Potential Renovations to Casey Park and Moxley Park Shown at Two Community Meetings Town Hall – The Watertown Recreation Department held community two meetings to present renderings of potential renovations to Casey Park and Moxley Park. Casey Park Renovations Produced by Ashley Hardy, Videographer February 8, 2018 Moxley Park Renovations Produced by Sam Dudley, Videographer […]
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School Committee Gives Projections for Future Student Enrollment Town Hall – At the Feb. 5 School Committee meeting, members discussed projected student enrollment numbers. Additionally, the Teaching and Learning Showcase was also a prime topic on the agenda. Check Out the Video! Produced by Ashley Hardy, Videographer February 8, 2018 Back to Watertown Weekly News […]
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Sports Report: WHS Boys Basketball and Ice Hockey Teams Earn Commanding Victories WCA-TV Studio – Watertown High School’s boys and girls basketball and ice hockey teams were all in action this week. The boys teams had their biggest wins of the season, and girls hockey narrowly lost. Check Out the Video! Produced by Dan Hogan. […]
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Citizens, Police, Attorneys and Students Have Open Conversation About Immigration in Watertown Watertown Free Public Library – The Refugee Support Group of Watertown sponsored an event on Jan. 28 called “US Immigration Challenge: How to Create Meaningful Dialogue in Our Community.” Featured speakers included an immigration attorney, a member of the Watertown Police Department, and […]
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Watertown Organization that Sends Care Packages to Troops Struggling Due to Rising Postage Costs Shutt Detachment Marine Corps League – Operation American Soldier has been sending care packages to soldiers serving overseas for the past 15 years. The care packages include things like socks, magazines, snacks, and many other important items. However, this organization is […]
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School Committee Members Debate Building a New High School at Current Lowell School Site Town Hall – At a special School Committee on Jan. 29, members had a discussion about possibly constructing a new high school where Lowell Elementary currently sits. Check Out the Video! Produced by Kenny Elas, Videographer February 1, 2018 Back to […]
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Sports Report: Ice Hockey and Basketball Games Come Down to the Wire WCA-TV Studio – It was a week of very exciting games for the boys and girls ice hockey teams as well as the boys basketball team. Unfortunately, only one of those teams came away with a win. Check Out the Video! Produced by […]
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New Smart Glasses A Big Help for Students, Faculty and Visitors at Perkins School for the Blind *LocaPerkins School for the Blind – At an event on Jan. 23, the Perkins School for the Blind announced its partnership with Aira – the creator of smart glasses designed to assist blind and visually impaired individuals. Check […]
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Town Manager Michael Driscoll Reveals Top Priorities in Five-Year Capital Improvement Program Town Hall – At the Jan. 23 Town Council meeting, Town manager Michael Driscoll revealed the various projects that will be funded by the 2019-2023 capital improvement program. Check Out the Video! Produced by Kenny Elas, Videographer January 25, 2018 Back to Watertown […]
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Sports Report: Boys Ice Hockey Nets Five Goals in Big Win WCA-TV Studio – The Watertown High School boys ice hockey team played a rare game against Essex Agricultural this week. The Raiders came out firing en route to a big 5-1 victory. Check Out the Video! Produced by Dan Hogan, News Producer Andrea Santopietro, […]
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