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Boston Mutual Life celebrates 125th anniversary

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Boston Mutual Life Insurance Company, a national provider of insurance solutions headquartered in Canton, announced last week the launch of a series of celebratory events in 2016 to commemorate its 125th year. The company, which has a longstanding history of offering insurance products since its founding in Boston in August 1891, is hosting a variety of […]

Bank of Canton announces drawing contest winners

Gina Zollo, 7, with Paul McNiff, manager of the Washington Street branch, and Santa and Mrs. Claus, who proudly display Zollo’s winning picture

Bank of Canton announced the 15 winners of its December drawing contest, which challenged young artists to depict how they celebrate the winter season. Among the winners were Canton residents Veronica Bell, Brian O’Toole, Noelle Warburton, and Gina Zollo. The bank awarded a total of 15 $100 bills to children across the south shore and Brookline, […]

Canton-based ENE Systems expands into NH

Canton-based building automation firm ENE Systems announces the acquisition of Pro Controls, a Bow, New Hampshire-based facilities and energy management control system contractor. Headquartered on Neponset Street, ENE Systems is the largest independent control contractor in New England. With this acquisition, ENE Systems launches the newly formed ENE Systems of New Hampshire, a company focused […]

DiFrancesco recognized as one of Top Women in PR

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Canton-based public relations firm JDCommunications is pleased to announce that its president and founder, Joanne DiFrancesco, has been named one of PR News’ Top Women in PR for 2015. This annual list is composed of the most influential women in the field of public relations, the ones driving the agenda for the industry — managing crises, developing […]

New owners bring new touches, flavors to downtown ice cream spot

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Tricia and Kevin Cummings were regular customers at Giovanni’s on Washington Street, along with their daughter, Emma. When Emma found out that owner Joey Federico was going to sell the business, she suggested that her parents buy it. And that’s what they did. The Cummings opened Giovanni’s on October 1, keeping many things the same, […]

Bank of Canton names multilingual exec

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Reeze Loh-Darragh has been named investment executive at B.O.C. Financial Services and financial advisor with Infinex Financial Group. Fluent in Cantonese, Mandarin and Malay in addition to English, Loh-Darragh will provide financial services to the diverse communities of Randolph, Quincy, and the greater south shore area from her office at Bank of Canton’s Quincy branch at 60 McGrath […]

2 injured, 1 charged in Dunkin’ Donuts crash

Dunkin Donuts in Canton Center remains closed following Sunday's crash. (CFD photo)

A Canton woman and a Dunkin Donuts employee were taken to separate hospitals on Sunday after the woman crashed her Honda SUV into the front of the Dunkin’ Donuts in Canton Center. The driver of the vehicle, Magalie Labathe, 52, of Rockland Street, will be summoned to court to face charges of negligent operation of […]

Downtown businesses host inaugural Family Fall Fest

This coming Saturday, October 24, a group of downtown merchants and neighbors are bringing the fun and celebration back to Canton Center with a first-of-its-kind “Family Fall Fest” and fundraiser. Although not to the scale of the town-sponsored block parties that were held every September from 2000 to 2010, this weekend’s inaugural event will serve […]

Wegmans opens doors at University Station

Jo Natale, VP of media relations, and Valerie Fox, media relations coordinator, in front of the company’s famous replica wagon (Mary Ann photo)

The managers and employees of Wegmans Food Markets strongly believe in providing the freshest food, lowest prices, and best customer service to everyone who walks through their doors. Their pride in delivering and maintaining excellence is evident throughout every facility in the store, including the ones behind closed doors. “We have great restrooms,” Jo Natale, […]

Ninety Nine restaurant celebrates 20 years in Canton

L-R: Selectmen Chairman John Connolly; Lynn Marcel, operations director for the Canton Ninety Nine; Nick Maffeo, president of Canton Youth Hockey; and Cory Spear, general managing partner of the Canton Ninety Nine

The Ninety Nine Restaurant & Pub in Canton celebrated its 20th anniversary with team members, guests and members of the community on Wednesday evening, September 23, with an event that generated over $1,200 for Canton Youth Hockey. During the anniversary event, guests enjoyed a spirited game of trivia and participated in a commemorative ceremony that honored the […]

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