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Global health care company could be headed to Canton


The Board of Selectmen and Town Counsel Paul DeRensis are negotiating with Fresenius Kabi, a global health care company based in Germany, to open a new facility at 20 Dan Road in Canton, the site of the former Copley Controls Co., which left the town five years ago. The enticement for the company is a […]

‘New’ Blue Hill CC aims to broaden appeal

The clubhouse at Blue Hill Country Club is undergoing extensive renovations. (Blue Hill CC Facebook photo)

  Blue Hill Country Club has been part of the Canton community since 1925. Hundreds of people pass by its golf courses and pool daily, perhaps not realizing that while the property was designed to be a members-only facility, the new owners, Concert Golf Partners, are hosting events that are open to the public while […]

Canton businesses awarded state safety training grants


State Representative Bill Galvin (D-Canton) is pleased to announce that FM Generator and Timberline Construction, which are both located in Canton, are receiving grants from the Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development‘s Occupational Safety Health Education and Training Program. These trainings aim to prevent workplace injuries by promoting healthy and safe work environments. FM […]

New flexible office center opens in Canton

Workspace@45 offers furnished private offices with flexible terms.

South Shore Business Center LLC recently announced the opening of Workspace@45, a newly expanded flexible office center located at 45 Dan Road (off Route 138) in Canton. Workspace@45 provides furnished private offices, a co-working space, and virtual office services with flexible terms at affordable prices. The facility caters to the modern professional and home office […]

Officials: Canton poised to survive Reebok departure

The Reebok sign on Royall St. could soon be replaced with another company's logo. (Michelle Stark photo)

There was a widespread feeling of shock and disappointment across Canton last Thursday as residents awoke to the news that Reebok, one of the town’s biggest and most high-profile corporate neighbors, would be departing its Royall Street headquarters for the greener — and apparently younger and trendier — pastures of Boston. Even the town’s top […]

Humboldt Truck Pull raises $14K for Special Olympics

Contestants compete in the 2016 Humboldt Truck Pull at the Irish Cultural Centre.

On Sunday, October 16, Canton-based moving company Humboldt Storage and Moving held its fifth annual Humboldt Truck Pull to benefit Special Olympics Massachusetts. This year, the event was held at the Irish Cultural Centre in Canton. Over $14,000 was raised by Truck Pull participants and spectators. Since its inception, the event has raised close to […]

12th Reebok road race pays big dividends to community

Young runners eagerly await the start of the race on the Reebok track. (Mike Berger photo)

Everyone came up a winner as the 12th annual Reebok Canton Road Race drew nearly 700 runners from all over the Greater Boston area Sunday morning, September 25. The race was held at Reebok headquarters on a sunny, slightly windy, 50-degree day and was hosted by the Canton Association of Business and Industry (CABI). CABI […]

Bridal expo coming to Canton Town Club October 2


Cloud Nine Weddings will host a bridal expo for all brides-to-be at the Canton Town Club on Sunday, October 2, from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Kristine Norton, who books functions at the Canton Town Club, and Lea Coughlin of Coughlin Photography of Walpole, have coordinated a program that includes several local vendors. The first […]

Brightview Senior Living dedicates land to town

Brightview Canton, a new senior living community on Turnpike Street, opened its doors in July.

Brightview Canton, Brightview Senior Living’s seventh community in Massachusetts, will hold a land dedication event and luncheon on Wednesday, September 14, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. “Thirteen acres of open space and parkland contiguous to the site of Brightview Canton will be dedicated to the town of Canton,” said Len Hartwell, executive director. “We […]

Bank of Canton funds new signs for senior housing

Canton Housing Authority Executive Director Mark Roy (left) stands with Bank of Canton President and CEO Stephen P. Costello and CHA Board Chairman John McSweeney (right) next to one of the new signs.

The town of Canton’s senior living facilities recently received new exterior signs, paid for by a $6,500 donation from Bank of Canton. The Canton Housing Authority installed the new signs earlier this month at Newell Hagan Court, Julius Rubin Court, and Hemenway School Apartments. “We’re extremely pleased with the new signs,” said Mark Roy, executive […]

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