Belmont Journal

Local news program.

Watch on Channel 9 (Comcast) and Channel 29 (Verizon)

Thursdays at 9:00 PM, Fridays at 10:00 PM, Sundays at 5:30 PM, Wednesdays at 9:30 PM

 

Most Recent Episode Belmont Journal: 12/15/17

BMC's local news program with topics including property taxes for the coming yea, liquor licenses, the new town administrator, Belmont students performing in the Nutcracker ballet and the start of hockey season.

Episodes

Belmont Journal: 12/15/17

BMC's local news program with topics including property taxes for the coming yea, liquor licenses, the new town administrator, Belmont students performing in the Nutcracker ballet and the start of hockey season.

Belmont Journal: 12/08/17

Local news program with topics including highlights of the Gifts of Hope Telethon, CitySide Suburu campaign to benefit Foundation for Belmont Education, the selection of a new Town Administrator, new appointees on the Planning Board and more.

Belmont Journal: 12/01/17

Local news program with topics including an interview with the new director of Powers Music School, information on the Global Capstone Class at BHS, the food pantry proclamation and more.

Belmont Journal: 11/17/17

Local news program with topics including an interview with Belmont Food Pantry Director Patty Mihelich, the upcoming Gifts of Hope Telethon, the outcomes of Special Town Meeting, and an interview with Todd Bloniarz, first place winner for general talk show in the ACM-NE Video Festival.

Belmont Journal: 11/10/17

Local news program with stories including a premiere of Belmont Veterans Remember, issues to be voted on at Town Meeting, results of the FBE Spelling Bee and more

Belmont Journal: 11/03/17

Belmont news program with stories including an update on the Belmont High School building, a writing workshop at Chenery Middle School with children's author Julie Berry, an update on sports and more.

Belmont Journal: 10/27/17

The first episode of local news program, Belmont Journal. Stories include the grand opening of Belmont Books, an interview with acting director of Belmont Municipal Light Department Craig Spinale, rats at Joeys Park, Planning Board resignations, and the Designer Show House at the Homer House.