Wednesday September 10. Spring Street closed between Palfrey Street and Marshall Street. Due to road contruction. From 7:00 AM – 4:00 PM.
On Monday, September 8, 2008 – Spring Street from will be closed from Fayette St to Marchall St due to construction from 7:00 Am – 4:00 PM Construction will be ongoing during the week from September 8 – 12 on Spring St from Fayette St to the intersection of Common St. Spring St will be […]
At 2:49am this morning a motor vehicle traveling eastbound on Grove st. skidded across the roadway, struck a Verizon pole and came to rest on it’s side against the fence of the Mt Auburn Cemetary. The operator was subsequently arrested for OUI Alcohol. He was transported to Beth Israel Hospital, where he was treated and […]
Grove Street closed from Coolidge Hill Road to Coolidge Ave. Due to motor vehicle accident.
Spring street closed from Summer Street to Fayette Street for construction. 7am to 4pm.
The Watertown Police Department will be offering a R.A.D. class beginning October 14, 2008. For further details click here.
The Watertown Police Patrol and Traffic Division will be conducting increased traffic enforcement in conjunction with the opening of schools in Watertown. Beginning on September 4th, motorists can expect to see a substantial increase in uniformed officers in the areas surrounding the Watertown public schools and at or near school bus stops. Traffic enforcement at […]
Summer Street from Mt. Auburn St. to Church St. will be closed to motor vehicle traffic on Tuesday 09/02/08 from 7:30 am to 4:00 pm. This is due to ongoing construction.
The Police Department in partnership with the Department of Public Works have made it possible for five new School Zone speed signs to be installed, one in each school zone. These signs are radar speed signs and will display the speed of oncoming vehicles as they enter the school zone. Vehicles traveling over the posted […]
LiUNA (Laborers’ International Union of North America) disrupted demolition work this morning at the site of the new Police Station. LiUNA is voicing their displeasure that the demolition company, Kidder Building and Wrecking Inc., is from New Hampshire. LiUNA would prefer the work be performed by a local company. This is not expected to disrupt […]