Learn How to Join the Watertown Mother’s Day Walk for Peace Team

The following announcement was provided by organizers of the Watertown Mother’s Day Walk for Peace team WATERTOWN – On Sunday May 12, Watertown residents will once again join together in the Mothers’ Day Walk for Peace, supporting the Louis D. Brown Peace Institute and its services to families and communities affected by violence and trauma. This is the TENTH year Watertown Walks for Peace (WW4P) has shown…

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Watertown & Belmont Teaming Up for Weekend-Long Juneteenth Celebration

WATERTOWN – Later this month, Watertown Community for Black Lives (WCBL) will team up with the Belmont Human Rights Commission for an entire weekend of activities to celebrate Juneteenth. This is the third annual event organized by WCBL, but it will mark the first time that holiday is celebrated in Belmont. -Saturday, June 17th –…

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Watertown Students Walkout for School Gun Violence

WATERTOWN – In a demonstration that has become all-to-familiar over the years, students at Watertown High School took time out of the school day on Wednesday, April 5th to gather in front of the school to voice frustrations and call to action following another school student in Nashville. Recent Stories

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State Senator Will Brownsberger Talks Transportation, Climate Change, and Affordable Housing in Latest WCA-TV Interview

WATERTOWN – Massachusetts Suffolk & Middlesex District State Senator Will Brownsberger visited WCA-TV this week to share some updates on his work in the State House and some other issues he’s focusing on during the current session. During his interview with WCN’s volunteer news anchor Maya Shwayder, Senator Brownsberger discussed he MBTA, legislation passed last…

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