Library Trustee of 36 Years Retires as Longest Serving Watertown Government Member Watertown Free Public Library – Library Trustee Ray Stern, who has served on the Watertown Board of trustees for 36 years, attended her final meeting on Tuesday, December 5. Town Council President Mark Sideris, Town Manager Michael Driscoll, and fellow Trustee Tim Tracy […]
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Improvements to Watertown Square and Public Safety Primary Topics at Town Council Town Hall – At the November 28 Town Council meeting, the Committee on Public Works reported on possible ways to improve Watertown Square. Check Out the Video! Produced by Sam Dudley, Videographer November 30, 2017 Back to Watertown Weekly News Page
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Victory Field Phase II Committee Discusses Storage Units for Track and Field Teams Town Hall – The Victory Field Phase II Ad-Hoc Committee met on November 28 to further discuss what type of storage units should be used for the athletic teams that frequent the field as well as the units’ locations. Check Out the […]
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Over a Thousand Runners Participate in Thanksgiving Day Road Race Donohue’s Bar & Grill – Over 1,000 runners signed up to run in the 12th annual Turkey Trot 5K road race hosted by Donohue’s Bar & Grill. All of the proceeds from the event benefit the Watertown Boys & Girls Club. Check Out the Video! […]
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Sports Report: Field Hockey Captures Ninth Straight Championship, Football Defeats Belmont on Thanksgiving WCA-TV Studio – On the Saturday before Thanksgiving, the Watertown High School field hockey team traveled to Worcester Polytechnic Institute to take on Oakmont in a rematch of the 2016 State Championship game. The Raiders were seeking their ninth consecutive State Championship. […]
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New Field Lighting for Filippello Park Discussed at Community Meeting Town Hall – Another recreational area in Watertown is being considered for renovation. The Grove Street and Arlington Street sides of Filippello Park are in need of both updated and new lighting. The Watertown Recreation Department held a community meeting on Thursday, November 16 to […]
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School Committee Selects Design Concept for High School’s Next Mascot Town Hall- After months of receiving submissions from the public, discussions and alterations, the Watertown High School Mascot Screening Committee presented four design concepts to the School Committee at the November 13 meeting. School Committee members then voted on which design concept would be best […]
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Sports Report: Another Late Comeback for WHS Football, Field Hockey Advances to State Championship WCA-TV Studio – It’s been a very exciting week for Watertown High School sports. The field hockey team was looking to advance to its ninth straight State Championship. Just days before that, the football team mounted a huge come from behind […]
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Town Council Approves Increase in Residential Tax Exemption Town Hall – At the November 14 Town Council meeting, Councilors voted to approve the 2018 tax classification which will include a one-percent exemption increased for residential properties. Check Out the Video! Produced by Ashley Hardy, Videographer November 16, 2017 Back to Watertown Weekly News Page
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Planning Board Discusses Arsenal Yards, Other Important Projects in Town Town Hall- At the November 8 Planning Board meeting, board members discussed a number of important topics, including Arsenal Yards. Check Out the Video! Produced by Kenny Elas, Videographer November 16, 2017 Back to Watertown Weekly News Page
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