Sports Report: Watertown Football Rolls in Season Opener WCA-TV Studio – The Watertown High School football team opened its season under the lights of Victory Field on Friday, September 8. See the highlights from that game as well as the Raiders Field Hockey team’s first game after their first loss in nine years. Check Out […]
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Hundreds of Runners Raise Money for Watertown Free Public Library at Annual 5K Watertown Free Public Library – The Watertown Free Public Library held its fourth annual “Book it and Run” 5K road race on September 9. to raise money for its many programs, such as One Book One Watertown and Barn Babies. Check Out […]
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Watertown School Curriculum Coordinators Update School Committee, School Building Renovation Timeline Discussed Town Hall – Curriculum coordinators from each of Watertown’s schools gave reports about changes to the schools’ curriculums at the September 11. School Committee meeting. Additionally, a timeline for when Watertown’s school buildings will be renovated was laid out. Check Out the Video! […]
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Town Council Decides how Members of the Community Preservation Committee will be Chosen Town Hall – After voters approved the Community Preservation Act in Watertown last November, town officials had to decide how the people who serve on the CPA Committee would be selected. This was the primary topic of discussion at the September 12. […]
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Interview: Charity Founded by Watertown Teen Helps Homeless People Buy Essential Supplies WCA-TV Studio – When Joanna Munson-Palomba was just 13 years old, she started a charity to help homeless people. Her charity, called “Cards4ACause,” raises money for gift cards that are handed out to homeless people so they can buy essential items, such as […]
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Watertown Community Donates Thousands of Items for Hurricane Harvey Relief Watertown Police Department- In the wake of the devastation caused in Houston by Hurricane Harvey, the Watertown Police Department began collecting items such as blankets, pet food, and food to send to people affected by the storm. The endeavor is being organized by Watertown Police […]
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Victory Field Phase II Committee Discusses Ways to Improve Driveway, Make Area Safer for Pedestrians Town Hall – At the Victory Field Phase II Ad-Hoc committee’s August 29 meeting, members deliberated ways the area could be made safer for pedestrians walking to and from the complex. Additionally, committee members discussed making changes to the driveway […]
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Sports Report: WHS Volleyball Falls in Opener, Football Team Previews Upcoming Season WCA-TV Studio – In the first sports report of the fall season, the Watertown High School volleyball team looks to continue its success following the program’s first tournament appearance last year. Ahead of their first game of the season, head football coach John […]
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Watertown Community Stands in Solidarity with Charlottesville, Holds Candlelight Vigil Watertown Square – Hundreds of Watertown residents lined the delta in Watertown Square on Monday night to protest hate and bigotry in the wake of this past weekend’s violent events in Charlottesville, VA. A candlelight vigil was organized by Watertown Citizens for Peace, Justice and […]
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Musicians, Performers from Boston, Florida and Canada Coming to Watertown for “Total Praise” Concert Mosesian Center for the Arts – Later in August there will be a unique concert coming to Watertown.“Total Praise,” which performs a variety of music with varying dance styles, will be performing on August 27 at the Mosesian Center for the […]
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