Waterford begins emergency repairs on malfunctioning well

By Dave Fidlin CORRESPONDENT After declining precipitously in the past month, Village of Waterford officials are ramping up efforts to remediate a malfunctioning well that is operating below capacity. The Village Board on Oct. 10 gave Jeff Dolezal, public works director, the green light to spend up to $25,000 to […]


Village could pay more for animal shelter services in 2017

By Dave Fidlin CORRESPONDENT After receiving notice of a contractual increase in 2017, Village of Waterford officials are mulling the municipality’s future relationship with the Wisconsin Humane Society for animal shelter services. Village Administrator Rebecca Ewald on Sept. 26 presented the Village Board with notification WHS intends to increase its […]


Subjects arrested in attempted Norway robbery

Subjects arrested in attempted Norway robbery

  According to the Racine County Sheriff’s Department, a pair of suspects have been arrested in an attempted robbery in the Town of Norway last week. The sheriff’s department issued an updated release Thursday afternoon, saying that the suspect vehicle in the robbery of a BP station at 7812 S. […]


Sheriff’s department issues new images in Norway robbery

Sheriff’s department issues new images in Norway robbery

The Racine County Sheriff’s Department has issued new suspect photos following a robbery in the Town of Norway last week. On Thursday, Sept. 29 at about 7:40 p.m. the Racine County Sheriff’s Office responded to 7812 S. Loomis Rd in the Town of Norway for an attempted robbery call. Upon […]


CROP Hunger Walk set

Area churches will gather on Sunday at St. Thomas Aquinas Church and at 1 p.m., for the Waterford/Wind Lake CROP Hunger Walk. Walk 1, 3, or 5 miles to help those in need. Participants will be raising awareness and funds to change the world in real and measurable ways. CROP […]


Village participates in WGSD’s ALiCE training

By Dave Fidlin CORRESPONDENT Waterford Graded’s school officials hope they never have to use it, of course, but staffers across the district have embarked on a series of training exercises aimed at addressing school shootings, bomb threats and other potentially catastrophic events. As planned, WGSD this fall has introduced ALiCE, […]


Residents back WUHS to decrease levy

By Dave Fidlin CORRESPONDENT Although several pieces of the puzzle still need assembling, plans are in motion to decrease Waterford Union High School’s property tax levy 0.02 percent for the new school year. Several dozen residents attended WUHS’ annual meeting Aug. 24 and voted unanimously in favor of the proposal. […]


Waterford pushes state for Fox River funding

By Jennifer Eisenbart Editor While the Waterford Waterway Management District was wrapping up its survey of riparian owners – trying to gauge whether there is support to move forward with a proposed dredging project – Town of Waterford Chairman Tom Hincz is trying once again to get the state to […]


WGSD hires architect to look at 21st Century learning

By Dave Fidlin CORRESPONDENT An outside consulting firm with expertise in designing learning spaces has been hired by the Waterford Graded School District, following a decision this week. The School Board on Aug. 23 minted an agreement with architects Plunkett Raysich. The Milwaukee-based firm has been retained to study short- […]


Washington-Caldwell begins rollout of new curriculum

By Dave Fidlin CORRESPONDENT With weeks to go before the school bell resumes ringing, officials within Washington-Caldwell, as with all school districts across the state, are putting the final touches on details for the 2016-17 school year. But Washington-Caldwell has a notable addition to this year’s curriculum, which has resulted […]


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