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Week in Review: Man Jumped by Two Attackers, Developers Go Back to Drawing Board

Also this week, Charles River improvements lack state funds, man tried to pay court fees with counterfeit cash and Eliza Dushku talks about social justice in Uganda.

 

A man was attacked by two strangers as he walked down Main Street. He told police he did not get a good look at his attackers because they pulled his hood over his head.

Developers of proposed condo complex on Pleasant Street must redraw their building. Neighbors oppose the project, and say a redesign won't fix it.

Watertown officials want to rejuvinate as section of the bank of the Charles River, but found out that the state would not have the funding this year for the project. They have not given up hope of getting the money, however. 

A Watertown man found himself in legal hot water at the Brighton Court House when he tried to pay court fees with counterfeit cash. 

during an event at Brandeis University in February.

Gayle January 20, 2013 at 04:01 PM
Watertown officials want to rejuvinate as section of the bank of the Charles River, but found out that the state would not have the funding this year for the project. They have not given up hope of getting the money, however. You need an editor to to ctach your spelling errors. "rejuvenate"

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