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Outstanding senior athletes were honored at a banquet at Watertown High School.
Desiree Pappenheimer writes that the ticketing of residents parking on Watertown streets is yet another strike against the town.
Sometime parenting can feel like I need parenting 101 over and over again.
News, Patch's House & Home
A sampling of homes purchased in Watertown and Waltham this week.
The MBTA will hold a meeting in Belmont about proposed changes to the 73 bus route and reconstruction of Belmont Street and Trapelo Road.
Police & Fire
Police followed marks on the road left by tireless rim, found woman who allegedly drove under the influence of prescription medication.
Town Council budget hearing, Revels and Perkins joint concert and WHS teams play in the state tournament.
Government, Public Safety
Police Chief Edward Deveau spotlighted some of the Police Department's achievements from the past year.
Town Councilor Angeline Kounelis and State Rep. Jonathan Hecht will host the meeting on Monday, June 4 at the AMVETS Post 41.
The Raiders reached the postseason in a number of sports this spring.
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