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Bank of Canton funds new signs at senior housing facilities

Canton Housing Authority Executive Director Mark Roy (left) stands with Bank of Canton President and CEO Stephen P. Costello and CHA Board Chairman John McSweeney (right) next to one of the new signs.

The town of Canton’s senior living facilities recently received new exterior signs, paid for by a $6,500 donation from Bank of Canton. The Canton Housing Authority installed the new signs earlier this month at Newell Hagan Court, Julius Rubin Court, and Hemenway School Apartments. “We’re extremely pleased with the new signs,” said Mark Roy, executive […]

Kelliher, Julie E.

Julie E. Kelliher, 83, of Sharon, formerly of Canton, passed away August 14 at the Maples Rehabilitation & Nursing Center in Wrentham. Born in Brighton, she attended Norwood Public Schools and graduated from Norwood High School. Julie and her husband, Cornelius, lived in Canton for 63 years where they raised their four children. Mrs. Kelliher […]

Lynch, Rita P.

Rita Patricia Lynch, of Manchester, NH, formerly of Canton, passed away August 13, 2016. Beloved daughter of the late Joseph M. and Margaret J. (Carr) Lynch. Devoted sister of Susan Murphy and her husband, Kevin, of New Mexico, Debra Minkwitz and her husband, Richard, of Canton, and the late Joseph, Donald, Richard and John Lynch. […]

Sullivan, Timothy L.

Timothy L. Sullivan, 74, of Canton, passed away on August 12 at Tufts Medical Center in Boston after a long illness, surrounded by his loving family. Born and raised in Boston, he graduated from St. Mary’s High School in Brookline. After high school he enlisted in the Navy, serving on the Sea Robin SS 107. […]

McDonnell, Sophia T.

Sophia T. McDonnell (“Sophie”), 94, died quite suddenly on Thursday, August 11, 2016, as a result of a fall that knocked her unconscious and from which she never recovered. Sophie, a lifelong resident of Canton, had recently moved into an assisted living community in Brewster to be close to her brother, Robert McDonnell, and extended […]

Belisle, Marie B.

Marie B. Belisle (Hebert), 94, of Canton, passed away August 11 at the Hellenic Nursing Home in Canton. Born in Ville St. Laurent, Canada, she was raised in Canada and previously lived in Fitchburg for 50 years before moving to Canton in 1996. She enjoyed spending time at the Canton Senior Center playing bingo and […]

Pipeline expansion project a horrible idea

Editor’s note: The letter below references a decision made by the Board of Selectmen at its August 9 meeting. A recap of the meeting appears in the August 11 edition of the Canton Citizen. Dear Editor: My sister tells me that since fracking has been rampant in Oklahoma, they have had more earthquakes than ever […]

Speed limits should be lowered everywhere

Editor’s note: An examination of motor vehicle speeding and enforcement in Canton, including results from a recent online poll, appeared in the August 11 edition of the Canton Citizen. Dear Editor: Boston has begun lowering speed limits all over the city due to the new bill that passed the legislature making it easier for towns […]

Summer Sounds

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The Leafmen, a classic rock band from Boston, performed in front of the Rodman building on Wednesday evening, August 3, as part of the free summer concert series sponsored by Canton Parks and Recreation. The series wrapped up last week with a performance by the Infractions. See this week’s Canton Citizen for more summer concert […]

Norfolk County Retirement – RFP

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR THE LEASE OF ADMINISTRATION OFFICE SPACE FOR NORFOLK COUNTY RETIREMENT SYSTEM For the period of: September 1, 2016 to August 31, 2021, for a term of five (5) years PUBLIC RELEASE:   August 15, 2016 at 9:00 A.M. Local Time PROPOSALS DUE: August 29, 2016 at 1:00 P.M. Local Time NO LATE […]

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