This Weekend: 15th Judith Record Concert Saturday, Sing-a-long Saturday Morning

Photo: The Record Players. • The Record Players will celebrate their fifteenth year of tribute to The Judith K. Record Memorial Conservation Fund with a night of chamber music on Saturday, Jan. 31 at 7:30 p.m. at The First Church, Belmont, 404 Concord Ave. This concert is a collaboration between the Players and the Judith K. Record Memorial Conservation Fund, bringing […]

Your Business: A New Yoga, Wellness Studio With a Family Vibe

Photo: GROUNDWORK yoga + wellness in Belmont. One day before she was to open her new business in Belmont, Megan Dattoli was running a bit behind schedule. No, it was not because she overslept or was waiting for supplies to arrive; early Thursday morning Dattoli was at Boston Medical Center helping a client deliver her baby. […]

Belmont High’s Jazz Combo Presents All Kinds of Music Friday Night

Five talented senior musicians will premier their chops tonight, Friday, Jan. 30 as the Belmont High School Jazz Combo presents “Jazz of All Kinds” in the High School’s Little Theatre at 7 p.m. The members – Max Davidowitz, drums; Mary Yeh, bass; Charlie Smith, piano; Rowan Wolf, tenor saxophone and Zoe Miner  vocals – have been part of ensembles in the […]

PHOTOS: Snow Day in Belmont

The blizzard had passed and the next storm is still days away. A brilliant sun brings out the crowds to the town’s favorite sledding places as other create a snow couple or go out for a walk. On Town Field, an icy Stonehenge is created. 

Sold in Belmont: Million Dollar Bonanza Brings in the New Year

A weekly recap of residential properties bought in the past seven days in the “Town of Homes.” • 12 Greensbrook Way. Brick Ranch (1957) Sold: $1,250,000. Listed at $1,250,000. Living area: 2,735 sq.-ft. 8 rooms, 5 bedrooms, 4 baths. On the market: 16 days. • 37 Marlboro St. Multi-family (1913), Sold for: $825,000. Listed at $825,000. Living area: 2,760 sq.-ft. 12 rooms, 5 bedrooms, 2 baths. On the market: 44 days. • 30 Somerset […]

Town Meeting Warrant Opening For a Month for Citizen’s Petitions

Always wanted to change Belmont? How about requiring new homes to be painted one of only eight colors (an actual petition in another state), force model aircraft operators to be licensed pilots (another one) and make dogs wear pants (that hasn’t been petitioned … yet). Your chance is coming next week when the town warrant […]

Clearing Out: What to Know the Day After the Blizzard in Belmont

While the snow emergency parking ban will be lifted at noon today, Wednesday, Jan. 28, Belmont Department of Public Works Director Jay Marcotte is asking residents to keep their vehicles off of town streets for a bit longer. “It would be great if our crews could have clear streets to finish plowing,” Marcotte told the […]

Snow Emergency Ending Noon, Wednesday; Town Offices, Library Remain Closed

Belmont’s Snow Emergency Parking Ban will be lifted at noon on Wednesday, Jan. 28, according to the Belmont Police Department. The removal of the ban – put in place on Monday at 6 p.m.  due to the nor’easter that arrived on Tuesday, Jan. 27 – will allow residents and commuters to park on the street as well as […]