Watertown Dam Removal Will Help Local Wildlife and Public Safety Charles River – A dam in Watertown could be removed within the next few years. Watertown Weekly News spoke to Tim Purinton, the Director of Ecological Restoration for the Department of Fish and Game about the benefits of eliminating the dam. Check Out the Video! […]
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Watertown Commemorates 75th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor Charles River Dock – “December 7th, 1941 – a day which will live in infamy.” Yesterday marks 75 years since president Franklin Delano Roosevelt spoke those words following the bombing of of the U.S. naval base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. The attack, which claimed over two-thousand and four […]
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“Watertown Moves” Celebrates Renovated Charles River Path Watertown Riverfront Park & Braille Trail – Local organizations Live Well Watertown, LiveableStreets, the Watertown Bike and Pedestrian Committee, and others celebrated the Charles River pathway and riverfront park’s renovation that was completed in recent months. Members of the community were encouraged to grab their bikes and head […]
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Historic Watertown: Historic Homes, The S.S. Watertown Watertown – Several weeks ago, Watertown Weekly News approached the Historical Society of Watertown to ask them about some places, people, and stories that have had an impact on Watertown’s history but are known to few people in the community. After working with the historical society, WCA-TV ventured […]
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Riverfront Park & Braille Trail Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Held Watertown Riverfront Park – After two years and $1.5 million of renovation, the Watertown Riverfront Park and Braille Trail is officially completed. Located along Charles River Road, the renovation project covers a mile stretch of pathway from Watertown Square to the Watertown Yacht Club. The park […]
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Kayaking the Charles Watertown Square Docks – Around 100 residents gathered on the docks in Watertown Square over the weekend to take part in the Watertown Recreation Department and Live Well Watertown’s first-ever kayaking event. Residents young and old took to their tandem kayaks provided by Charles River Canoe & Kayak on Saturday, paddling from […]
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