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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Sports Report: Boys Soccer Clinches Playoff Spot WCA-TV Studio – Many of the Raiders athletic teams were on the road this past week, however the boys soccer team hosted a pair of home games vs. Reading Memorial and Burke. Check Out the Video! Produced by Dan Hogan, News Producer Andrea Santopietro, Assistant Director Victoria Weichel, […]
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Net-Zero School Buildings a Possibility for Watertown Town Hall – At the October 2 School Building Committee, lead architects presented a proposal for the new Hosmer and Cunniff School buildings to become the first net-zero schools in Watertown and among the most energy efficient schools in Massachusetts. Check Out the Video! Produced by Dan Hogan, […]
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Sports Report: Boys Soccer Continues Strong Season, Football Falters on Senior Night WCA-TV Studio – It was a Friday night doubleheader with the boys soccer team hosting rival Belmont and the football team playing an important divisional game against Wilmington. Check Out the Video! Produced by Dan Hogan, News Producer Andrea Santopietro, Assistant Director Ashley […]
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Breast Cancer Awareness, Restored Police Cruiser Front and Center at Annual Faire Saltonstall Park – There was beautiful weather once again this past weekend for Watertown’s 21st annual Faire on the Square. Held at Saltonstall Park, the faire featured dozens of community groups, candidates running for office, rides, food, performers, and much more. Check Out […]
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Sports Report: Raiders and Red Devils Come Down to the Final Moments in Middlesex Football Matchup Sports Report – It was a thrilling Friday evening at Victory Field as Watertown welcomed Middlesex League rival Burlington to town. Despite leading by a touchdown at halftime, the Raiders were in comeback mode in the game’s final minutes. […]
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Watertown Mulling Pros and Cons of Adding Fleet of Electric Scooters Town Hall – Watertown Committee on Economic Development and Planning met onSeptember 16 to discuss the possibility of participating in a regional electric scooter initiative. The town is planning on ending its contract with Lime Bikes after the fall season, and next spring could […]
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Sports Report: Opening Night an Offensive Showcase for Raiders Football Team WCA-TV Studio – Watertown High School’s fall sports teams saw plenty of success this past week, including two wins for the field hockey team and a game-winning penalty kick late in the game for the boys soccer team. However it was the success of […]
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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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Sports Report: Raiders Football Preview, Field Hockey & Boys Soccer Open Season WCA-TV Studio- The fall sports season has finally started, WCA-TV’s Dan Hogan brings you the highlights of the field hockey, boys soccer, and volleyball teams first games of the season. We’ll also have a feature about how the Raiders football is preparing for […]
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