Sports Report: Boys Hockey Scores First Round Upset, Track Star Camara Wins at New England Championships WCA-TV Studio – The Watertown High School boys hockey team has won its first tournament game in three years. On February 28, the Raiders hosted Wayland in the first round of the MIAA Div. 3 North tournament, winning 4-1. […]
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Author Talk, Book Crafts, and Expert Presentations Highlight Watertown Library’s One Book, One Watertown Events Watertown Free Public Library – In March and April, the Watertown Free Public Library will offer a wide range of special events inspired by The Library Book by Susan Orlean. The Library Book is WFPL’s 2019 pick for One Book, […]
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Zoning Board Hearing on Morse Street Garage Withdrawn While Zoning Ordinance is Updated Town Hall – A Zoning Board of Appeals case that was to examine a garage addition at 73-75 Morse Street in Watertown was put on hold to allow the town to update the zoning ordinance. Check Out the Video! Mark Aiello, Videographer […]
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Sports Report: Raiders Boys Basketball Upset in First Round of MIAA Tournament WCA-TV Studio – After a slow start to the season, the Raiders boys basketball team hit a hot streak that took them into the state tournament. Watertown entered the Div. 3 North tournament as the No. 7 seed which gave them a home […]
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Town Council Approves Emergency Planning Committee and Multifunctional School Buses Town Hall – The Town Council met on Tuesday, February 26 to discuss a variety of topics. The two major talking points revolved around emergency planning and multifunctional buses for school districts. The committee authorized the Town Manager to enter into an agreement with 22 […]
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School Building Committee Praises Work of Elementary School Architect, Wants to Hire New Project Manager for Future Projects Town Hall – The Watertown School Building Committee meet briefly on Wednesday, February 20. Now that the schematic designs of the elementary schools are finalized, the committee has begun reviewing the work of the lead architects and […]
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Sports Report: Basketball Teams Crush Stoneham on Senior Night WCA-TV Studio – In the first game of last Friday’s basketball double header, the boys team welcomed Stoneham to Kelly Gymnasium. Off the opening tip the Raiders were aggressive on both sides of the court. Gabriel Spinelli continued his dominant form this season. The Raiders defense […]
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Local Students Create Innovative Pop-Up Museum Chronicling Watertown’s History Boston’s Jewish Community Day School – Seventh and eighth grade students from Boston’s Jewish Community Day School have designed and constructed an immersive “Pop-Up” museum that chronicles Watertown’s history. The Pop-Up museum featured nine different exhibits featuring Perkins School for the Blind, Armenian history in Watertown, […]
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Town Moves Forward in Effort to Update Outdated Noise Ordinance Town Hall – The Committee on Human Services and the Committee on Rules and Ordinances held a joint meeting on February 13 to continue discussions about updating the town’s outdated noise ordinance. Check Out the Video! Produced by Dan Hogan, News Producer February 14, 2019 […]
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School Building Committee Weighs Pros and Cons of Construction Manager at Risk Town Hall – The massive project of renovating and rebuilding Watertown’s three elementary schools is continuing to move forward. At the February 6 School Building Committee meeting, the major action item was debating a construction manager at risk. A massive project like this […]
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