Watertown Celebrates 17th Annual Faire on the Square Saltonstall Park – Local bands belting out original tunes and covers. Vendors shaking powdered sugar and cinnamon onto greasy plates of fried dough. Children playing games. Small business owners sitting at tables and chatting with locals. For Watertown residents, these scenes don’t just evoke happiness – they […]
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Fallen Local Veteran Honored Palfrey/Forrest Sts. – Pvt. Dominic J. Russo, a Watertown native, was honored posthumously in a ceremony outside his childhood home, at the corner of Palfrey and Forrest Streets. Russo was killed in action in September of 1942 while serving in World War II. During the ceremony, the intersection of Forrest and […]
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Sports Report: Football Home Opener, Varsity Ice Hockey Cancelled WCA-TV Studio – Fans at Victory Field welcomed the football team to its home opener against Plymouth South, Field Hockey tied the record for the longest winning streak in the country, and varsity boys ice hockey will be cancelled this year. We’ve got all that and […]
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Watertown Looks For A New Superintendent Town Hall – In the wake of Superintendent Dr. Jean Fitzgerald’s unexpected retirement last week, members of the Watertown School Committee sat down at this week’s school committee meeting to discuss whether they should hire an interim or a permanent superintendent. There has also been confusion in the community […]
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Living Well Watertown: Mount Auburn Cemetery Mount Auburn Cemetery – Mount Auburn Cemetery offers a wide variety of programs to promote a happy and healthy lifestyle. America’s oldest green space is a great place to take a walk, watch for birds, and coming soon – record scientific data. Over the course of the year, Mount […]
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Watertown Overcoming Addiction Holds 2nd Annual Candlelight Vigil St. Patrick’s Church – Family members and friends of those lost to substance abuse came together on Sep. 21st for a candlelight vigil, organized by Watertown Overcoming Addiction, to remember their loved ones. The event featured speakers – some of whom are currently in recovery themselves, and […]
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Sports Report: Football Rolls and Field Hockey Makes More History Watertown High School – It’s been another fantastic week for Watertown High School’s athletic squads. The Watertown field hockey team had a particularly exciting week and Raiders football opened their season up at Arlington Catholic. Check Out the Video! Produced by Dan Hogan, News Producer […]
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Watertown Public Schools Superintendent Announces Retirement Town Hall – During the School Committee meeting on Monday, September 12th, Dr. Jean Fitzgerald announced her retirement as superintendent of the Watertown Public Schools, effective October 7th. At the start of the meeting, Dr. Fitzgerald made a statement. Shortly following her statement was a public forum, where parents […]
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Historic Watertown: Edmund Fowle House Edmund Fowle House – It may look like an ordinary house, but the Edmund Fowle house is one of the oldest historical sites in Watertown. Built in 1772, the house was restored in 2004 and put back together to look almost exactly as it did in the 18th century. Join […]
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Opioid Addiction Forum Discusses Substance Abuse St. James Church – September is Recovery Month which is organized by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration to raise awareness and educate the public about mental and substance use disorders. Throughout the next few weeks and months, there will be events to educate the public and […]
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