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Library launches photo archive to honor local veterans


Scanning day set for October 21 The Canton Public Library and the Canton Veterans Services Department have collaborated to honor local heroes by launching an online photo archive, collecting and cataloging images from Canton’s service families past and present. Please help us create a digital archive to remember and honor Canton’s service families. Members who […]

McKee, Catherine B.

Catherine B. McKee (Parent), 86, of Mansfield, passed away peacefully in her sleep October 8 surrounded by her loving family. Born in Groveland, she was raised in Groveland and attended Haverhill schools and has lived in Mansfield for the last 48 years. She was a devoted wife, mother, and grandmother and loved spending time with […]

Krueger, Frank L.

Frank Louis Sterling Krueger Jr., 67, of Middleboro, passed unexpectedly October 6, 2017. Frank spent his career in the construction and building supply business on the south shore, including owning Yankee Lumber in Canton for many years. Frank is the beloved son of the late Frank and Martha Krueger; devoted husband of Bunnie Krueger; loving […]

Bitetti, Cosmo D.

Cosmo Damien Bitetti, formerly of Canton, died on September 24, 2017, in New Hope, PA. For 93 years he embraced life with gusto and with deep appreciation for the joys and pleasure of life. His humor, quick intelligence, curiosity and charisma will leave a lasting impression on those who knew him. Cos is loved, mourned […]

A gift from Dr. Levrault

Dear Editor: My wife and I were longtime patients of Dr. Richard Levrault at the Family Medical Associates office in Seekonk — my wife for 20-plus years and myself for 15-plus years. My wife is not a big fan of doctors and/or dentists, but she always looked forward to her appointments with Dr. Levrault because […]

Sad to see the Canton River poisoned

Editor’s note: According to Bernie Plante of Canton Holdings LLC, the spraying referenced in the letter below was done with a product called Custom Roundup, which is different from the commercially available Roundup and specifically made for use in areas adjoining wetlands. Plante said he reached out to the state Department of Agriculture and received […]

Smart About Money: Paying for College

Every parent who has kids planning to go to college thinks about the cost. How could you not? When we’re starting to see the $70,000 a year mark regularly surpassed at private colleges (for tuition, room and board), the idea of coming up with that kind of money by an August due date four years […]

CHS alum wins Amica Newport Half Marathon

Canton native Sean McNeil finished first overall in last weekend’s Amica Newport Half Marathon in Newport, Rhode Island. The 2009 Canton High graduate and Stonehill College alumnus battled the humidity and wind to complete the challenging 13.1-mile course in 1:17:51. “It was a great course out there today, tough conditions,” said McNeil, who sprinted across […]

A Look Inside: Canton Citizen’s October 12 edition

Check out this week’s issue of the Canton Citizen for the latest in Canton news, sports, events, and more. Highlights from the October 12 edition include: * Latest news and timelines for the Plymouth Rubber redevelopment and Paul Revere Heritage Park * Photos of Blue Hills Trailside Museum Fall Festival by Michelle Stark * Local figure skater shines at national […]

Bainton, Sherri A.

Sherri A. Bainton, 50, passed away October 3 at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston. Born in Milton, she was a lifelong resident of Canton. Sherri graduated from Canton High School, Class of 1985, and went on to earn a nursing certificate from Eastern Nazarene College. She previously worked at the family restaurant, The […]

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