Athenahealth Sought Special Permit Allowing it to Lease Out 500 Parking Spaces Town Hall – One of Watertown’s largest employers, Athenahealth, applied for a special permit that would allow the company to lease out 500 unused parking spaces on its campus. Members of the Planning Board and the public were not supportive of the application. […]
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Partnership Between Town, Arsenal Yards Developer to Renovate Arsenal Park Nixed Amid Financial Disagreement Town Hall – Back in April, the Town Council approved the idea of a partnership with the developers of Arsenal Yards to speed up the redevelopment of Arsenal Park. Under the deal, contractors working for Arsenal Yards would also undertake the […]
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Arsenal Yards Laboratory Will be Available for Community Use, Dog Park Added to Plans Marriott Hotel – Developers of Arsenal Yards held another community meeting earlier this week to present updated design plans for Building G. This structure is proposed to be a life-science space that would house 156,000 square feet of lab space. At […]
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Arsenal Yards Developers Reveal Plans for Life-Science Building Arsenal Yards – The first amenities to the new Arsenal Yards development are beginning to take shape, but there are still pieces of the project that have yet to be finalized. In a few months the a parking garage will be completed, and a movie theater and […]
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Fresh Watertown Tradition Going Strong into its Fifth Year Arsenal on the Charles – Looking for a fun and fresh way to spice up your Thursday afternoons? Then make your way down to the Farmers Market on the green in front of the Mosesian Center for the Arts. Currently in its fifth year, this volunteer […]
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Watertown Restaurant Giving Employees a Chance to Bring Their Own Restaurant Visions to Life Branch Line – A Watertown restaurant will be opening two pop-up restaurants on April 10 and April 11 that have been created from scratch by its servers and bartenders. As part of Branch Line’s focus on staff training and education, the […]
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Public Meeting Discusses Possible Ways to Redesign Arsenal Park Commander’s Mansion – On Wednesday, October 11, a second public meeting was held to gather community input about the future of Arsenal Park. Check Out the Video! Sam Dudley, Videographer October 19, 2017 Back to Watertown Weekly News Page
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Town Begins Planning for Arsenal Park Redesign with Community Meeting Watertown Free Public Library – As plans for the redevelopment of the Arsenal on the Charles continue, the planning process for how Arsenal Park will be redesigned has begun. The Watertown Department of Community Development held a meeting to kickoff the redesign process of the […]
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Watertown Restaurant’s Rotating Roasters Program Gives Guests Taste of Coffees from Throughout U.S Branch Line – A popular Watertown restaurant best known for its food and beverage service is also putting a unique spin on the way it serves coffee. Branch Line’s rotating roaster’s program regularly brings in coffees from all over the United States […]
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Watertown Farmers Market Kicks off Under New Management Arsenal on the Charles – On June 1, the 2017 Watertown Farmers market officially kicked off. A variety of local farms and vendors will be accompanied by various Watertown-based organizations and nonprofits every Thursday afternoon from June until October. This year the market is under new management […]
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