DCR Seeks Input From Watertown Residents Regarding Mount Auburn Corridor *Shady Hill School – Amid rising concerns about safety and traffic congestion along what is known as the “Mount Auburn Corridor” (sections of Mount Auburn Street leading towards Fresh Pond), the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) is currently conducting a study, during which […]
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Sports Report: Four WHS Teams Competing in Tournament Play WCA-TV – It has been yet another exciting week for the Raiders. Four athletics squads competed in tournament play. See highlights of the football, field hockey, soccer and volleyball teams as they looked to advance. Check Out the Video! Produced by Dan Hogan, News Producer Andrea […]
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Late-Autumn Beauty on Full Display at Mount Auburn Cemetery Mount Auburn Cemetery – New England is well-known for its beautiful fall foliage. Join our crew for a drive through Mount Auburn Cemetery to see the changing colors of the trees and the spectacular view from atop Washington Tower. Check Out the Video! Produced by Andrea […]
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Town Council Meets to Discuss Medical Marijuana Dispensaries Town Hall – On Oct. 26, the Economic Development and Planning Subcommittee met with representatives of medical marijuana dispensaries who are interested in opening such establishments in Watertown. At the most recent Town Council meeting, councilors discussed how these shops would be handled if they were to […]
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Hundreds Run in Support of Boys and Girls Club Watertown – On Nov. 6, the Boys and Girls Club of Watertown held its 13th annual 5K Road Race to benefit the organization and pay tribute to the organization’s many leaders. Hundreds of current and former “Club Kids” were present at the event as well as […]
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Senator Will Brownsberger Talks Charter Schools, CPA and More WCA-TV Studio – Massachusetts State Senator Will Brownsberger, who represents the Second Suffolk and Middlesex Districts of Massachusetts, joins Watertown Weekly News live in studio to discuss his thoughts on the Nov. 8 election. He expresses his thoughts and opinions on the Community Preservation Act, Charter […]
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Sports Report: Smith’s Three TDs Leads Raiders to Semifinals WCA-TV Studio – The Watertown High School football team opened its tournament run as the No. 1 seed in the MIAA Division 3 North standings. The Raiders welcomed Austin Prep to Victory Field in the Quarterfinals of the state tournament last Friday night. Dan Hogan has […]
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Medical Marijuana Dispensaries Interested in Opening in Watertown Town Hall – At the Oct. 26 Economic Development and Planning Subcommittee Meeting, representatives of medical marijuana dispensaries discussed with town officials and residents the possibility of opening up dispensaries in Watertown. See the video below for a recap of the meeting. The full meeting can be […]
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Dogs Get in the Halloween Spirit at the Commander’s Mansion Commander’s Mansion – On the Friday before Halloween, the Commander’s Mansion threw a party for families in Watertown called the “Lil’ Monster Mash.” It was very successful and will be something kids in the community can look forward to for years to come. Earlier that […]
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Sports Report: Football Wins in OT, Volleyball Reaches First Tournament WCA-TV Studio – It has been yet another exciting week for Watertown Sports. In football, the Raiders brought home another win for Watertown High – this time against the Stoneham Spartans. The girls’ volleyball team had reason to celebrate as well, as it was recently […]
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