Prominent Boston Journalists Discuss Media’s Role in Democracy Watertown Free Public Library – On April 2, the Watertown free Public Library hosted a forum organized by Progressive Watertown that asked “What is the Role of Media in Our Democracy?” Four prominent Boston journalists from the Boston Globe, Boston Herald, WBUR and WABC-TV spoke about how […]
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State Officials, Chief of Police Co-Host Criminal Justice Reform Discussion Free Public Library – Although Massachusetts is best in the country in prisoner incarceration rate, if it were a country it would have one of the highest rates in the world. One of the top priorities on Watertown State Senator Will Brownsberger’s agenda in the […]
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Watertown Library’s “One Book, One Watertown” Explores Race Relations, Celebrates Ghanaian Culture Watertown Free Public Library – Throughout the month of March, the Watertown Free Public Library will be holding concerts, community discussions, food tastings, a photo gallery and more that will celebrate the culture of Ghana and explore race relations in the United States. […]
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Live Well Watertown Holds Multicultural Cooking Class Watertown Free Public Library – Local nonprofit Live Well Watertown recently held another installment of their multicultural healthy cooking class “Eat Well Watertown” at the library. During these classes, community chefs demonstrate how to make a range of dishes from appetizers to dessert. In the most recent class, […]
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Watertown Businesses, Organizations Using Pokemon Go Watertown – By now you’ve seen news stories, social media posts, and seen it in real life – Watertown residents playing ‘Pokemon Go,’ a game where users can capture Pokemon in the “real world.” The game has brought back a heavy dose of nostalgia for those who played the […]
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Watertown Library Uses Solar Energy to Charge Cell Phones Watertown Free Public Library – The Watertown Free Public Library’s Makerspace, HATCH, has unveiled its newest piece of innovative technology that will help people who need a little extra juice in their phones. Using the power of solar energy, people passing by the library will have […]
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Watertown Weekly News Segments: Youth Coalition Town Hall Check Out the Video! April 28, 2016 Back to Watertown Weekly News Page
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