Week in Review: Watertown Beats Belmont, Council President Opposes Marijuana Dispensaries

Also this week, Watertown Police foil shoplifter, plans for cleaning up former Army site and holiday dinner for veterans.


The Watertown High School football team ended years of frustration by beating archrival Belmont on Thanksgiving Day. Read highlights and see images from the game here. 

Town Council President Mark Sideris said he wants to take steps to prevent a medical marijuana dispensary from opening in Watertown. Read the story and share your thoughts here.

A shoplifter tried to steal sweaters and other items from Marshall's but he was caught by Watertown Police as he fled the Arsenal Mall. See where they caught the suspect.

The first details of plans to clean up the former Army site on Greenough Boulevard were unveiled by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers this week. Plans include creating a new wetland and a recreation area. See more information here.

Watertown veterans can enjoy a free holiday dinner at the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 1105. For more information click here.


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