Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Cynthia Walsh remains Vice Chair of the Board.
Temporary chair since May 7, John Anzivino's peers on the Stoughton Board of Selectman voted Tuesday night to give him the permanent title. Steve Anastos nominated Anzivino. Both were elected to the board in 2008, and reelected in 2011. With no other nominations, Cynthia Walsh, Bob O'Regan and T.J. Recupero joined Anastos to vote for Anzivino, in what was a unanimous decision. "I thank the board for their support and I certainly hope to live up to their confidence over the next year," Anzivino said. Anzivino succeeds John Stagnone, who served as chairman for the previous two years. Stagnone chose not to run for reelection this year, instead focusing his efforts in restoring the State Theatre in the downtown. With the full board not …
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Selectman Cynthia Walsh thanked the community for all of its support as she underwent treatment for Hodgkin's Lymphoma. Walsh recently announced she has been given a clean bill of health.
As part of an emotional, heartfelt thank-you to the community for all of its support as she underwent treatment for Hodgkin's Lymphoma, Selectman Cynthia Walsh announced she had been given a "clean bill of health" at the Jan. 29 Stoughton Board of Selectmen's meeting. Walsh said she was first diagnosed on Oct. 24, 2012 and was given the good news on Jan. 2, 2013, going from stage 3 Hodgkin's Lymphoma to being in remission over a period of two months and nine days, she noted. Walsh said she still has to undergo two more sessions of chemotherapy and has to be in remission for at least five years before she would technically be cancer free. According to the Mayo Clinic's website, "in Hodgkin's Lymphoma, cells in the lymphatic system grow …
Thursday, September 27, 2012
At Tuesday's Selectmen's meeting, Selectman Cynthia Walsh announced she has been diagnosed with Hodgin's Lymphoma, a "cancer of the lymphatic system, which is part of your immune system," according to the Mayo Clinic.
Cynthia Walsh announced at Tuesday's Stoughton Board of Selectmen meeting that her recent adornment of scarves is not a fashion statement but rather an attempt to cover an incision from a recent biopsy. "Those close to me know that I have been undergoing tests for the past several weeks and Monday, I got the final news. I have been diagnosed with Hodgkin's Lymphoma Disease," she said at the Sept. 26 meeting. Walsh continued, "I assure the public that I will continue to serve in all my capacities as long as I can...just like I have been for 36 years." Walsh has served Stoughton in many roles such as, public school teacher at the Jones School, Stoughton Town Meeting Representative and Cedar Hill Golf Course Committee Member. After having …
Thursday, June 14, 2012
Stoughton Selectmen Cynthia Walsh and Bob O'Regan recently visited students on team 8B at the OMS.
Thursday, June 14, 2012
The following was submitted to Stoughton Patch: Stoughton Selectmen Cynthia Walsh and Robert O’Regan recently visited Miss Murphy’s 8 grade social studies class at the O’Donnell Middle School. The Selectmen discussed the importance of civics and participation in local government. Each also addressed the various concerns 8B students had for the town, including improving schools, recycling, litter, sidewalks, and playgrounds/recreational facilities, which the students had presented in their typed letters to Stoughton’s Board of Selectmen. Ms. Walsh and Attorney O’Regan were excellent speakers whose time was greatly appreciated. Take a look at the photo gallery for pictures of their respective visits.
Wednesday, April 18, 2012
Robert O’Regan and Cynthia Walsh, the two winners in the four-candidate selectmen’s race in the April 10 Town Election, were both sworn-in on April 17. John Stagnone was reelected as the Board’s chair, while Walsh was selected to be the vice chair.
For the second consecutive year, John Stagnone has been voted chairman of the Stoughton Board of Selectmen by his peers. In what was a 3-2 vote in 2011, with Stagnone edging John Anzivino for the position, Stagnone was reelected as chair by a unanimous 5-0 vote Tuesday night. Newly elected selectman Bob O’Regan nominated Stagnone. There were no other nominations for chairman. Selectman Cynthia Walsh, who just won another three-year term on the board in the April 10 Stoughton town election, was unanimously elected as vice chair. There were no other nominations for vice chair. John Anderson, who lost his bid for re-election on April 10, had previously served in that capacity. Walsh served as vice chair before that. Stagnone thanked Anderson …
Friday, April 6, 2012
Hear from Board of Selectmen candidates John Anderson, Joe Mokrisky, Bob O’Regan and Cynthia Walsh. The Town Election is Tuesday, April 10, 2012.
In an effort to give residents a last chance to hear from the candidates before the April 10 Town Election, Stoughton Patch sent a questionnaire to each of the candidates running in a contested race. The questions are printed as they were presented to the candidates and their answers are printed as they were received (unedited). John Anderson (incumbent), Cynthia Walsh (incumbent), Joe Mokrisky and Bob O’Regan are vying for two seats on the Stoughton Board of Selectmen. They were asked the following questions: Click on the links below to read the responses from the four candidates for the Board of Selectmen: Get to Know: John Anderson, Candidate for Stoughton Board of Selectmen Get to Know: Joe Mokrisky, Candidate for Stoughton Board of …
Sunday, April 1, 2012
Stoughton Board of Selectmen candidates answer a Stoughton Patch questionnaire. The Town Election is Tuesday, April 10.
Sunday, April 1, 2012
In an effort to give residents a last chance to hear from the candidates before the April 10 Town Election, Stoughton Patch sent a questionnaire to each of the candidates running in a contested race. The questions are printed as they were presented to the candidates and their answers are printed as they were received (unedited). The following responses are from Board of Selectmen Candidate Cynthia Walsh: *** I have lived in Stoughton since 1948. I attended Stoughton schools, graduating in 1965. I graduated from Bridgewater State College in 1969. I taught at the Edwin A. Jones School from 1969 to 1999. I have served on boards and/or committees since 1978. I served as a Selectman from 1980-1982. I serve currently as a Selectman and as a town…