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Week in Review: Hurricane Sandy Hits Watertown, Man Refuses to Leave Old Country Buffet

Also this week, a thief stole two chalices from a church and the Raiders earn the top seed in the field hockey tournament.

 

Hurricane Sandy blew into town, causing damage by knocking over trees and taking out power to areas around Watertown. A few hairy moments occured during the storm, including the woman trapped in her apartment as a burning tree leaned on her home. 

An Allston man refused to leave Old Country Buffet after three hours, even though he had not ordered. Watertown Police were called and placed him under arrest.

A thief went into St. James Armenian Church and took two silver chalices from behind the altar.

Watertown High School's field hockey team continues to roll over the competition, and finished the regular season undefeated and earned top seed in the Div. 2 North state tournament.

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