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Republican Town Committee recommends 25 mph speed limit

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The Canton Republican Town Committee (CRTC) voted unanimously at its September 5 meeting to recommend that the town of Canton adopt a maximum speed limit of 25 mph on all Canton roads and streets effective immediately. This policy would exclude state roads such as Route 138 and federal highways such as I-95. Members of the […]

McCabe, Joseph A.

Joseph A. McCabe, 22, of Canton, passed away tragically on September 15 after a long and courageous battle with addiction. Born in Norwood, he was raised in Canton and graduated from Canton High School Class of 2014. Growing up Joe played youth lacrosse and hockey and went on to play football at Canton High School. He […]

Leger, Jonathan E.

Jonathan E. Leger, 30, of Canton, passed away unexpectedly September 14 at home. Born in Boston, he was raised in Canton and attended Catholic Memorial High School. He worked for several years as a computer technician. Jonathan was an avid reader, enjoyed playing pickup basketball, and loved computer technology and working on cars … Order […]

Foley, Rita A.

Rita Anne (Doyle) Foley, 83, of Canton, died peacefully the morning of September 5 after a brief illness. Rita was born and raised in Dorchester, attending St. Peter’s parochial school and Jeremiah Burke High before relocating with her family and graduating from Stoughton High School as a member of the Class of 1951. She lived […]

Comeau named Blue Hills Civic’s Citizen of the Year

The Blue Hills Civic Association is proud to announce the recipient of its 34th annual Dr. Richard J. Elkort Citizen of the Year Award. This year’s award goes to George T. Comeau, Esq., a lifelong Canton resident with an impressive track record of public service and civic engagement. Comeau began his civic work at the […]

A Look Inside: Canton Citizen’s September 21 edition

Check out this week’s issue of the Canton Citizen for the latest in Canton news, sports, events, and more. Highlights from the September 21 edition include: * Interviews with top education officials on big changes coming to the Canton Public Schools * Selectmen to reopen bidding for Rez dam repairs and more BOS news * Liam’s Lemonade: Canton boy holds […]

Brigandi, Stephen W.

Stephen W. Brigandi, 83, of Canton, passed away September 9. Born and raised in Boston, he was an Air Force veteran of the Korean War. Stephen has lived in Canton for the last 30 years and previously lived in West Quincy. He worked for W.R. Grace Co. for 19 years as a maintenance technician before […]

Festival at the Farm

Festival at the Farm returns to Canton's Prowse Farm this weekend. (Rich Gastwirt photo)

Festival at the Farm, a weekend-long, all-ages celebration of “live music, great food, and unique experiences,” will return to Prowse Farm in Canton for a second consecutive year this coming Saturday and Sunday, September 16 and 17. Organized by Six Chair Productions and presented by New Hampshire-based Pete and Gerry’s Organic Eggs, the festival will […]

A Look Inside: Canton Citizen 30th Anniversary Edition

**Please note: This week’s edition was mass-mailed to all Canton addresses in celebration of our 30th anniversary. Check out this week’s issue of the Canton Citizen for the latest in Canton news, sports, events, and more. Highlights from the September 14 edition include: * First Day of School: Photos of the first day for first graders at Hansen, […]

Lamb, George E.

George E. Lamb, Sr., 90, of Canton, passed away September 3 at Norwood Hospital. Born in Cambridge, he was raised in Dorchester and graduated from High School of Commerce. He graduated from Stratford Business School in Boston, attended Suffolk University, and served in the Navy during World War II. He worked as a quality control […]

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