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Watertown’s tree lighting, parade to be held Thursday night

WATERTOWN — Public Square will be lit up for the holidays starting Thursday. The city’s annual tree lighting and parade will be held in Public Square on Thursday evening after a year’s absence. Last year, the city celebrated with a drive-thru, reverse-style parade, and the festivities were viewed from vehicles. The tree lighting wasn’t publicized… Keep Reading

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Watertown business selling latte to benefit hospice

WATERTOWN, New York (WWNY) – Through December, Vito’s Gourmet in downtown Watertown’s Paddock Arcade is selling a raspberry cheesecake latte, calling it “Care-A-Latte.” The entire purchase price will go to Hospice of Jefferson County. The goal is to start raising $3,000 so hospice nurses can can buy a blanket warmer. “A lot of the time… Keep Reading

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JCC revives plans for entrepreneurial center

WATERTOWN, New York (WWNY) – A year after Jefferson Community College scrapped plans for an entrepreneurial center in downtown Watertown, JCC is now reviving the project. The college’s board of trustees will vote Wednesday on endorsing JCC’s plan to create an off-site entrepreneurship center in partnership with Neighbors of Watertown. Continue Reading on WWNYTV Keep Reading

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Hundreds build up appetites at annual Turkey Day Run

WATERTOWN, New York (WWNY) – Hundreds of people hit the ground running Thursday morning for a Watertown Thanksgiving Day tradition. After a virtual run last year due to the pandemic, around 600 runners and walkers took part in this year’s annual Watertown Family YMCA Turkey Day Run. Some completed a 5K while others took a… Keep Reading

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Recovering addicts to get help finding work

WATERTOWN, New York (WWNY) – A program aimed at helping find work for people recovering from addiction now has the funding it needs to get off the ground. Anchor Recovery Center of Northern New York received $56,000 from the city Watertown last week. It’s a grant which is part of the 2020 ‘Cares Act’ from… Keep Reading

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