Families Join Perkins School for the Blind for Annual Beeping Egg Hunt Perkins School for the Blind – An egg hunt that benefits both blind and sighted children was held on Saturday, April 6 on the Perkins School for the Blind campus. Perkins’ annual beeping egg hunt helps blind students participate by hiding eggs that […]
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Art Gallery Featuring the Work of Watertown Students Now on Display at Watertown Mall Watertown Mall – Artwork created by students from all five Watertown schools will brighten the day of people passing through the Watertown Mall. The Watertown Public Schools annual K-12 Art Show has returned to the mall as it has for about […]
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Sports Report: Girls Lacrosse, Baseball Teams Kickoff Spring Season with Wins WCA-TV Studio – The spring sports season officially kicked off at Watertown High School last Friday night when the girls lacrosse team hosted Arlington Catholic at Victory Field. The Raiders baseball team is coming into the season with most of its players returning from […]
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Middle School’s “Pennies for Patients” Drive in 16th Year of Raising Money for Cancer Research Watertown Middle School – Students and faculty at Watertown Middle School faced off in a basketball game last week as part of the school’s 16th annual Pennies for Patients fundraising drive. The basketball game is one of many events and […]
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Sports Report: Girls Lacrosse, Baseball Teams Scrimmage WCA-TV Studio – The spring sports season is just around the corner. Before the regular season begins, Watertown High Schools sports teams are tweaking their rosters and refining their skills in some scrimmages. Check Out the Video! Produced by Dan Hogan, News Producer Andrea Santopietro, Assistant Director Sam […]
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Arsenal Yards Laboratory Will be Available for Community Use, Dog Park Added to Plans Marriott Hotel – Developers of Arsenal Yards held another community meeting earlier this week to present updated design plans for Building G. This structure is proposed to be a life-science space that would house 156,000 square feet of lab space. At […]
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With Kindergarten Enrollment Down, New Elementary School Teachers to be Hired Town Hall – Watertown’s School Committee members gathered at Town Hall for the regularly scheduled meeting on March 21. The two major issues on the agenda list were enrollment in kindergarten classes and adjusting the 2020 fiscal budget. Due to low kindergarten enrollment, Watertown […]
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Watertown’s John Airasian Running Boston Marathon to Benefit Boston Children’s Hospital WCA-TV Studio – After his niece and son were both treated at Boston Children’s hospital, Watertown resident John Airasian knew that if he ever ran in the Boston Marathon he would do it to raise money for the hospital. Now that his kids are […]
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K-9 Unit Returns to Watertown Police Department for First Time in 25 Years Watertown Police Department – An 11-month-old male German Shepherd has joined Watertown Police as its first working K-9 in 25 years. After an extensive training program, this playful and friendly puppy will transition into the serious role of being a working police […]
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MBTA Proposing Fare Increase, Holds Meeting in Watertown to Gather Feedback Watertown Police Station – The MBTA held a community meeting at the Watertown Police Station on Monday, March 4. Residents packed the community room at the police station’s headquarters to talk with MBTA Officials. Topics covered included the Better Bus Project, Automated Fare Collection […]
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