Town Officials Hear from Second Medical Marijuana Clinic Seeking to Open in Watertown Town Hall – On March 2nd,, the Committee on Economic Planning and Development heard a presentation from Alternative Therapies Group – a Medical Marijuana Dispensary looking to open a shop on Arlington Street in Watertown. Alternative Therapies Group is one of two […]
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“Watertown Welcomes Immigrants” as Hundreds Line Streets in Support Watertown Square – Towns and cities all over the country have begun declaring themselves “sanctuary cities” in response to President Donald Trump’s executive orders regarding immigrants coming to the United States. Several groups in Watertown are hoping to get town officials to declare Watertown as a […]
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Town Council Announces Cambridge Will Temporarily Stop Removing Watertown Trees Town Hall – At the Feb. 28 Town Council meeting, Council President Mark Sideris addressed the controversy of the city of Cambridge removing trees from Watertown’s linear path that runs behind town hall and between Waverly and Whites Avenue. Cambridge had been removing the trees […]
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Sports Report: Girls Basketball Rolls in Tournament Opener WCA-TV Studio – The Watertown High School girls basketball team began its tournament run on Feb. 28 at home against Chelsea High School. We’ve got all the highlights in this week’s sports report. Check Out the Video! Produced by Dan Hogan, News Producer Andrea Santopietro, Media Outreach […]
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Watertown Library’s “One Book, One Watertown” Explores Race Relations, Celebrates Ghanaian Culture Watertown Free Public Library – Throughout the month of March, the Watertown Free Public Library will be holding concerts, community discussions, food tastings, a photo gallery and more that will celebrate the culture of Ghana and explore race relations in the United States. […]
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Residents and Town Officials Express Concerns, Support for Medical Marijuana Clinic Town Hall – The possibility of a medical marijuana clinic opening its doors in Watertown continues to be a hotly debated topic among residents. With the hopes of addressing some concerns, NS AJO Holdings Inc., also known as Natural Selections, held a public meeting […]
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Traffic Commission Relocates Crosswalks and Bus Stop to Improve Pedestrian Safety Town Hall – Members of the Traffic Commission convened at their Feb. 22 meeting approve the relocation of a bus stop and crosswalk on Main Street. The changes, among others, will hopefully improve pedestrian safety in the area according to members. Check Out the […]
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Sports Report: WHS Wrestling Competes in State Meet WCA-TV Studio – Watertown High School’s winter sports teams have competed regular season play and are now preparing for the state tournament. The wrestling team participated in the Div. 2 State Championship meet at Wakefield High School. Check Out the Video! Produced by Dan Hogan, News Producer […]
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Planning Board Approves Mixed-Use Development on Pleasant Street Town Hall – At the Planning Board’s Feb 8. meeting, members approved a special permit for a new development located at 330-350 Pleasant Street in Watertown. The unanimous vote was not without debate as officials questioned one aspect of the project. Hear the full report on the […]
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Watertown Housing Partnership Holds Public Meeting Town Hall – The Watertown Housing partnership held a public meeting on Feb. 21, 2017 to review the 2018 ANnual Action Plan that details how Watertown will allocate Federal HOME funds for the coming fiscal year on programs that are planned in response to the priority needs identified in […]
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