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Blue Hills Trailside Museum feeling effects of budget cuts


In response to cuts in the Massachusetts state budget by Governor Charlie Baker, Mass Audubon has found it necessary to reduce services and personnel at the Blue Hills Trailside Museum in Milton. Effective the weekend of February 18-19, free education programs will no longer be offered and the restroom in the north parking lot will […]

Kennedy, Annabelle Rose

Annabelle Rose Kennedy, of Norwood, passed away peacefully February 10 in the arms of her parents, Kristen and Seamus Kennedy, at 12 weeks old surrounded by her big sister, Hannah Kennedy. Cherished granddaughter of Brian and Kathleen Conroy of Canton and Padraig and Una Kennedy of Kilcoole, Ireland. Great-granddaughter of Teresa Conroy of Norwood. Niece […]

Crean, Teresa M.

Teresa M. Crean (Duguay), 66, of Canton, passed away suddenly at home February 8. Born in Brockton, she was raised in Canton, graduated from Canton High School, and was a lifelong resident of the town. She worked as an international sales coordinator for Analog Devices in Dedham for over 30 years. Terry loved to dance, […]

Ring, Jessie L.

Jessie L. Ring of Canton passed away on February 3, 2017. Born in New Haven, CT, she graduated from Lesley University in Cambridge before returning to Connecticut to embark on a rich and fulfilling teaching career. She and her husband relocated to Massachusetts in 1972, raising four children in Canton and serving as a strong […]

Redmont, Bernard S.

Bernard S. Redmont passed away January 23, 2017, at the Orchard Cove retirement community in Canton at the age of 98. He was preceded in death last August by his beloved wife of 76 years, Joan Redmont. A journalist, foreign correspondent, and educator, he was a man of impeccable professionalism, deep integrity, and gentle demeanor. […]

Letters reveal hypocrisy of Trump critics

Dear Editor: While reading the responses in last week’s edition I couldn’t help but notice the use of the word ‘disgust’ in describing the character and policies of our new president. To be honest, I didn’t vote for President Trump (voted for Pat Tillman), but I couldn’t help wondering if the authors of these letters […]

A Look Inside: Canton Citizen’s February 16 edition

Check out this week’s issue of the Canton Citizen for the latest in Canton news, sports, events, and more. Highlights from the February 16 issue include: * Photos from the annual St. John’s Father-Daughter/Someone Special Dance * Tom Gunning memorial wall project gets big assist from Patriots coach * St. John’s School news: Community Appreciation Day, Eagle Scout Project, […]

Paulauskas, Gisela R.

Gisela Rosa Paulauskas, 87, passed away peacefully on February 6, 2017, at the Baypointe Rehabilitation and Nursing Center in Brockton. She formerly lived in Uxbridge, Mansfield, Canton and Boston. From Braunschweig, Germany, Gisela was born on May 29, 1929. She emigrated to Boston in 1951 to begin a new life with her husband after having […]

Lane, Elizabeth A.

Elizabeth A. “Betsy” Lane, 56, of Canton, formerly of Jamaica Plain, died peacefully February 5, 2017. She was loved by many and she cared for many more. Loving daughter of the late Arthur and Joan Drane (Brennan). Devoted wife of Leo M. “Buddy” Lane of Canton. Loving mother of Patrick M. Lane and his wife, […]

Duggan, June B.

June B. Duggan (Geissler), 87, of Canton, passed away February 4 at the Hellenic Nursing Home surrounded by her loving family. Born and raised in Canton, she graduated from Canton High School and Quincy City Hospital School of Nursing. June was a registered nurse at Quincy City Hospital for many years before retiring. She was […]

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