Robot Built By High School Robotics Team Can Climb, Shoot Balls, and Spin Wheels Watertown High School – The Watertown High School Robotics team is hard at work in the robotics lab designing, constructing, and programming a robot for its biggest competition of the year. The team will compete in the FIRST robotics challenge in […]
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Newly Formed Watertown Business Coalition Hopes to Provide Valuable Resources to Local Business Owners and Entrepreneurs New Repertory Theatre Offices – After the Watertown-Belmont Chamber of Commerce closed in 2018, local businesses leaders in the Watertown Community took it upon themselves to establish a new organization to help local businesses and entrepreneurs. The Watertown Business […]
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Town Council Approves Galen Street Rezoning Request From Developer Town Hall – The Town Council voted 8-1 in favor of rezoning four parcels of land on Galen Street from limited business to industrial-2. The vote took place during the council’s meeting on February 12, two weeks after it was tabled for additional discussion. The site […]
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Sports Report: Boys Ice Hockey Holds Off Tough Opponent on Senior Night, Girls Basketball Mounts Impressive Comeback Effort WCA-TV Studio – It’s been another action-packed week in Watertown High School. The boys basketball team won a pair of hard-fought games, the girls basketball showed tremendous effort in a comeback loss, and the ice hockey teams […]
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Community Samples Healthy Soups at Live Well Watertown’s Third Annual Soup Fest Watertown Free Public Library – On Wednesday, February 5, local organization Live Well Watertown hosted Watertown’s third annual Soup Fest. Attendees learned about locally available winter soup ingredients and learned how to prepare nutritious and delicious dishes. Check Out the Video! Produced by […]
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Residents Concerned Over Proposed Rezoning on Galen Street, Town Councilor Organizes Informational Meetings Watertown Free Public Library – At the January 28 Town Council meeting, District B Town Councilor Lisa Feltner evoked a rule that delayed a vote on a zoning amendment until the following meeting. The vote would have rezoned four parcels of land […]
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Sports Report: Boys Basketball Continues Solid Season, Girls Hockey Holds Off Stoneham WCA-TV Studio – We’re about to hit the final stretch of the winter sports season at Watertown High School. In this week’s Sports Report, the boys basketball team wins a pair of games in impressive fashion, and the girls ice hockey team wins […]
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Four-Alarm Apartment Fire Displaces 31 Residents From Home, Community Raising Money to Help Robert Ford Road – A 4-alarm fire that spread through a 12-unit apartment building at 62 Robert Ford Road on Friday, January 24 resulted in 31 residents getting displaced from their homes. The watertown fire department received calls reporting the fire at […]
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Sports Report: Cook, Williams Shine for Raiders as Boys Basketball Team Wins Pair Games WCA-TV Studio – The Watertown High School boys basketball played on back-to-back days this week against rival Belmont and Boston Green. Both games offered up plenty to be excited about for the Raiders, including a thrilling back-and-forth contest against the Marauders. […]
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Watertown Celebrates 20th Anniversary of Unity Breakfast Celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Hellenic Cultural Center – Over 400 people braved the weather on a frigid Monday to celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. This past MLK day, the local organization World in Watertown hosted the 20th Unity Breakfast. Check Out the Video! […]
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