Archive for: February 1st, 2018

Thornton, Gail A.

Gail A. Thornton, of Westwood, formerly of Canton, passed away January 27. Born in Boston, she was raised in Canton and graduated from Canton High, Class of 1973. She was an avid writer and a published poet and wrote a memoir of her life. She also enjoyed making jewelry and was a talented musician who […]

Merchant, Bernadette A.

Bernadette A. (Ruane) Merchant, of Canton, passed away peacefully in her 100th year on January 29 surrounded by her loving family. Beloved wife of the late Leonard G. Mother of Dr. L. Paul Merchant and his wife, Madeline, of Scituate, Michael D. Merchant and his wife, Lua, of Tustin, CA, John E. Merchant and his […]

Greeley, Mary V.

Mary V. Greeley (Stronjy), of Canton, passed away January 27 surrounded by her loving family. Born and raised in Taunton, she graduated from Taunton High School. She previously lived in Hyde Park and has lived in Canton for the last 40 years. She worked for the Boston Public Schools as a quality control manager in […]

Cotter, Margaret M.

Margaret M. “Peg” Cotter (Brosnahan), 94, passed away peacefully at her home surrounded by her family on January 26, 2018. Born and raised in Dorchester, she attended Girls High School. Married in 1948 to her late husband, Jim, they lived in Hyde Park for a short while before moving to Canton in 1955. She worked […]

Proposed detox facility pressing on with appeal

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The company behind a proposed 48-bed substance abuse detoxification center at the former Bay State School of Technology property on Turnpike Street has filed a formal appeal of a recent building commissioner’s ruling and is moving forward with plans to open the facility, according to Canton zoning attorney Paul Schneiders. “Yes, we are moving forward […]

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