW Local #103 for over 64 years. He was a member of the Canton Senior Men’s Club where he enjoyed bowling, a longtime […]

Denneno, Carmela N.

Carmela N. (Nuovo) Denneno, 86, a longtime resident of Stoughton, died peacefully at Milton Hospital on Friday, July 28, 2017, surrounded by her loving family. She was the wife of the late Frank D. Denneno. Daughter of the late Joseph Nuovo and Mary B. (Patterson) McVey, she was born in Boston and raised in Dorchester. […]

Connolly, Edmund L.

Edmund L. “Ned” Connolly, 72, of Sharon, passed away July 26 at home surrounded by his loving family. Born in Brockton, he was raised in Canton and attended BC High, Boston College, and Northeastern University. Ned enjoyed a long career in the electronics industry. Starting at Texas Instruments TI supply division while still a college […]

Man About Canton: Atty. John Dowd

Did you know … Attorney John Dowd was a former Canton High School classmate of MAC’s. Many of you may not know his name but may member him for what he did in 1989 and what he will be doing in the coming months. Here’s a little background on the former Cantonite. John was a […]

Family of Chief Fitzpatrick grateful for love and support

Dear Editor: On behalf of the Fitzpatrick, Benson and Brown families, we want to thank the entire Canton community for the outpouring of love and support. Your kind words and the many stories you have shared with us are something we will treasure in the days to come. Our Dad was a remarkable man, a […]

Tom Martin, hockey legend, business owner, dies at 79

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Tom “Red” Martin, a former U.S. Olympian and New England ice hockey legend who went on to excel both in the business world and in the game of life, passed away on Thursday, July 27, at the age of 79. A longtime resident of Canton, Martin is perhaps best known locally as the founder and […]

Around the Park: Summer Camp Highlights

Francesca C. holds a snake from Creature Teachers in the Blast-Off program. (Photo courtesy of Canton Parks & Rec)

Below is the latest installment of “Around the Park,” a weekly recap of summer camp offerings submitted by the Canton Parks & Recreation Department. On Wednesday, August 9, don’t miss our weekly summer concert featuring The Infractions!

Canton connections abound at newly opened Eustis Estate

The Eustis Estate in Milton is now open to the public for tours. (Rick Haddad photo)

Since opening to the public in May, the historic Eustis Estate in Milton has received a lot of attention. Amanda Crabb, museum shop sales clerk said, “People are excited about it. They have been driving past it for years.” The new Blue Hills area destination has also been the focus of media stories, including by […]

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