Archive for: November 3rd, 2017

Bodine, Barbara M.

Barbara May Bodine (Brown), 95, passed away peacefully October 30, 2017. Barbara was raised in Dedham and graduated from Dedham High School. She previously lived in Canton, Falmouth and Marshfield before moving to the Copley in Stoughton two years ago. For Barbara, her family was the most important thing in her life and she loved […]

Barrera, Eileen M.

Eileen M. Barrera (O’Connor), 86, of Canton, passed away October 28 at home surrounded by her loving family. Born and raised in Dorchester, she graduated from St. Peter and Paul High School in South Boston and St. Margaret’s School of Nursing. After graduating from nursing school, she worked as a floor nurse at the Carney […]

CHS students grateful for fundraiser support

Dear Editor: The students at Canton High School would like to thank the generosity of the Canton community for their recent support with the annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk in Boston. Over 200 CHS students, all clad in pink, got on five buses at 7:30 a.m. on October 1 and made the trip […]

Commentary: Digging deeper into crime statistics

By Police Chief Ken Berkowitz After reading MAC’s quick blurb in last week’s paper regarding the results of the FBI’s 2016 Uniform Crime Report, and in an effort to help MAC and the readers understand why, on its own, it is not a true metric to measure crime in our community, I felt compelled to […]

Canton’s First Parish celebrates 300-year milestone

Rep. Bill Galvin and Senator Walter Timilty present a state resolution to Rev. Roger Peltier as 'Paul Revere' looks on. (Jay Turner photo)

History came alive at Canton’s oldest church on Saturday as First Parish Unitarian-Universalist marked its 300th anniversary with a town-wide celebration on the parish green. Held on a picture-perfect day under bright blue skies, the event featured a “living timeline” exhibit, narrated tours, games and activities for children, a live outdoor concert, and presentations from […]

School officials encouraged by Next-Gen MCAS results


The first results of the newly updated MCAS tests from last spring were released to the School Committee by School Superintendent Dr. Jennifer Fischer-Mueller and her administrative staff on Thursday night, October 26. While the state Department of Education said the 2017 MCAS test is not comparable to the 2016 test, there were still some […]

Rejuvenated Comm. Club aims to be a go-to resource

The Community Club of Canton was founded in 1912 with the mission to unite all women of Canton in fellowship and service to the end that the highest interest of the town may be served. One of the earliest projects that the original members engaged in was to bring a hot lunch to the town’s […]

A Look Inside: Canton Citizen’s November 2 edition

Check out this week’s issue of the Canton Citizen for the latest in Canton news, sports, events, and more. Highlights from the November 2 edition include: * Photo coverage of the town’s annual Halloween Parade and Canton Fall Classic road race * First Parish UU celebrates 300th anniversary * Canton Problem Solvers confront the opioid crisis and winter safety * […]

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