Medical Marijuana Shop Approved for Watertown Looks to Also Sell Recreationally Town Hall – A group that has already been approved by the town to operate a medical marijuana shop in Watertown has filed an application to also sell recreational marijuana. The group, NSA JO Holdings Inc., went before the Committee on Economic Development and […]
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Watertown Marine Killed During Vietnam War Honored with Memorial Emerson Road – Nine Watertown residents were killed in action during the war in Vietnam. Over the years, eight of them have received memorials at various locations in town. Now, the ninth of these heroes will have a town square named in their honor. Check Out […]
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New Owner of Proposed Apartment Complex Meets with Neighbors for First Time 103 Morse Street – A proposed apartment complex located at 101-103 Morse Street in Watertown had been the subject of multiple Zoning board meetings over the past two years. After not getting approval, the property was eventually sold to a new owner who […]
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Annual Three-Day Festival Celebrates Greek Culture, Brings Together Hundreds of Volunteers Taxiarchae-Archangels Church – Watertown’s Coolidge Square was the place to be last weekend for the Taxiarchae-Archangels Greek Orthodox Church’s annual Greek festival. The Festival featured homemade Greek cuisine, pastries, Greek frappé coffee, Greek music and dancing, Greek imports and souvenirs, a bookstore, children’s games. […]
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Town Council Will Consider Reduced Liquor License Costs for Certain Arsenal Yards Restaurants Town Hall – At the Committee on Rules and Ordinances’ June 13 meeting, Arsenal Yards developer Boylston Properties requested that some Arsenal Yards tenants have the ability to obtain a liquor license from the town without paying the full cost of the […]
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Superintendent Outlines Goals, Achievements of Public Schools Town Hall – In the first School Committee meeting following the 2018-2019 school year, Superintendent Dr. Dede Galdston outlined some achievements of the school system this year and some goals going forward. Check Out the Video! Produced by Steven Accardi, Videographer June 20, 2019 Back to Watertown Weekly […]
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Pilot Project Achieves Goal of Moving Buses Along Mt. Auburn Street Faster BNN Administration Build – Officials from Watertown, Cambridge, the MBTA, MASSDot, and the Massachusetts DCR held a public meeting on June 12 to reveal the data obtained by the Mt. Auburn Street Bus Priority Pilot Project. The pilot was fully implemented in October […]
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Big Turnout for Opening Day of Watertown Farmers’ Market, Now at Saltonstall Park SaltonStall Park – The Watertown Farmers’ Market held its grand opening on Wednesday, June 12 at Salonstall Park. In previous years, the market was held at the Arsenal in front of the Mosesian Center front the Arts and Panera Bread. Now it […]
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Art Exhibit Shows Off the Talents of Senior Center Members Watertown Senior Center – Local artists from the Watertown Senior Center’s Monday morning art class were able to have their art on display during a public art exhibit. The gallery was held at the Senior Center June 4-7, but some of the art will move […]
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Watertown Honors Its Veterans During Memorial Day Parade Main Street – A great Watertown tradition continued during Memorial Day weekend. After a week of flag planting, ceremonies, wreath laying, and dedications honoring fallen veterans, Watertown’s annual Memorial Day parade brought together the community to honor those who gave their lives in defense of our country. […]
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