A Snow Emergency will be in effect in Watertown at 6:00 PM on Sunday, January 18, 2009 – Residents are reminded that motor vehicles parked on public roadways are subject to being towed during the duration of the Snow Emergnecy
Officers Richard Munger, Mark Leitner and Kevin McManus will be traveling to Washington DC this Sunday through Wednesday. They will part of an 85 officer NEMLEC Regional Response TeamÂ working under the direction of the District of Columbia Police Department. They will be assigned to various […]
On January 8, 2009, at 2119 hours, Watertown Police and Fire Departments responded to Mt Auburn St and Bates Rd on a report of a pedestrian struck by a motor vehicle. The pedestrian was crossing Mt Auburn St in dark clothing and was struck by […]
Thursday night 01/07/2009:freezing temperatures are causing icy road surfaces and hazardous driving conditions.Â Motor vehicle operators are advised to use extreme caution until thawing and DPWÂ road treatment improves the situation.Â
Residents and Merchants are reminded that there is a Town Ordinance that prohibits a resident or Business from placing snow on any public way. All commercial property owners are required to clear abutting sidewalks of all snow and ice.
The Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency has issued the following advisory: There is a system expected to move into the state Tuesday night into Wednesday morning. This system will start off as a mix and then change all to rain. This system is not expected to […]
A shooting, that occurred in Belmont, was initially reported at the Watertown Police Station around noon on Tuesday December 16, 2008.Â Four individuals came into the Police Station lobby and reported their vehicle had been shot at several times in Belmont. Shortly after a police radio […]
The Whooley Foundation is a non-profit organization that was founded in the memory of John â€œSonnyâ€ Whooley a Watertown Police Officer, resident, father and husband. He loved the community and served it for over thirty years as a Watertown Police Sergeant. He always had a […]