Waterford

Joint local policing idea moves forward

By Dave Fidlin Correspondent While specifics of an arrangement still need to be fleshed out, talks between the Town and Village of Waterford for a joint police department are moving forward. At a Town Board meeting held April 13, Town Chairman Tom Hincz provided an update on the process, which […]

 
 

One incumbent in, another one out in close local races

By Patricia Bogumil Editor Trustee Jerry Filut will return to his position on the Waterford Village Board following a vote recount conducted April 14. The final official vote tally for the April 7 election shows Filut with 445 votes, two more than challenger Judy Spencer, a former board trustee. Two […]

 
 

Eat pizza and wings for Relay for Life

By Taylor Webb Correspondent Waterford Union High School is again hosting a Relay for Life event as has been done in years past. There are a few changes to the event this year, including the addition of the Bark for Life event on Sunday, April 19. (see related story). This […]

 
 

Waterford ‘Bark for Life’ event is April 19

The American Cancer Society’s Bark for Life is a fundraising event to honor the life-long contributions of our best-friend pets and the non-judgmental comfort and companionship they give cancer survivors. Waterford Union High School will host its first Bark for Life event Sunday, April 19, from noon to 3 p.m., […]

 
 

Local band steps up to help

Local band steps up to help

Saturday Detention to hold benefit concert Saturday for family who lost home in fire By Tracy Ouellette Staff Writer The band Saturday Detention will give a concert to help raise money for the family that lost their home in the March 23 Fork in the Road fire. The performance will […]

 
 

Super Board draws leaders to the table

By Dave Fidlin Correspondent Superintendents and School Board members from all Waterford area public school districts gathered at a March 31 Super Board Meeting with municipal leaders. The collective bodies discussed issues of mutual concern and interest. On the education side, there were some correlations: technology continues to be rolled […]

 
 

The votes are in, but some April 7 election results are uncertain

By Patricia Bogumil Editor In elections, as in baseball games, it ain’t over ’til it’s over. Right now, it’s not clear exactly when the end results for a couple of local races will be. Unofficial results for two local contests in the April 7 spring election – one Village of […]

 
 

Tuesday, April 7, is spring election day

By Patricia Bogumil Editor Voters head to the polls Tuesday, April 7, to decide the outcome of local, county and state positions.      • Waterford Graded School Board. The WGSD Board election has garnered the most local and vocal interest, with three, three-year board positions open. A trio of self-proclaimed […]

 
 

Village requests bids for way-finding signage

Residents and visitors will find it easier to find their way around the Village of Waterford with the addition of new way-finding signage being installed throughout the village this summer. A committee has been meeting for the last two years to design and set locations for way-finding directional signage to […]

 
 

Wind Lake blood drive to benefit local girls

Wind Lake Volunteer Fire Company will hold a blood drive Monday, May 4, 2:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., at the fire station, 7857 S. Loomis Road, Wind Lake. The drive will benefit Cheyenne Counter and Emma Banach, two local girls who have Spinal Muscular Atrophy. Children with SMA have difficulty […]

 
 
 
 
 

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