Community Samples Healthy Soups in First Eat Well Watertown Event of the Year Watertown Free Public Library – Local healthy living organization Live Well Watertown recently organized its healthy eating and cooking community event of the year. The recurring series, called Eat Well Watertown, allows the community to sample tasty and healthy dishes that reflect […]
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Improving Pedestrian Safety, Community Paths Focus of Latest Complete Streets Meeting Town Hall – On Feb. 28, the Watertown Department of Public Works held a second public meeting to present the Complete Streets Prioritization Plan. During the meeting, project leaders went over project recommendations, criteria and methodology, and next steps in the process. Check Out […]
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Events Focusing on Immigration Being Held Throughout March for Library’s “One Book, One Watertown” Celebration Watertown Free Public Library – For the tenth year in a row, the Watertown Free Public Library has selected a book for the entire community to read and discuss during the “One Book, One Watertown” celebration. The 2018 selection is […]
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Ways to Improve Public Transit Examined at “Complete Streets” Community Meeting Watertown Free Public Library – At a community meeting on Feb. 15, representatives from the MBTA spoke to residents about how public transit can be improve on Mt. Auburn Street using the “Complete Streets” approach. Check Out the Video! Produced by Mark Aiello, Videographer […]
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Residents, Town Officials Give Their Thoughts on Short-Term Rentals such as Airbnb in Watertown Watertown Free Public Library – At a public meeting held on Feb. 21, the Watertown Department of Community Development took feedback from residents and town officials about short-term rentals in Watertown. These services include Airbnb and HomeAway. Currently Watertown has no […]
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Sports Report: WHS Boys Basketball Wins in Blowout, Girls Hockey Ties WCA-TV Studio – – In the final week of regular season play for Watertown High School’s athletic squads, the boys basketball team continued its recent dominance with a commanding win over Wilmington. Check Out the Video! Produced by Dan Hogan, News producer Andrew Santopietro, […]
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Boy Scouts Celebrate 100 Years of Scouting in Watertown Belmont-Watertown United Methodist Church – Past, present and future members of Watertown’s Troop 30 Boy Scouts held an event on Saturday, Feb. 10 to celebrate 100 years of scouting in Watertown. Check Out the Video! Produced by Dan Hogan, News Producer February 15, 2018 Back to […]
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Senator Will Brownsberger Talks Immigration, Criminal Justice, and Donald Trump at Town Hall Meeting in Watertown Watertown Free Public Library – Watertown State Senator Will Brownsberger, who also serves Belmont and portions of Boston, held several town hall-style meetings recently throughout his district. On Feb. 10, the Senator visit the Watertown Free Public Library to […]
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Planning Board Discusses Renovations to Armenian Cultural and Educational Center Town Hall – At its Feb. 14 meeting, the Watertown Planning board heard only one case. It regarded changes to the Armenian Cultural and Educational Center on Nichols Avenue. Check Out the Video! Produced by Ashley Hardy, Videographer February 15, 2018 Back to Watertown Weekly […]
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Plans for Memorials Honoring Two Watertown Heroes Announced by Town Council Town Hall – The Town Council has announced plans to construct two memorials honoring fallen Watertown heros. Firefighter Joseph Toscano, who passed away nearly one year ago while fighting a fire on Merrifield Avenue, will be honored by a memorial placed at the site […]
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