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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, […]

Remembering Maura: Eat Dessert First

Editor’s note: The column below, entitled “New Friends,” was published in an earlier edition of the Canton Citizen and is being reprinted with a new introduction by the author in memory of the late Maura Sullivan, a Canton attorney and longtime community volunteer who passed away on March 11. I learned Maura’s philosophy of life […]

Man About Canton: March 30 Preview

Did you know … The Canton High School Alumni Association will hold its annual “Team Trivia Night” on Friday, April 7, at 7 p.m. at the Canton American Legion. There will be a 50/50 raffle, a wine basket raffle, and Red Sox tickets donated by Canton alumna Nancy Zoppa Bender. DJ Gary Titus will provide […]

Criticism of president is our constitutional right

Dear Editor: Regarding the recent letter from Robert E. Baril, (“Enough with the Trump bashing,” March 23), my response is that the lady (Alice Brown) does not protest too much. Methinks this is a good time to remind you that in the United States of America ladies have the constitutional right to freedom of speech. […]

Bravo to Robert E. Baril

Dear Editor: I have read with interest many letters during the past couple of months and so often have felt like jumping into the political conversations. Finally, I have to say “Bravo” to Robert E. Baril for saying “enough is enough” and let’s please stop the bashing of our president. Let President Trump do his […]

Even Wall Street losing faith in Trump

Dear Editor: As a devout liberal, I find it amazing when the Wall Street Journal and I agree. “Our country is losing credibility with the rest of the world due to Trump’s continual lying” is the gist of a lengthy editorial that appeared in the Wall Street Journal’s print edition on March 22. Additionally, Senator McCain […]

Smart About Money: Preventing Embezzlement

There are a couple of situations when a local business owner should absolutely take action to determine if someone is abusing your trust and embezzling from your business. If you have a nagging feeling that someone could be embezzling from you — that something is “off” somehow — chances are your intuition is correct. If […]

Enough with the Trump bashing

Dear Editor: Regarding several recent intense letters to the Canton Citizen by Alice Brown, my response is: “The lady doth protest too much, methinks” (from William Shakespeare). And to use a much more common 21st century expression: “Enough already!” Her points have been made. I don’t think any more from her needs to be stated about (that is, against) President Trump. I did vote for […]

Four Legged Friends: Only the Lonely

Separation anxiety (SA) is a condition affecting both young and old dogs, newly purchased puppies, secondhand dogs from the shelter, or in my case, adopted ex-racing dogs. SA can range from mild to severe, and too many dogs are returned to shelters or adoption groups by overwhelmed owners who have no idea how to deal […]

Anti-pipeline study does disservice to local energy customers

Dear Editor: Your recent story about the proposed Access Northeast gas pipeline project, “New report questions costs, need for pipeline project” (Canton Citizen, 3/2/17), highlights a seriously flawed analysis of the need for additional pipeline infrastructure here in New England. While your balanced story included comments from Spectra Energy refuting the study, I feel compelled […]

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