Destiny the Therapy Dog Brings Joy to the Watertown Senior Center Senior Center – It was a happy coincidence that the day Destiny, a certified therapy dog, made her first visit to the Watertown Senior Center, it also happened to be on National Puppy Day. Destiny, who is a nine-year-old yellow lab, makes frequent visits […]
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Students and Teachers Play Basketball to Raise Money for Cancer Research Watertown Middle School – For the past 14 years, students and teachers at the Watertown Middle School have been participating the Leukemia and Lymphoma society’s three-week Pennies for Patients initiative to raise money for cancer care and research. The School does a variety of […]
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Firefighters and Town Manager Speak to Media About Firefighter Joseph Toscano Watertown Fire Department – On the morning of Friday, March 17th, Watertown firefighters responded to a two-alarm fire on Merrifield Avenue on the East End of Watertown. Two people and multiple dogs were evacuated from the house. The cause of the fire is still […]
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Watertown Community Welcomes Thousands of Firefighters who Traveled to Joseph Toscano’s Funeral Main Street – Police closed off Main Street from Watertown Square to Whites Avenue on Wednesday morning to allow for thousands of firefighters from all over the country to attend firefighter Joseph Toscano’s funeral service. The Watertown community came out in full support […]
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Firefighters Receive New Contract, Town Council to Vote on Medical Marijuana Clinic Town Hall – The Watertown Fire Department will be receiving raises in each of the next three years. Town Manager Michael Driscoll announced the new contract between the town and the Watertown firefighters union at the March 16th Town Council Meeting. The news […]
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Learn How To Save on Energy Costs in Latest Senior Center Lecture Senior Center – At the Watertown Senior Center’s most recent installment of its lecture series, Watertown Energy Manager Ed Lewis spoke to residents about energy costs and how to save money. Keep an eye out for the full lecture on WCA-TV’s public channel. […]
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School Committee Selects Permanent Superintendent Town Hall – The Watertown School Committee voted unanimously at its March 13th meeting to select Billerica Assistant Superintendent Dr. Deanne Galdston as Watertown’s permanent Superintendent of Schools. Committee members spoke at length about Dr. Galdston and what they believe she will bring to Watertown. Check Out the Video! Produced […]
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Sports Report: Boys Basketball Falls in Eastern Mass. Final WCA-TV Studio – After capturing the No. 1 seed in the MIAA Division 3 North Standings, the Watertown High School boys basketball team was poised to make a deep tournament run. See all the highlights from the team’s North final and Eastern Massachusetts final in this […]
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Watertown Schools Food Services Receives Grant, Good Friday No Longer a Day Off Town Hall – Aside from electing a permanent Superintendent of Schools at its March 13th meeting, the Watertown School Committee also announced the 2017-2018 school calendar which includes school being in session on Good Friday. Additionally, it was announced that the Watertown […]
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Superintendent Candidates Visit Watertown, Field Questions from Public and School Committee Town Hall – The two candidates slated to take over as Superintendent of Watertown Public Schools visited all five school buildings over the last week to meet with students, teachers and parents. Assistant Superintendent of Gloucester Public Schools Dr. Arthur Unobskey visited Watertown on […]
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