WATERTOWN — Watertown Police Chief Josh Bernegger issued a statement to the Town Times regarding a possible threat to Swift Middle School: "The Watertown Police Department is working with the Board of Education to investigate an uncorroborated comment overheard yesterday regarding an act of violence that would be taking place at Swift Middle School today. The Watertown Police Department has no information to believe there is any credibility to this overheard comment, but is vigorously investigating to ensure the safety of all students and staff. Out of an abundance of caution the Board of Education has called for a 2 hour delay to pro…
Lion Steve Bormolini is presented with a plaque as Outstanding Lion of the Year by Watertown Lions Club President Kathleen Trowbridge at a recent meeting. Lion Steve stepped up to Chair the Golf Tournament and Co-Chair the Christmas Tree sale when one of the Lions became ill.
Jeff McHugh, general manager of Hawk Ridge Winery in Watertown (left), presented a check to Lisa Carew, director of the Town of Watertown Human, Social & Leisure Services Department to benefit the Watertown Food Bank. Hawk Ridge Winery hosted a charity corn hole tournament on September 25 to raise funds for the food bank as well as Dogtopia of Milford’s “Dogtopia Foundation,” which supplies a veteran suffering from PTSD with a service animal.
WATERBURY - The sudden shift in fortunes for the Watertown High School volleyball team continued on October 8 when the Indians won their fifth straight game, shutting out Crosby, 3-0 on the Bulldogs’ home court. The Indians improved to 6-4 after a 1-4 start. Against Waterbury Career Academy on October 6, the Indians posted their fourth straight win, 3-2.
WOODBURY — The Watertown Art League will hold its annual member’s show on Friday, October 29 through Sunday, October 31 on Halloween weekend at Woodbury’s Old Town Hall at 281 Main St. South. The Fall Festival of Art is free and open to the public, masks are required. The event features current work by members of the league and ranges in mediums from pen and ink to watercolors as well as oils, acrylics, and pastels.
WOODBURY — The Glebe House Museum will host its Cemetery Tours and Haunted Museum on Saturday, October 23, and The Witch of Woodbury and Friends with Haunted Museum on Saturday, October 30. These one-night-only events are sure to bring out the ghost, goblins, and other scary creatures that go bump in the night as well as cause nightmares in even the bravest souls. Cemetery tours will start every ten minutes beginning at 5:30 p.m. and the final tour will be at 8:30 p.m.