Wednesday night, the Zoning Board of Appeals approved a major office renovation, including a new garage, noting that the project had been a collaboration of developers with the town and neighbors.
Watertown Recreation Director Peter Centola shared some of his ideas for how to improve the Recreation facilities and programs when he appeared before the Town Council for his budget hearing.
The man who filed an appeal against the Zoning Board of Appeal’s decision to approve the CVS in Coolidge Square has dropped his suit in State Land Court.
The Watertown Firefighters are quickly approaching six years without a contract and they wanted to make sure the Town Council did not forget Tuesday night.
A group of communities will gather to discuss noise and air pollution in the area from airplanes from Logan Airport. Continue Reading →
With all the new housing going up around town, it may not come as a surprise, but Watertown had the fastest growth in Massachusetts according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Continue Reading →
The Department of Conservation and Recreation will meet on Tuesday, June 9 to discuss the planned bicycle and pedestrian path linking Watertown and Cambridge. Continue Reading →
The Watertown Police Department will host an assessment team in June as the department seeks to gain accreditation from the state. Continue Reading →
Watertown’s new Veterans’ Services Officer has plans to bring things up to date and give the town’s current and former veterans their due. Continue Reading →
On Monday June 8, the Town Council will hold a special meeting to discuss zoning changes proposed for the Arsenal on the Charles complex, owned by athenahealth. Continue Reading →