Belmont News & Updates

Photo: Location in Watertown of the accident that took the life of a Sycamore Street resident. The Middlesex District Attorney's Office has identified a Belmont resident as the person killed when a tow truck ran her down just outside Watertown Square on Wednesday, Sept. 19. Benita Horner, 68, of Sycamore [...]
Thu, Sep 20, 2018, Continue reading at the source
Ewa Marrama, owner of Belmont Dental Laboratory and former resident, tragically lost her nine-year-old son, Nicholas, after he was struck by a falling tree limb on Shaw Road. The Children's Room in Arlington helped her and her daughter, Ella, cope with the sudden loss. For the eighth year, Marrama [...]
Thu, Sep 20, 2018, Continue reading at the source
Photo: Work has already begun on the new path around Clay Pit Pond. It's been more than two years after Town Meeting gave its OK, but finally, a premier Belmont recreation spot will soon have a new surface that the public will be able to use by Thanksgiving. In fact, [...]
Wed, Sep 19, 2018, Continue reading at the source
UpcomingThe Edible Alphabet: 10-11 a.m. Tuesdays and Wednesdays, Sept.11-Jan. 16, ChopChop Test Kitchen, 697 Belmont St., Belmont. Cost: $10. For information: 617-924-3993; allie@chopchopmag.org; https://bit.ly/2p6bg0W. This class is for ages 2-5. Classes are $10 each, but attendees can buy five classes and get one free. The Edible Alphabet is a series [...]
Wed, Sep 19, 2018, Continue reading at the source
Comments are due on the MBTA's long term plan on Monday, Oct. 22. It is a provocative document that is well worth a read. The document is available for comment at http://MBTAFocus40.com.As a regional agency dependent on state funding for more than half of its budget, the MBTA is constantly [...]
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