Sports Report: Raiders Basketball, Ice Hockey Teams Go Undefeated in Home Action WCA-TV Studio- In a stellar week for Watertown High School’s winter sports team, the boys ice hockey team captured a come from behind win, the girls and boys basketball team earned tough home wins, and the girls ice hockey team scored five in […]
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Town Officials, Consultants Hear More From Community About Public Art Watertown Free Public Library – On Thursday, January 9, the Town of Watertown and its consulting firm conducted a second public workshop to garner feedback about public art, specifically what residents want to see more of. Check Out the Video! Produced by Ashley Hardy, Community […]
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Sports Report: Boys Hockey Has Dominant Weekend, Girls Basketball Falls Short WCA-TV Studio – Its been a solid winter season so far for the boys hockey team, who netted nearly ten goals in a pair of wins over the weekend. Meanwhile, the girls basketball team suffered another narrow loss at the hands of Lexington. Check […]
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Watertown’s Newest Elected Officials Sworn Into Office, Attention Focused on School Buildings Mosesian Center for the Arts – On Thursday, January 2, Waterown’s newly elected Town Councilors, School Committee members, and Library Trustees were sworn into office at a ceremony at the Mosesian Center for the Arts. During Town Council President Mark Sideris’ President’s address, […]
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Sports Report: Boys Basketball, Ice Hockey Win Handily, Girls Teams Narrowly Fall WCA-TV Studio – The winter sports season is in full swing at Watertown High School, with the boys basketball and ice hockey teams winning some big games early in the season. Check Out the Video! Produced by Dan Hogan, News Producer Andrea Santopietro, […]
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Officials Consider Applications of Four Marijuana Establishments Seeking to Open in Watertown Town Hall – The Town Council subcommittee on Rules and Ordinances discussed the applications of four marijuaana establishments at its December 12 meeting. The town cannot bar marijuana establishments from operating in Watertown, but it can dictate how many are allowed and where […]
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Sports Report: Girls Basketball Wins on Opening Night, Boys Basketball and Ice Hockey Fall WCA-TV Studio – In the first sports report of the winter season, the girls and boys basketball teams tipped-off their season with close games, and the boys ice hockey team fought hard against Wakefield Memorial. Check Out the Video! Produced by […]
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Watertown Veterans Commemorate 78th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor Attacks Watertown Square – On Friday, December 6,, the Watertown Veterans Services office held a brief ceremony in Watertown Square honoring those who lost their lives during the Pearl Harbor attacks on December 7, 1941. VSO Patrick George served in the Marine Corps for five years, and […]
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Planning Board Supports Residential Building on Main Street, Office Building on Walnut Street Town Hall – Developers who have submitted plans to redevelop the site at 85 Walnut Street went before the Planning Board on Wednesday, December 11. Developers have presented the plans for the former Doble Engineering building at two public meetings. Those plans […]
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Subcommittee Continues Discussion on Allowing, Regulating Short Term Rental Services Town Hall- At the November 21 Subcommittee on Rules and Ordinances meeting, members of the committee continued its discussions on whether or not to allow short term rental services, such as Airbnb, in Watertown. Check Out the Video! Produced by James Donovan, Videographer December 5, […]
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