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Congratulations to NENPA award recipient

Dear Editor: The New England Newspaper & Press Association is aware of what the subscribers of the Canton Citizen have appreciated for years: that’s the fine journalistic work of Jay Turner. Congratulations to Mr. Turner for his second consecutive NENPA writing award, this one for a first-place prize in the Spot News category for weekly […]

Canton man honored as Celtics ‘Hero Among Us’

Stephen Teague with Boston Celtics star Isaiah Thomas (left) and Cavs star Kyrie Irving (Photo courtesy of the Boston Celtics)

Canton resident Stephen Teague was honored as a Boston Celtics Hero Among Us at the TD Garden prior to last week’s big game against the Cleveland Cavaliers. Teague is preparing to run his second Boston Marathon and has raised more than $20,000 over the years for the Gillian Reny Stepping Strong Center for Trauma Innovation. […]

Passion for public service didn’t end on election night

Dear Editor: First, I would like to thank all of my friends and family for their love and support over the last few months and the past few days. The election didn’t go the way we planned, but that won’t stop my passion for public service. I wish the best of luck to the Board […]

CHS grad running 1st marathon with Team MDSC

Canton resident Jennifer Dever will be running her first Boston Marathon this coming Monday, April 17, on behalf of the Massachusetts Down Syndrome Congress (MDSC) and in honor of her younger brother Bobby. A 2015 Canton High School graduate and currently a sophomore at Boston College, Dever ran the BAA half marathon in the fall […]

Thank you Victor

Dear Editor: We would like to take this opportunity to thank Victor Del Vecchio for his many years of exemplary service on behalf of the citizens of Canton. Our town is in such a better place with respect to finances, quality of life, and so many other parameters due to Mr. Del Vecchio. Victor’s intelligence, […]

A Look Inside: Canton Citizen’s April 13 edition

Check out this week’s issue of the Canton Citizen for the latest in Canton news, sports, events, and more. Highlights from the April 13 issue include: * A recap of the April 11 Board of Selectmen’s meeting — the first for new members Chris Connolly and Tom Theodore * True Tales from Canton’s Past by George T. Comeau: “Legacy in […]

Canton CPA Kate Seekell offers tax tips on NECN

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With the federal tax filing deadline fast approaching, New England Cable News (NECN) has been sharing weekly tax tips during its “Tax Tuesday” segment, and among the station’s guest contributors is Canton accountant Kate Seekell. Seekell is a principal at the CPA firm of Kurzman, Dempsey & Kowalker, LLP, located on Turnpike Street in Canton. […]

Malin, Judith N.

Judith N. (Fine) Malin, of Canton, passed away on April 3, 2017. Beloved wife of Harvey Malin. Loving mother of Glenn Malin and his wife, Jeri, of Easton, Randi-Sue Chancey and her husband, Frank, of MD, and Holli-Sue Roberts and her husband, Neal, of Andover. Cherished grandmother of Ross, Ben, Karli, Casey, A.J. and Heather. […]

Gillis, Brenda J.

Brenda J. (Cocchi) Gillis, of Easton, formerly of Stoughton and Canton, passed away on April 2, 2017. Cherished wife of Alfred M. “Al” Gillis of Easton. Devoted mother of Alfred M. Gillis II of Easton. Brother of William Cocchi of FL. Niece of Paula and Robert Cocchi of Canton, Joseph Cocchi and Jane Onanian of Canton, and Delores “Dolly” […]

Zanotti, Pauline R.

Pauline R. Zanotti (Tosi), 94, formerly of Canton, of Dedham, passed away April 1 surrounded by her loving family. Born and raised in Boston, she attended Girls Trade High School in Boston. She has lived in Dedham for the past three years and had previously lived in Canton since 1963, where she was a member […]

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