Archive for: November 11th, 2017

Galvin Middle School welcomes former SB champ

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Former New England Patriots defensive end Rob Ninkovich paid a visit to the Galvin Middle School last week to meet with and speak to the GMS football players and cheerleaders. A two-time Super Bowl champion, Ninkovich announced his retirement in July after 11 seasons in the NFL, including the last eight with the Patriots.

Canton-based Phoenix Electric honored as ‘Manufacturer of the Year’

State Rep. Jeff Roy (D-Franklin), Steve Simo and Meredith Cook of Phoenix Electric, and State Rep. Bill Galvin (D-Canton)

Phoenix Electric Corporation of Canton recently received a Manufacturer of the Year award at a State House ceremony. The company was nominated by State Representative Bill Galvin (D-Canton). Phoenix manufactures custom switchgear products for power transmission and distribution companies. They employ over 80 people in Canton, where they design and manufacture products that are used […]

Canton’s Goyetch competes in D2 state golf finals

CHS senior golfer Jack Goyetch wrapped up a stellar four-year golf career last week with a solid showing at the Division 2 state finals at Highfields Golf & Country Club in Grafton. The only CHS golfer to qualify for the event, Goyetch shot an 88 over 18 holes to finish 39th overall out of 51 […]

Man About Canton: Dedham St. Work

Did you know … The state is in the process of replacing the three bridges on Dedham Street, one over I-95, one over the railroad tracks, and one over the Neponset River. The state also plans to expand that section of Dedham Street to five travel lanes. This is part of the $44.2 million project that […]

Smart About Money: Data Breaches

These big data breaches — like the recent Equifax hack — are very frustrating. Especially when they happen to huge companies that you’d think would have multiple layers of systems in place to protect themselves and their customers’ information. And why did it have to be one of the credit reporting agencies that got hit, […]

Trykowski, Cecelia B.

Cecelia B. Trykowski “Cece” (Cieszynski), 89, of Canton, passed away November 3. Born in Southfield, CT, she was raised in Windsor Locks, CT, and graduated from Windsor Locks High School. She previously lived in Glastonbury, CT, before moving to Canton in 1961. She was a devoted wife, mother, and homemaker and previously worked as an […]

Colbert, Ethel M.

Ethel M. Colbert (Sullivan), 90, of Walpole, formerly of Canton, passed away November 2 at home. Born and raised in Boston, she graduated from Jeremiah Burke High School. She worked as a clerk for the Federal Reserve Bank in Boston and was a member of the bank’s retiree committee. She enjoyed spending time with her […]

Dowling, Joan G.

Joan G. (Burke) Dowling, of Milton, formerly of Canton, Tenant’s Harbor, Maine, and Greenland, New Hampshire, passed away November 1 at her home surrounded by her loving family. Born in Brooklyn, NY, she was raised and educated in Hampton, New Hampshire, and was a veteran of the United States Army. She and her husband, Harry, […]

Hirsch, Bruno J.

Bruno John Hirsch, 82, a resident of Canton, died Thursday, October 26, 2017, at CuraHealth Hospital in Stoughton. Bruno was born February 28, 1935, in Ranka, Latvia, the only son of Janis and Marta (Kamene) Hirss. He had two older sisters, Ilga Rudzroga and Gaida Rudzitis. His early days were spent attending school and helping with chores […]

Decision looming on fate of Canton zipline park

A contentious legal battle over the future of TreeTop Adventures — Canton’s popular new outdoor zipline park located on property owned by the Irish Cultural Centre — could be decided as soon as the middle of next month after the town’s zoning board heard arguments from both sides of the issue at an appeal hearing […]

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