Archive for: January, 2018

Brenner, Benjamin A.

Benjamin Brenner, “It’s Ben; don’t call me Benjamin!” of Canton, formerly of Boston’s West End, passed away on Sunday, January 28, 2018, at the age of 89. Son of the late Julius and Anna (Wyzanski) Brenner; brother of the late George, Solomon and Sidney; husband of 59 years to Adelle (Koretsky) Brenner; father of Gary, […]

Canton Democrats to hold annual caucus

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Registered Democrats in Canton will hold a caucus on Saturday, February 10, at 2 p.m. at the Canton Public Library to elect delegates and alternates to the 2018 Massachusetts Democratic State Convention. This year’s state convention will be held June 1-2 at the DCU Center in Worchester, where thousands of Democrats from across the state […]

Agent’s Corner: A Time to Speak up

We are often told it is wiser to hold our tongue than speak our mind. Silence is golden. We are expected to be polite and considerate, thoughtful of the effect our words will have, and to err on the side of caution. Sometimes, our thoughts are better kept to ourselves. Right now does not feel […]

Surging boys hoop team moves atop Davenport

Senior captain Tony Harris (Mike Barucci photo)

The CHS boys basketball team passed a big test last week, playing superbly down the stretch to beat an equally tough Foxboro squad at home 61-48 in a battle for Davenport Division supremacy. The Bulldogs then traveled to Stoughton on Friday night and beat the rival Black Knights 66-40. Now 9-1, Canton is currently a […]

Carnes, William M.

William M. Carnes (Ret. Col., United States Army), of Canton, passed away January 23. Born in Boston, he was raised in Charlestown and graduated from Malden Catholic High School. Bill went on to earn a bachelor’s and master’s degree from Boston College Carroll School of Management. After graduating from the ROTC program at Boston College, […]

Scannell, Jean A.

Jean A. (Mills) Scannell, 85, of Hingham, formerly of Weymouth and Canton, passed away peacefully surrounded by loved ones to join her husband, Bill, on January 22, 2018. Jean is survived by her children: Claire Nolan and her husband, Dave, of Weymouth, Lisa Scannell and her husband, Dave Carlon, of Hull, Judy Parker and the […]

Pugliese, William A.

William A. Pugliese of Canton passed away January 20 at Good Samaritan Medical Center in Brockton. Born and raised in Roxbury, he graduated from Dorchester High School. He has lived in Canton for the last 42 years and previously lived in Hyde Park and Roslindale. He worked as a heavy equipment operator for DeRosa Curbsetting […]

Kimball, Kenneth A.

Kenneth A. Kimball, 75, of The Villages, Florida, formerly of Mashpee and Canton, died peacefully January 20, 2018. Kenneth worked as a former vice president of manufacturing. He was an avid golfer and Red Sox fan. He was also passionate about woodworking and enjoyed making clocks and small furniture. Devoted husband of Pauline R. Kimball […]

Jackson, Carl M.

Carl M. Jackson, 87, of Canton, passed away January 19 at the Hellenic Nursing Home in Canton. Born and raised in Providence, RI, he graduated from Central High School in Providence, the University of Rhode Island, and was a veteran of the United States Marine Corps. He was an electrical engineer and worked for Sprague […]

McDonough, William C.

William C. McDonough, 68, of Canton, formerly of Roslindale and Dorchester, died peacefully on January 18, 2018. Beloved husband of 45 years to Jean C. McDonough (Fachy). Devoted brother of Ann Lawrence of East Boston, the late Grace McDonough, Robert McDonough, Richard McDonough, Louise Michlich, Thomas McDonough, and Marie McDonough. Loving brother-in-law of Janet Morrison […]

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