Feds Ties Belmont’s Hands Regulating 5G Cell Towers

Photo: 5G small cell technology is coming whether Belmont likes it or not. The future of ultra fast, ultra reliable, ultra cool mobile connection is coming to Belmont as a company in alliance with AT&T will present an application to install 5G small cell equipment at two locations in the Belmont Center area before the […]

Blacker Senior Thesis Prizes Will Be Presented Wednesday, May 15

Photo: Lillian Blacker The Belmont High School English Department will present the annual Lillian F. Blacker Prizes for Excellence in Writing on Wednesday evening, May 15, at 6:30 p.m. in the Peter Holland Library at Belmont High School. This year, we will honor seniors Abigail Mohr (first place), Cameron Anderson (second place), and Alexander ParkĀ (third […]

Final Night Of ‘One Acts’ Saturday, May 11, 4 PM, 7 PM

Photo: The poster of the show The final night of the Belmont High School Performing Arts Company’s student directed “ONE ACT PLAY FESTIVAL” will be held on Saturday, May 11 with a matinee at 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. in the High School’s Little Theater. Join BHS-PAC for the annual Student Directed Festival of short […]

2019 Belmont Annual Town Meeting, Segment A, Day 3

Photo: It’s town meeting Welcome to possibly (hopefully) the final night of Segment A of the 2019 Belmont Town Meeting being held in the Belmont High School auditorium, Monday night, May 6. Two big articles await the 290 plus members of Belmont’s legislative body, the first is voting on an extra $3.76 million for the […]

Belmont High’s Empress: Class Of ’81 Alum Graduates to Chrysanthemum Throne

Photo: Empress Mask, Belmont High School, Class of 1981. Some high schools can boast of their alums who have become pro athletes, pop singers or movie stars while others point to those who run high tech start ups or prize winning eateries. At Belmont High, the most noted graduate is part of royalty. Not the […]

Roll Call, Wrong Call: 2019 Town Meeting Starts With A Topsy-Turvey Result

Photo: Belmont Town Moderator Mike Widmer Those who are successful at the card table will agree a basic rule to stay in the game is not to “overplay your hand,” which the Cambridge Dictionary describes as “spoiling your chances of success by saying or doing too much.” Oh, if only those Belmont Town Meeting Members […]

Teammates Start GoFundMe Site To Remember Cleo

Photo: Cleo Theodoropulos (center) with her Belmont High School Field Hockey teammates before its playoff game against Masco in November 2018. It’s something that teammates do for their fellow player; being there for them at the most difficult of times. Cleo Athena Theodoropulos was a junior and a member of the Belmont High School Field […]