An Allied Waste garbage truck struck a traffic light pole in Watertown Square this morning at approximately 5:30am. 50 gallons of diseal fuel spilled out of the trucks gas tank onto the street. Main St was shut down heading west […]
MA and NH Officers traveled to Virginia to make a terminally ill childs Christmas wish come true. Nathan Norman, a 5 year old boy battling a rare form of brain cancer said he wanted Christmas cards from police officers & […]
Keith Oulette was located at approximately 0100 hours on May 4, 2012 in good health. The Watertown Police department is seeking your help in locating a MISSING JUVENILE. His name is Keith Oulette, he is 16YOA. Keith is 6′ […]
Watertown Police Department Â Non Emergency Message Â With the Holidays fast approaching which bring families together, the Watertown Police Department recognizes the additional need for overnight parking to accommodate visiting family members. Chief Deveau wishes to announce that effective December […]
The men and women of the Watertown Police Department are deeply saddened by the sudden and tragic death of retired Officer Gail Miles. Officer Miles served with the police department for twenty years, from 1984 to her retirement in 2004. […]
A reminder that Daylight Savings Time ends Sunday November 6, 2011 at 2AM. This is also a good time to change the batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors.
The Watertown Police Department located at 552 Main Street will host a Haunted Police Station on Friday evening October 28th 2011 from 5:30PM â€“ 7:30PM.Â You are invited to bring your child 12 years old and under to tour the […]
Mt. Auburn St (Rt16) is closed eastbound from Watertown Sq to Taylor Street due to work on MBTA wires.
12th Annual Earth Day Charles River Cleanup The â€œPeopleâ€™s Riverâ€ gets a spring cleaning from nearly 3,000 volunteers! WHAT: For the past eleven years, the Annual Earth Day Charles River Cleanup has been the largest coordinated Earth Day cleanup in […]
Remember to turn your clocks ahead Sunday March 13, 2011 at 2 AM, this marks the beginning of Daylight Savings Time. This is also a good time to change the batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors.