Archive for: January 6th, 2018

Canton girls take title, boys 3rd at Ice House Invitational

Junior Maggie Malloy scores the game-winning goal vs. Milton (Mike Barucci photo)

The Canton Ice House was buzzing with activity in the final week of 2017 as both CHS varsity hockey teams served as hosts for the inaugural Ice House Invitational. On the girls’ side, the lady Bulldogs remained unbeaten on the season and finished as the tournament champions with a thrilling, 3-2 overtime win over Milton. […]

Romanelli, Emily E.

Emily E. Romanelli (Cappuccino), 94, of Walpole, formerly of Canton, passed away December 30 at Norwood Hospital. Born and raised in Norwood, she graduated from Norwood High School and previously lived in Canton before moving to Walpole in 2005. She was a devoted wife and homemaker and enjoyed cooking and gardening … Order a digital subscription to […]

Lethin, Elizabeth A.

Elizabeth A. “Betty” Lethin, 82, of Canton, died peacefully December 28, 2017. Betty served as the school nurse for St. John’s School in Canton for a number of years before assuming the position of public health nurse for the town of Canton from 1982 until her retirement in 1999. Betty had a strong passion for […]

Balsamo, Salvatore A.

Salvatore A. Balsamo, of Marco Island, FL, formerly of Canton, Dover and Dorchester, passed away December 28 surrounded by his loving family. Born and raised in Dorchester, he attended Boston Technical High School and was a veteran of the United States Army. He was proud of his Italian heritage and learned many lessons from his […]

Thompson, Evelyn E.

Evelyn E. Thompson, 91, of Canton, died peacefully in her home on Christmas Eve. Evelyn was the wife of the late Michael J. Thompson Jr., who asked her to marry him on Christmas Eve just 70 years earlier. Evelyn was born in Norwood in 1926, graduated from Norwood High School, and met her husband in […]

Norwood Hospital thanks police officers

Dear Editor: January 9 is National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. Each day, police officers in our community put on a badge and go to work knowing they may face dangerous situations in their quest to keep our residents safe. On average, between 105 and 203 officers die, 50,000 officers are assaulted, and 14,000 officers are […]

Smart About Money: Saddest Kind of Fraud

At a recent banking conference, a banker from the north shore told me about a particularly unfortunate situation she had run into. A young man came into her bank to cash a check. He did not have an account at that bank, but the check was from an account holder. Apparently, everything about this young […]

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