Town Councilors Look to Improve Early Voting Process in Next Election Town Hall – In last November’s election, thousands of Watertown voters took advantage of the early voting process. At the first Town Council meeting of 2017, Councilors examined how the process went and what can be done to streamline it. Check Out the Video! […]
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Sports Report: WHS Basketball Continues to Roll WCA-TV Studio – Catch up on Watertown High School’s boys and girls basketball teams and the great seasons they’re having in this week’s Watertown Weekly Sports Report. Check Out the Video! Produced by Dan Hogan, News Producer Andrea Santopietro, Outreach Coordinator Sam Dudley, Videographer Kyle Igoe, Playback Operations […]
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School Committee Holds Election of Officers, Discusses Budget Projections Town Hall – At the first School Committee meeting of the new year, members held the annual election of officers. Interim superintendent Dr. John Brackett also helped lay out the budget projections for the next fiscal year. Check Out the Video! Produced by Sam Dudley, Videographer […]
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Planning Board Votes Unanimously to Approve Remodeling of Arsenal Project Town Hall – The Watertown Planning Board met for the first time in 2017 to vote on whether or not to approve the Arsenal Project remodeling master plan. After hearing from residents and town officials during public forum, Planning Board members voted unanimously to allow […]
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Perkins School for the Blind Unveils New Accessible Entrance Perkins School for the Blind – The Hilton Building at the Perkins School for the Blind has never been one that had been easily accessible by the student population. Home of Perkins’ deafblind program, The Hilton Building was without ramps, a large enough elevator, or any […]
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Sports Report: Boys Basketball Wins Fourth Straight, Girls Win in OT WCA-TV Studio – Watertown High School’s basketball and hockey teams continued to play during their winter break. The boys team is having a great season despite losing its first game, and the girls team played a close one that went to overtime. Catch up […]
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Senior Center Gets Lesson in History of Watertown Senior Center – Members of the Senior Center were treated to a special presentation this week by the President of the Historical Society of Watertown, Marilynne Roach. In the presentation, Roach told attendees about the S.S Watertown, the former name of Watertown Square, and she showed some […]
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Watertown Tastes: Branch Line Branch Line – Co-owned and operated by Watertown resident Andrew Holden, Branch Line is a restaurant that is directly incorporated into the historic Watertown Arsenal. Serving a variety of upscale dishes and offering a dining experience that can only be found here in Watertown, Branch Line is a perfect stop for […]
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Future of School Buildings Topic of Joint Town Council/School Committee Meeting Town Hall – A joint meeting of the School Committee and Town Council was held on Dec. 19 with architecture firm SMMA to review possible ways to improve or replace Watertown school buildings. The Steering Committee of the Master Plan Design Process began meeting […]
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Watertown Chief of Police Reacts to ‘Patriots Day’ Watertown Police Department – On Dec. 14, members of the Watertown Police Department and their families attended the premiere of Patriots Day at the Wang Theater in Boston. They joined survivors of the Boston Marathon attacks and local celebrities on the red carpet to celebrate the movie’s […]
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