BMC Blog Archive: 09/2018

On Saturday, Sept. 29, Belmont High will host “Soccer Night in Belmont” at Harris Field. That evening the entire Belmont community from kindergarten through Grade 12 is invited to gather to watch the games under the lights against the Spy Ponders. The Belmont High School Boys and Girls Varsity...
October 20th is recognized as Community Media Day , followed by Free Speech Week on October 22nd - 26th . Commemorate both on Saturday, October 20, from 1pm to 5pm in our first AudioVisual Open Mic! We welcome not only musical performers, but also poets, politicians, mediamakers, artists, and...
Watch "Soccer Night in Belmont" LIVE from Harris Field @ 4:30pm on Sat. Sept. 29th
Want to stay informed about what's happening in your town? Be sure to tune in to Belmont's new weekly cable news program. Here's a glimpse of this week's local news topics with host Roger Colton: Selectmen approve recommendations of Traffic Advisory Committee to improve pedestrian safety...
Here's a glimpse of this week's local news topics with host Michael Crowley: Superintendent John Phelan's presentatoin on "Alternate Capacity Challenge Planning" Planning Board expands overlay district for South Pleasant Street into Waverley Square Parents of Music Students run snack shack to raise...
The Belmont Media Center has made some changes to our operating hours to better accommodate classes, local meeting coverage and weekend special events. Starting on September 10 th , BMC is now open to public > Monday through Friday, 10am – 8pm and Saturdays by request, for classes and special...
Here's a glimpse of this week's local news topics with host Roger Colton: Neighborhood calling for safer streets and traffic calming measures as a result of the death of a 39-year-old Belmont mother who was struck in the crosswalk at the intersection of Lexington and Sycamore Streets on Aug. 28...
This week, Michael Crowley hosts. Here's a glimpse of this week's local news topics: The MSBA approves the project funding and scope for the grade 7-12 high shcool building project "Yes for Belmont" kicks off campaign in support of debt exclusion for the new grade 7-12 high school building project...