MBTA Bus Stuck In Watertown Square After Brakes Locked UpWatertown Square was the place to avoid early Friday morning.
Mask Mandate For Massachusetts Schools Ending February 28The statewide mask requirement for K-12 schools in Massachusetts will be lifted on February 28.
Car Fire Spreads To Watertown HomeThe Watertown Fire Chief said a resident started his car and went inside. When he came back out, the car and the home were on fire.
Doctors: Plenty Of Time To Get COVID Booster Shot Before HolidaysPfizer announced Wednesday that a third dose of its vaccine appears to offer protection against the new Omicron variant.
Some Stores See Slow Start To Black FridayShoppers tell WBZ-TV it's a win-win: they get the deals without dealing with the crowds.
To Prevent Rats, Watertown Urges Residents Keep Pumpkins InsideHealth experts are hoping to convince residents to switch their holiday décor – for the public good.
Brady or Jones? Watertown Couple Split Over Who To Support When Tom Brady Comes To Town SundayThe 29-year season ticket holders have a lot of emotions as Tom Brady comes back to Gillette.
Watertown Public Schools Facing Food Supply Shortages, National Supply Chain IssuesFood service changes and national supply shortages have forced the staff at Watertown Middle School to pivot almost everyday.
Longtime Watertown Grocery Store Russo’s Officially ClosesAfter more than 100 years in business, Russo's in Watertown has closed for good.
Watertown Couple Says Upstairs Neighbor Alerted Them To House FireA Watertown couple thanked their upstairs neighbor for waking them up when their house was on fire.
Watertown Father, Sons Accused Of Falsely Claiming $20 Million In Lottery WinningsThree men allegedly passed off more than $20,989,284 in lottery winnings as their own.