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Saint John the Evangelist School appoints new principal

Dr. Chris Flieger

Saint John the Evangelist School in Canton is pleased to announce that Dr. Chris Flieger will serve as its new principal beginning next month. Flieger has served in leadership positions in Catholic education, most recently as associate superintendent of schools for the Archdiocese of Boston. Flieger earned undergraduate and master’s degrees at Truman State University […]

Swanson, William M.

William M. Swanson of Canton, formerly of Newtown, CT, passed away after a long illness June 15, a month short of his 90th birthday, at Norwood Hospital surrounded by his loving family. Born on July 18, 1926, in Danbury, CT, he graduated from Danbury High School, Arnold College in Bridgeport, CT, and earned his master’s […]

Bank of Canton sponsors free cybersecurity seminar

bank of canton

Bank of Canton is hosting a free cybersecurity seminar at its corporate headquarters on Monday, June 27, to provide local businesses with tools and resources to combat today’s cyber threats. The Get Cyber Smart! seminar will feature a panel of cybersecurity experts from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Fusion Center (including the Department of Homeland Security […]

Face of a campaign

Boston Red Sox third baseman Travis Shaw kicks off the “Help Cure Childhood Cancer” campaign with Stop & Shop ambassador and Dana-Farber patient Maddie, 8, from Canton. (Photo courtesy of Stop & Shop)

Canton resident Madison Bergstrom, 8, has been named a Jimmy Fund Clinic Patient Partner for Stop & Shop’s Help Cure Childhood Cancer campaign that supports pediatric cancer research and treatment at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. The daughter of Shauna McLaughlin

CHS Graduation 2016


Check out the June 9 edition of the Canton Citizen for complete graduation coverage, including then and now photos, future plans, scholarships and awards, and more. (Photos by Mike Barucci and Michelle Stark)

Family of Pat Walsh grateful for support

Dear Canton community: It is with profound gratitude that we wish to express our sincere thanks for the overwhelming support we have received over the past few months. The multiple tragedies and losses of loved ones in the town of Canton since the beginning of the year has been unbelievable and the hearts of many […]

Coelho, Barbara I

Barbara I. “Sally” Coelho (Bretto), 88, of South Yarmouth, formerly of Naugatuck, CT, and Canton, passed away June 11 at Windsor Skilled Nursing in Yarmouth. Born in Wareham, she graduated from Wareham High School and worked for Peter Paul Candy Co. for many years. She was a devoted grandmother and enjoyed spending time with her […]

Picozzi, Marie

Marie “Violet” Picozzi (Smigliani), 90, of Stoughton, passed away June 10 at the Ellis Nursing & Rehabilitation Center in Norwood. Born in Italy, Violet came to the United States with her family at the age of 4. She was raised in Hyde Park and attended Boston Public Schools. Mrs. Picozzi was a former member of […]

Yeomans, Scott D.

Scott D. Yeomans, 52, of Canton died unexpectedly at home June 9, 2016. Scott was a graduate of Canton High School, Class of 1981, and worked as a carpenter for Local Union #218. Loving son of John E. Yeomans of Middleboro and his late wife, Bernice C. (Scanlon). Devoted father of Benjamin and Matthew Yeomans […]

Morgan, Scott D.

Scott D. Morgan, 47, of Canton died June 9, 2016, surrounded by his family after a courageous battle with long-term illness. Scott was a graduate of Canton High School, Class of 1987. He graduated from the University of Vermont in 1992 with a BS in computer science and worked as a computer consultant for the […]

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