Town Council Refers Zoning Amendment to Planning Board, Approves Trust Fund to Help Town in the Long-Term Town Hall – At the Jan. 22 Town Council meetings, Councilors held a first reading and referral to the planning Board of a zoning amendment to clear up rules and regulations for accessory structures located on private property, […]
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Community Celebrates 19th Annual Unity Breakfast in Honor of Martin Luther King Day Hellenic Cultural Center – Hundreds of Watertown residents and members of surrounding communities joined together on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day for the 19th annual Unity Breakfast. Check Out the Video! Produced by Dan Hogan, News Producer January 24, 2019 Back […]
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Popeye the Sailor Man Celebrates 90th Birthday WCA-TV Studio – The beloved cartoon character Popeye has been a staple in WCA-TV’s programming for years. He has frequently appeared in “Drawing with Fred,” which airs on WCA-TV’s Public Channel and is hosted by Watertown residents Fred Grandinetti. On Jan. 17, Popeye turned 90 years old. Fred […]
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School Superintendent Gives Updates on Various Goals Set Prior to the School Year Town Hall – At the Jan. 7 School Committee meeting, Superintendent Dr. Dede Galdston provided updates on many of the goals she set for the school district prior to the new school year. Check Out the Video! Produced by Mark Aiello, Videographer […]
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Sports Report: Boys Basketball Earns Commanding Win, Girls Ice Hockey Fights Back to Tie WCA-TV Studio – In another exciting Friday night Raiders basketball doubleheader, the girls basketball couldn’t get much going against a tough Wilmington team, however the boys team doubled up the visiting Wildcats 60-30. Also in this week’s sports report, see how […]
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Watertown Native Pens Book Chronicling Her Late Son’s Battle with Addiction WCA-TV Studio – Local author Kate Genovese joins us in studio to speak about her book “Hat Tricks From Heaven,” which tells the story of her son Chris “Geno” Genovese, who passed away at the age of 30 after accidentally overdosing. Kate is a […]
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Boston Bruins Players Visit Perkins School for the Blind to Play Goalball Perkins School for the Blind – Boston Bruins players Zdeno Chara, Ryan Donato, and Jakob Forsbacka Karlsson visited Perkins School for the Blind earlier this week to play goalball with students. Goalball is a sport designed specifically for blind individuals. It requires players […]
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Sports Report: WHS Basketball Welcomes Burlington to Town with Mixed Results WCA-TV Studio- After weeks of road games and holidays, the Watertown High School boys and girls basketball teams welcome division rival Burlington to town for a Friday night doubleheader. The girls team played the first game of the Friday evening tilt. This game was […]
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Sports Report: Ice Hockey Struggles, Track Star Still Setting Records WCA-TV Studio – The Holiday break is officially over but it was not a period of joy and happiness for the Watertown High School ice hockey teams. The boys and girls teams played two home games apiece during winter break. During the giving season the […]
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School Building Committee Examines Updated Conceptual Plans for Elementary School Buildings Town Hall – The Watertown School Building Committee convened for its first meeting of the new year on Wednesday, January 2. Committee members examined new conceptual designs for the Cunniff, Lowell, and Hosmer Elementary school buildings. Later in the meeting, Superintendent Dr. Dede Galdston […]
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