More than 400 Internet addresses related to Haiti have been registered since the devastating quake. The names reference Haiti and words such as “earthquake,” ”help,” ”aid,” ”victims” and “survivors.” A lot of these Web sites feature a “donate” button but either the money will never […]
â€œThere will be an Free H1N1 influenza vaccine clinic on January 20th from 4-8pm at the Watertown High School. Please note the entrance will be located on the Common St side of the High School. Bring your health insurace card and register with the Health […]
Chief Deveau would like to remind all residents that it is a violation of our town ordinances to shovel snow from personal driveways onto the roadways or sidewalks. Please find alternate locations for snow removal. Thank You
The holidays are a wonderful time for families to come together. However, the days leading up to the holiday can be hectic, which may cause some to let their guard down and possibly become a target of criminal activity. The Watertown Police Department would like […]
To Sign Up…. Visit the Town of Watertown web page at www.watertown-ma.gov Under the “Welcome Home…” column click on ‘Notify Me’ , when a new page opens click on Police (and any other town departments you’re interested in) then type in your email address. Click […]
Chief Edward P. Deveau is pleased to announce that Officer Thomas Dicker recently received the “Shining Star” award from The Edinburg Center. Officer Dicker, a ten year veteran of the department, received this award at Edinburg’s annual recognition dinner on December 1, 2009 at the […]
On Thursday October 8, 2009, at 1519 hours, the Rockland Trust Bank at 430 Main St. was robbed. The suspect entered the bank, approached the teller, displayed a note in one hand demanding money and displayed a gun in his right hand at the same […]
The lead detective investigating a recent house break has determined the suspect used a U-HAUL truck. The suspect backed a medium sized U-Haul truck into the driveway of the home after the victim had left for work. Entrance to the house was then gained through […]
Reporters from the Cunniff Kids News toured the future home of the Watertown Police Department on Wednesday October 7, 2009. While on their visit they became the first persons detained in one of the new holding cells.
Luis Garcia is no longer wanted in connection with a hit and run motor vehicle accident which resulted in serious personal injury to a Watertown resident. He turned himself in at Waltham District Court on September 15, 2009.