Archive for: January 5th, 2018

Town revises ’18 ballot after school board resignation

Early voting in Canton begins October 24.

Another elected office will be up for grabs in the upcoming April town election following the surprise resignation of veteran School Committee member John Bonnanzio last week. Bonnanzio, who has served the board for a total of 12 years across two separate stints, tendered his resignation in a letter to the town clerk’s office dated […]

Year in Review Excerpt: A Look Back at 2017

Supporters hold political signs during the April 2017 town election. (Michelle Stark photo)

The following is an excerpt from the Canton Citizen’s 2017 year in review. Check out this week’s paper for a look back at some of the other top stories of 2017, including corruption scandals with Canton ties, CAASA’s substance abuse prevention efforts, and much more. Voters opt for fresh faces in memorable town election After a […]

Police investigating New Year’s Eve home invasion

Canton police are seeking the public’s help in identifying three possible suspects in a reported home invasion with shots fired that occurred on New Year’s Eve shortly before midnight. The incident took place at a townhouse on Bay Drive. Police initially responded to a call for shots fired at the Avalon apartments on Randolph Street, […]

CFD issues cold weather alert, offers safety tips

The Canton Fire Department and Fire Chief Charles Doody, who also serves as the town’s emergency management director, issued the following alert to residents in light of the dangerously low temperatures forecasted for this week and beyond: “CFD is urging residents to take precautions during this period of extreme cold weather. Stay indoors if you […]

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