Watertown Police Sergeant at Center of 2013 Shootout with Marathon Terrorists Retires Watertown Police Station- Helicopters and sirens were heard all along Main St. on Tuesday afternoon, but it marked a happy occasion as the community celebrated a Watertown hero on his retirement. Sgt. John MacLellan has been with the Watertown police force for 30 […]
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Watertown Teachers, Students Share Experiences of Teaching and Learning From Home Watertown – WIth Watertown schools closed until May 4 and possibly beyond, teachers and students in Watertown have been slowly acclimating to doing educational activities from home. WWN spoke with two teachers and two students about how they are handling day-to-day activities, as well […]
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Town Manager Discusses Issues Surrounding the Town’s 2021 Budget Town Council – *For the first time since March 10, the Watertown Town Council was able to conduct a meeting. On April 14th, members of the Council logged in from their homes for an online meeting, which featured a presentation from Town Manager Michael Driscoll concerning […]
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WCA-TV Staff Working From Home Indefinitely, News Programming Will Continue WCA-TV Studio- For the foreseeable future, WCA-TV’s staff will no longer work at the TV station at 50 Columbia St., but instead will work on various projects from home. Our channels will continue to run, and we will still have news programming. Our flagship news […]
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WCA-TV Staff Give Their Suggestions on Ways to Stay Entertained While at Home WCA-TV Studio – During this uncertain time, many of us are turning to services like Netflix, HBO, and Amazon Prime to keep ourselves entertained while stuck at home. WCA-TV’s staff is no exception, and has provided their recommendations for movies, shows, games […]
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Watertown Has First Presumptive Case of Coronavirus, Health Director Discusses Town’s Preparation *This video was produced before the Health Department announced it had been advised there is a presumptive positive case of COVID-19 in Watertown. As a result, some information contained in the video about the number of cases in Watertown is inaccurate. WCA-TV Studio […]
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Sports Report: Three Watertown Teams Compete in North Section Quarterfinals WCA-TV Studio – It’s been a busy winter for Watertown High School athletics, with multiple teams competing in postseason play. Among them are the boys and girls basketball teams and the boys hockey team who each won a first round game to advance to the […]
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Senator Will Brownsberger Believes MBTA Needs Funding Increase, Stresses Importance of 2020 Census WCA-TV Studio – Watertown State Senator Will Brownsberger joined Watertown Weekly News’ Jim Vershbow in studio for a detailed discussion about transportation, bicycle laws, the 2020 census, and much more. An excerpt of the interview aired during Watertown Weekly News. Check Out […]
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Urgent Care Veterinary Clinic Opens in Watertown, Provides After Hours Care for Pets PetMedic – Many of us are familiar with urgent care walk-in clinics. They can come in handy when your primary care doctors office is closed or you can’t make an appointment, but you still need to see a doctor as soon as […]
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Sports Report: Girls Basketball Scores Tourney Upset, Boys’ Coach Wins 400th Game WCA-TV Studio – It’s tournament time at Watertown High School, and the girls and boys basketball teams are already moving on after Div. III North First-Round victories this week. Raiders boys coach Steve Harrington won his 400th game in their victory over Saugus. […]
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