Pleasant Street from Bridge Street to the Waltham Line will experience travel delays due to Road Construction on Thursday, September 18, 2008
Spring Street from Fayette St. to Marshall St., will be closed on Thursday, September 18, 2008, due to construction. Streets in this area will have limited access to residents.
Pleasant Street will experience travel delays due to road construction in the westbound lane from Bridge Street to the Waltham line. This construction area will be throughout the week of September 15th, Monday through Friday during the daytime hours.
Pleasant St from Bridge St to the Waltham line is experiencing travel delays due to Road Construction on Friday, September 12, 2008. Please seek alternate routes
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 […]
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 […]
A reminder that school will be back in session next week, beginning September 4, 2008. The Police Department will be focusing additional traffic enforcement in and around all Watertown Schools. School speed limits will be strictly enforced, child seatbelt laws and all posted parking regulations as well as parent drop-off and pick-up zones will likewise […]
The demolition contractor began demolition of the former Browne school this morning. Follow this link to view a video of the demolition.
The Watertown resident responsible for abandoning two greyhounds out of state pleaded guilty today in Newton District Court. Detective Joseph Kelly was the lead investigator for the Watertown Police Department. Read more here. Detective Kelly and Watertown Animal Control Officer Karen O’Rielly were honored with the Mickey Award by the Greyhound Friends for their investigation […]