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Temporary housing facility on Pine Street nears completion

WATERTOWN — Micah D. Matteson thinks residents will feel more comfortable once a temporary housing facility opens in their neighborhood on Pine Street. Mr. Matteson, the project manager and property manager for the 18-bed housing facility, said residents’ concerns will be alleviated when they see what the project is all about in the former Angel’s… Keep Reading

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New ‘Hometown Heroes Housing Program’ Helps Florida Teachers and First Responders Buy Their First Home

A statewide program launching on June 1 will help Florida residents in over 50 critical professions, including first responders and teachers, to purchase their first home. The $100 million Hometown Heroes Housing Program will be available to law enforcement officers, firefighters, educators, healthcare professionals, childcare employees, and active military or veterans. The program provides assistance… Keep Reading

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New Watertown group working on facility for the homeless

WATERTOWN — Local homeless people currently have no place they can stay during the coldest of winter nights. But that could be changing. A group of local activists, calling themselves Watertown Area Rescue Mission, or WARM, is working to establish a homeless center that would be open from October through April. Wendy O’Donnell, WARM’s co-executive… Keep Reading

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Watertown townhouse project expires a second time

WATERTOWN — Plans to expand the Autumn Ridge townhouse complex on Route 202 are apparently not going forward — for the second time. In September, the Watertown Town Planning Board approved site plans for the 357-unit complex, seven years after the project was first proposed. The company owns a 394-unit townhouse complex across the street,… Keep Reading

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