Belmont News & Updates

Wellesley Council on Aging500 Washington St.Phone: 781-235-3961Office hours: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Mondays through FridaysStaff: Heather Munroe (director of senior services), Kate Burnham (health and social services administrator), Amy Rose (senior activities coordinator), Andria DeSimone (office administrator) and Sally Miller (volunteer coordinator), Sarah Paglione (activities assistant) and Roslyn Comenitz (department assistant).Optimize your Quality of [...] [...]
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Belmont World Film's Summer Film Feast, featuring virtual film screenings and discussions that explore cross-cultural food and cooking, will continue with the North American premiere of “The Taste of Pho.”It will be available for streaming online from Aug. 3-10, culminating in a virtual discussion of the film moderated by Boston Globe and WBUR film reporter Loren King at 7:30 p.m. Aug. 10.“The Taste of Pho” was originally scheduled to be the [...] [...]
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Are you planning to vote in the state primary Sept. 1 or the presidential state election Nov. 3 this year? Do you usually like to vote in person on election day? This is certainly a different election season and different behavior will help to keep us all safe and guarantee your ballot gets counted on election day. The Massachusetts Legislature voted new entitlements in the election laws that allow all registered voters to vote by mail, with no excuse necessary. The Belmont town clerk [...] [...]
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A fire which damaged the Administration building at McLean Hospital on July 29 is being investigated as arson.Belmont Fire responded to an alarm of fire/smoke in the Administration building at McLean Hospital at 3:03 p.m. on July 29. The fire was quickly extinguished.McLean Hospital security surveillance cameras revealed a male suspect wearing brown dress shoes, blue pants, a long sleeve button-down shirt, surgical mask and sunglasses entering the front door of the [...] [...]
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If you have not been to the Watertown Mall in a while, it will look a bit different inside with hand sanitizers in various locations and the massage chairs removed temporarily, but all the retailers in the center are open for business. Mall officials sent out the followingstatement: “Along with our own routine sanitizing, we […] [...]
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