WHS Girls Basketball Team Holds First Ever Media Day, Invites Youth Players to Practice WHS Gym – After missing the tournament last season, Watertown High School head basketball coach Pat Ferdinand decided to use the extra time to find new ways to invigorate the program. In addition to his team getting to use a locker […]
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Large Dog Park, Green Space, and Ball Courts Coming to Filippello Park Filippello Park – A 35-year-old vision is becoming a reality at Filippello Park. In past years, people driving or walking down Grove St. would see an empty lot with plenty of space and potential. In three short weeks, the Watertown community will be […]
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Watertown Winter Parking Ban is Back in Effect, Residents Once Again Protesting Town Hall – As the unforgiving cold weather and snow is right around the corner, Watertown is putting steps in place to help keep streets safe and clear during the winter months. The annual winter parking ban took effect this past week, meaning […]
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Sports Report: Watertown Squares Off with Belmont in Frigid Thanksgiving Day Game WCA-TV Studio – Thanksgiving is a day of feasting, spending quality time with loved ones, and football. A highly contested rivalry game is best way to kick off Turkey day, especially when it has the significance of Watertown vs. Belmont. This historical game […]
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Town Council Adopts Several Regulations for Recreational Marijuana Shops in Watertown Town Hall – The Town Council met on Tuesday, November 20 to have a significant discussion about recreational marijuana shops in Watertown – specifically where they would be located and how they would be regulated. Check Out the Video! Produced by Ashley Hardy, Community […]
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School Building Committee Presented with Increased Budget and New Schematic Plan Changes for School Buildings Town Hall – As the School Building Committee inches their way towards the start of construction, plans and budgets are always changing. At the November 8 meeting, the board was presented with an updated budget of the construction costs and […]
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Planning Board Grants Special Permit for Mixed-Use Warehouse Town Hall – The Planning Board met briefly on November 8 to discuss a variety of different agenda items. The most talked about issue was about 36 Arlington Street. Currently the space is used in a variety of different ways, including the first floor being rented by […]
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School Committee Receive MCAS Results for High School and Middle School, School Building Projects Have Aggressive Deadline Town Hall – Town Hall – On Monday, November 19 the School Committee met at Town Hall for a lengthy meeting. At its previous meeting, Watertown Elementary School MCAS results were presented to the Committee. At this week’s […]
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Sports Report: Raiders Field Hockey Falls Short of State Title for First Time Since 2008 WCA-TV Studio – WCA-TV Studio – The toughest thing about building a dynasty is consistency. Watertown’s field hockey team have been the most dominant force in Massachusetts Division 2 field hockey division for the past decade. Nine straight state titles, […]
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Town Council Approves Residential Property Tax Increases and Preliminary Designs for Mt. Auburn Street Town Hall – The Town Council met on Tuesday, November 13 to discuss a variety of items.The Council approved a new proposed tax law in 2019. Single home owners will be taxed an additional average $160, two-families and condominiums will be […]
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