Category archives for: Business

CABI hosts workshop on ‘Marijuana and the Workplace’

The Canton Association of Business & Industry (CABI) hosted a “Lunch and Learn” event on Wednesday, April 26, on Marijuana and the Workplace: Understanding the New Regulations. CABI President Brian Mahoney welcomed the association’s members and guests, and introduced the featured speakers: Canton Police Chief Ken Berkowitz and Human Resources Director Jody Middleton. Middleton provided […]

Camio Custom Cabinetry named New England Family-Owned Business of the Year

Camio Custom Cabinetry headquarters on Jackson Street

The Small Business Administration (SBA) has named Camio Custom Cabinetry of Canton as the 2017 Jeffrey Butland Family-Owned Business of the Year for Massachusetts and New England. Camio Custom Cabinetry earned the recognition for its success as a third generation family business — committed to its customers, employees and manufacturing high-quality products with old-fashioned craftsmanship. Camio […]

18|8 salon offers unique grooming experience for men

18|8 Fine Men's Salon owner David Floyd

David and Andrea Floyd have a large metal plaque on a wall in their business that tells of a discovery that Harry Brearly found in England in 1913. He discovered that adding 18 percent chromium and 8 percent nickel to steel eliminated the steel’s tendency to oxidize and rust, transforming it into a better looking […]

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. […]

NVCC to host annual Flavors of Neponset Valley

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The Neponset Valley Chamber of Commerce invites the community to experience all the local culinary cuisine and drink that your stomach can handle at the 18th annual Flavors of the Neponset Valley tasting event at Demetri’s Function Facility in Foxborough. The event will take place from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 27, and the […]

Canton companies receive Workforce Training grants

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The Baker-Polito Administration recently awarded $7.9 million in state Workforce Training Fund grants to 111 Massachusetts companies for training over 5,243 workers and creating an expected 522 new jobs. Among the grant recipients were two companies from Canton. Unicom Engineering, headquartered on Dan Road, was awarded $178,863 to train 110 workers and is expected to […]

Costello named NVCC Business Person of the Year

Bank of Canton President/CEO Stephen P. Costello (2nd from left) with state Rep. John Rogers (left), 2015 Business Person of the Year John Carroll, and NVCC President Tom O’Rourke (Photo courtesy of Matt McKee Photography)

Bank of Canton President and CEO Stephen P. Costello has been named the 2016 Business Person of the Year by the Neponset Valley Chamber of Commerce. In his letter of congratulations to Mr. Costello, NVCC President Tom O’Rourke wrote, “This award is presented to an individual whose personal guidance and leadership have made a positive contribution […]

Register of Deeds: When Hollywood comes to town

L-R: Registry staff members Rich Kennedy and Claire Martin, Robert Downey Jr., and Norfolk County Register William O’Donnell

Lights! Cameras! Action! It’s safe to say that for most people, those three buzzwords do not conjure up thoughts of the Norfolk County Registry of Deeds. After all, what is so alluring to Hollywood about a building that contains 5 million real estate documents?

MatchingDonors flips Canton property

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MatchingDonors.com, a Canton-based nonprofit that matches patients with organ donors, recently completed a successful property flip in Canton through its RealEstate4Kidneys program. The program, originally launched in conjunction with Canton real estate agent Joel Pratt of JL Pratt Realtors, has raised more than $1 million through the acquisition and renovation of distressed properties. Another local […]

New Canton rink blends high-end touches with hometown feel

The red rink features a Canton logo at center ice. (Michelle Stark photo)

It went from approval to completion in just over one year’s time, and in a matter of months it has already started to feel like home. For the local hockey community, that seems to be the prevailing sentiment toward the new Canton Ice House

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