Belmont News & Updates

Photo: Belmont public school To the editor: I am a member of the Belmont Warrant Committee, a long time Town Meeting member and parent of three children who have been educated in the Belmont School system, two of whom have graduated in recent years. Last week at the Committee's first meeting since the Coronavirus emergency, […] [...]
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Photo: US Census 2020 With nearly 58 percent of residents already checked in, Belmont town officials are eager to have those remaining citizens join their neighbors and be counted in the 2020 US Census. Belmont Assistant Town Administrator Jon Marshall is asking residents to take the time to fill out the census form whether it's […] [...]
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Photo: Waste Management truck Washing your hands, putting on a cloth mask and staying indoors; those are acts all people should be doing to protect themselves and others during this long pandemic. Add to that list one more thing: Bag your trash. That's the advice coming from Waste Management, the town's trash and recycling hauler. […] [...]
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The Watertown Business Coalition will be gathering information to help the local business community weather the difficult times brought on by the Coronavirus, and it wants to know what areas to touch upon. The group has put together a survey about what subjects should be covered and how they should be presented. See the announcement […] [...]
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The Watertown Fire Department responded to a fire just a block from the Central Fire Station early Saturday morning, and put out the blaze before it spread. The fire occurred at 85 Main St., in an office building next to the Santander Bank, while the Fire Station is at 99 Main St. “It was a […] [...]
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