6 hrs ago
A Journey of Music: Bandarama! Travels from Elementary To High School Musicians
The bleachers were packed on both levels of Belmont High School's Wenner Field House Monday, Dec. 9, filled with parents, siblings, friends and school officials anticipating the night's event.
12 hrs ago
Who Will be Belmont's New Mayor?
Following the swearing in, the council will have a reorganization, in which Christine Wozniak will step down as mayor, and a vote will be taken to determine who will serve as the city's next mayor and vice-mayor.
17 hrs ago
Meet 'Kilo,' Belmont's New K-9 Officer
He's working the night shift, so you may not have had the pleasure of making his acquaintance yet, but rest assured, the City of Belmont is in good hands with its newest member of the Belmont Police Department.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
The Budget 2014: Good News From the State Could Ease Belmont's Budget Crunch
It was news that Michael Widmer has been unaccustomed in delivering in his annual presentation to the Belmont Warrant Committee, the town's fiscal watchdog, on the coming year's state budget.
Business Law Prof Blog
Predictably Irrational by Dan Ariely
Behavioral economist Dan Ariely spoke on Belmont's campus yesterday on his book Predictably Irrational .
Still Time to Nominate a Beautiful Belmont Home or Biz
The City of Belmont's upcoming 7th Annual presentation of the Beautiful Belmont Awards Program has been rescheduled to the Tuesday, January 14th City Council Meeting, at 7:00 PM.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
See Santa Turn On the Town in Belmont Center Tonight at 6 P.M.
While you won't need your heavy coat - but do pack an umbrella - it's the season for Belmont's 23 annual Turn on the Town festivities beginning tonight, Thursday, Dec. 5 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Sponsored by the Belmont Center Business Association, Santa arrives and lights the tree at 6:20 p.m. Take free photos with Santa from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. at ... (more)
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Belmont's il Casale Opening Sister Bistro in Lexington
Having a hard time getting your favorite table at il Casale , Belmont's top-rated restaurant? Well, don't pout local foodies as your dining dream will soon come true: a second il Casale is coming.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Belmont's Unemployment Rate Stays Below 5 Percent
Belmont's unemployment rate remains below five percent in October, just about at the level it was a year ago, according to the Massachusetts Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development's report of preliminary estimates from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
San Mateo Daily Journal
Belmont City Council works to preserve portion of San Juan Canyon
Belmont's San Juan Canyon could receive further environmental protection if the City Council votes to designate its portion as parkland at a meeting tonight.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Off the Grid Food Trucks Go Off the Clock One Hour Earlier
Off the Grid Food Trucks Market, each Monday in Belmont Caltrain parking lot 5-8 p.m. Photo: Joan Dentler Neither rain, nor sleet, nor dark of night will keep the Off the Grid food trucks away from Belmont this winter--however the market will close an hour earlier--at 8:00 p.m. starting tonight.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
Eagle Scout Swoops Into Belmont, Installs New Trailhead Signs
As John Akers closes in becoming an Eagle Scout, the highest advancement rank in Boy Scouting, he had one final project to complete in the long and challenging process of earning that ultimate scouting badge.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Belmont's David Altscher: '14 Years of Steady and Creative Leadership'
Running a utility is as much about customer service as it is technical and operational expertise, believes Dave Altscher, the outgoing director of the Mid-Peninsula Water District.
Let the Shopping Commence: Twin Pines Holiday Craft Faire Opens Saturday
One of Belmont's most treasured traditions, the Twin Pines Holiday Craft Faire, will officially kick off the season of giving this weekend.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
Important Phone Numbers Regarding New Snow Shoveling Bylaw
Apparently yesterday's Belmont Patch article on the informational push by the town to educate residents and homeowners on the newly-approved Snow Shoveling Bylaw has caused the phones in several offices in Belmont Town Hall to ring off their hooks, especially that of Glenn Clancy, Belmont's director of Community Development.
Tue Nov 19, 2013
Welcome Belmont's Five New Police Officers
The Belmont Police Department officially welcomed five new officers to its ranks on Monday, Nov. 18, after they successfully completed their law enforcement training at the Lowell Police Academy last week and were among 59 new officers from municipal and university departments in their graduating class.
Town Begins Big Info Push on Belmont's New Snow Removal Regs
Building up a large snow pile in the DPW yard and greasing up the joints of the town's big equipment will not be the only preparation Belmont is taking for the first hefty snowfall of the season.
New Snow Removal Bylaw Discussed at the Beech, Benton Preschool Story Time, Graffiti as Art
Learn more about the new snow removal bylaw at 12:30 p.m. in the Multi-purpose room of the Beech Street Center, 266 Beech St..
Sun Nov 17, 2013
Recology Addresses Union Labor Negotiations
Because of concern regarding reports last week about ongoing negotiations between the company and labor, Gino Gasparini the Public Affairs Manager for Recology, the City of Belmont's solid waste provider sent the city the following message: "Recology San Mateo County is currently negotiating in good faith with representatives from Teamsters Local ... (more)
Groupie Doll Breezes Half Mile for Cigar Mile
As a light rain fell, Groupie Doll sailed through four furlongs in 48.61, her first timed workout since scoring her second straight victory in the Breeders' Cup Filly and Mare Sprint .