Medical Marijuana Facility to Open Following Zoning Board of Appeals Unanimous Vote Town Hall – After several months of town meetings and community meetings, medical marijuana dispensary Natural Selections, or NS AJO Holdings Inc., needed one last approval from the Zoning Board of Appeals to open a dispensary in Watertown. At its meeting on May […]
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Sports Report: WHS Softball Coach Jim Swift on Team’s Success WCA-TV Studio – The Watertown High School softball team finished off its regular impressive season with two wins over Canton and Greater Lowell. See all the highlights plus an interview with WHS softball head coach Jim Swift in this week’s Sports Report. Check Out the […]
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Veterans, Volunteers Plant Flags at Watertown Cemeteries in Honor of Memorial Day Ridgelawn Cemetery – To kickoff Watertown’s Memorial Day activities, dozens of volunteers were joined by local Veterans at Watertown cemeteries on Wednesday night to plant flags at fallen Veteran grave sites. Participants met at Ridgelawn Cemetery and dispersed to many of the other […]
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Youth Sports Concerned They are Not Getting Fair Use of Watertown Fields Town Hall – Dozens of parents, coaches, athletes, and Watertown town officials packed into the third floor meeting room in Town Hall on Wednesday, May 24, to discuss how Watertown’s athletic fields can be better allocated to the many organizations who apply to […]
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Police Chief Aims to Continue Community Policing Initiatives, Receives Praise from Councilors Town Hall – On Saturday, May 20, Watertown Police Chief Michael Lawn outlined the police department’s budget for the upcoming year at a budget hearing at Town Hall. Chief Lawn told the Town Council that one of his primary goals is for his […]
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Town Council Approves First Responder Funeral Coverage, TDM Plan Town Hall – At the May 9 Town Council Meeting, councilors approved a motion that would allow the town to pay for funeral services of Watertown first responders who die in the line of duty. Additionally, the town voted to approve the Transportation Demand Management that […]
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Sports Report: Watertown Softball Softball Extends Winning Streak WCA-TV Studio – The Watertown High School softball team’s win streak has improved to seven straight following a walk-off win over Belmont this week. Watch the latest Weekly Sports Report for the highlights. Check Out the Video! Produced by Dan Hogan, News Producer Andrea Santopietro, Media Outreach […]
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Mosesian Center for the Arts Holds Annual Open Arts Day Mosesian Center for the Arts – On Saturday, May 6th, the Mosesian Center for the Arts held its annual Open Arts Day. The yearly creative extravaganza offers families a chance to experiment in a variety of art mediums including theater, painting, music, and much more. […]
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Watertown High School Mascot Committee Seeking Designs from the Community Phillips School Building – Tasked with facilitating a process by which a new mascot or logo can be selected for Watertown High School, the Mascot Screening Committee convened for the first time on May 8 at the Phillips School building. Members of the 18-person committee […]
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Watertown’s Dancing with the Stars Raises Thousands for Schools Hellenic Cultural Center – Watertown stars were shining at the Education Foundation’s fourth annual Dancing with the Stars competition on May 5th. Town Councilors, teachers, business owners, and community members teamed up with local professional dancers for an evening of dancing, fundraising, and socializing. All the […]
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