On Wednesday, July 27, state Rep. Joe Polletta, R-68, joined members of the Veterans’ Council to pay tribute to those that lost their lives in the Korean War. The ceremony took place at the newly dedicated Korean War Memorial Pedestrian Bridge which is part of the Steele Brook Greenway. The dedication included a salute to those from Watertown and Oakville that lost their lives during the Korean War. The bridge is open to the public and a dedication plaque, shown, pays tribute to the war.

The Watertown Rotary Club’s Vice President Ron Pleasant, (right), presented a check to Liz Szymanoski, Easter Seals Director of Development, for the great work they do, on July 27 at the Hawk Ridge Winery. The club meets every Wednesday at noon at the winery and welcomes anyone to join.

WATERTOWN — Emily Slattery, LMSW, has opened Old Glory Days, 211 Woodbury Rd., to support seniors facing issues such as dementia by offering both a day center and a unique assisted living model. She told Voices, “I really feel people should live in a beautiful, comfortable home unlike a hospital or hotel.” By renovating what was, until recently, a private home, Ms. Slattery plans to welcome a half dozen full time residents and to offer space for seniors who want to spend their days with others in order to socialize and find mental and physical stimulation.

Water-Oak Circle of Sports president Bruce Cianciolo looks on as a check is presented to the organization to continue a scholarship in Katie Consalvo’s name. Presenting the check to Brian Consalvo is Mary Beth Bromley and Kim Verno from the Oakville-Watertown Youth Athletic Association, who were key components in a fundraising event at the Sunset Grille.

WATERTOWN — Gerald G. DePolo, devoted husband, father, grandfa…

OAKVILLE — Edith B. Ericson, 83, passed away on Saturday, July…

Jane Doe No More will host the 15th annual “Who’s Your Caddy” 18-hole golf tournament, to benefit Jane Doe No More on Monday, September 12, at Western Hills Golf Course, 600 Park Rd., Waterbury. The event for men and women includes 18 holes of golf, cocktails, contests, prizes, raffles and more. All proceeds benefit Jane Doe No More. Sponsorships are available. Details and registration may be found at janedoenomore.org.