Belmont News & Updates

The Town Council approved a change to Watertown's Zoning Ordinance that would allow life science labs as well as light industrial uses in the downtown area near Watertown Square, but only in structures built 84 years ago or before. The amendment was proposed by Berkeley Investments, the new owners of the building now occupied by […] [...]
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Photo: Coach Q Yann Kumin, who seven years ago took over a faltering football program and restored a sense of pride and a return to winning at Belmont High School, announced Tuesday, April 13 he was stepping down as head coach of the Marauders effective after the final game vs Arlington High of the shortened […] [...]
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Watertown Youth Hockey won two championships over the weekend, and another team played in the final. The teams played in the Valley Hockey League championship games in the Peewee, Squirt and Mite divisions. The Watertown Peewees and the Watertown Squirts A teams both won the division and conference championships, while the Watertown Mite As lost […] [...]
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The MBTA today announced updates to current fare pilots that include an extension of the Five-day Flex Pass on mTicket as well as upcoming fare change proposals that include improvements to the Youth Pass and converting all Outer Express Bus Routes to Inner Express Bus fares. These changes help to improve reduced fare programs and simplify complex […] [...]
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Photo: COVID update for April 12 Nearly one in four Belmont residents – approximately 24 percent – have have received a complete round of a COVID-19 vaccine, running at a slightly higher rate than the state's 22.5 percent, according to Belmont Health official in the department's update before the Select Board Monday evening, April 12. […] [...]
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