Author Archive: Ed Nadolski

Village reviews fee schedule

Union Grove could tweak service fees to match other communities By Dave Fidlin Correspondent The amount Union Grove charges for various services could be tweaked in the months ahead. A village panel is currently reviewing what comparable communities are charging. The village’s Administration and Finance Committee on April 17 began […]

 
 

Police pact earns praise

Success could lead to more collaboration between town, village By Dave Fidlin Correspondent With the second year well underway, officials in the village and town of Waterford have gone on record touting the town’s policing of the village since early 2016. After years of stalled efforts, the Village Board in spring […]

 
 

A fresh twist on an old fairy tale

A fresh twist on an old fairy tale

CCHS presents ‘Once Upon a Mattress’ By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief Catholic Central High School’s drama department is set to turn the traditional fairy tale of the “Princess and the Pea” on it’s particularly sensitive backside when it opens it’s six-show run of the royally rollicking musical “Once Upon […]

 
 

New law consoles local family

New law consoles local family

CBD oil law fix caps local family’s long, emotional odyssey By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief The mix of emotions that churned in the heads and hearts of Tom and Sally Schaeffer Monday had to be disorienting. There was triumph in knowing a bill they championed had become law. But there […]

 
 

Oak Park Place opens assisted living facility

Oak Park Place opens assisted living facility

  Facility offers options for supportive services up to memory care By Jason Arndt Staff Writer Within the first week of opening its doors, Oak Park Place of Burlington has already welcomed five new residents into the memory care and assisted living facility, officials report. Oak Park Place, which broke […]

 
 

A ‘career’ for the kids

A ‘career’ for the kids

Campbell logged 31 years on the School Board   By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief As Bill Campbell closed the screen on his school district-issued laptop computer for the last time Monday night, he couldn’t help but marvel at how education has advanced in his lifetime. At the age of […]

 
 

Election review: Two upsets and a draw

Lena unseats Lembcke in Town of Dover By Dave Fidlin Correspondent With spring election season now in the rear-view mirror, results across Western Racine County have revealed several upsets and an unusual occurrence. Two veteran municipal leaders are leaving their posts this month as the results shake out and another […]

 
 

Little bite for this bark

Rochester resident gets kennel license, despite noise concerns By Dave Fidlin Correspondent A Village of Rochester resident has been awarded a new kennel license, though nearby residents’ noise concerns have prompted additional overtures aimed at containing and shielding the chorus of barking and yipping. Deedria Schaal, who owns a home […]

 
 

Roundabout project to begin this month

Roundabout project to begin this month

Overpass will be removed to create second access to educational campus By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief The Department of Transportation plans to begin later this month the removal of the Highway 142 overpass at McCanna Parkway and installation of a roundabout intersection at the site. Officials are expected to meet […]

 
 

Beyond a shadow of a doubt

Beyond a shadow of a doubt

With pigtails blowing in the breeze, Madelyn Korman casts an Easter Bunny-like shadow Saturday at Waterford Town Park as she participates in the Tichigan Lake Lions Club annual Easter Egg Hunt. (Submitted photo)

 
 
 
 
 

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