Waterford

Visionaries needed to strategize the future

A group of 40-plus volunteer community activists has come together to chart a course for an even better Waterford, as the community moves forward into its next hundred years. Called “Absolutely Waterford,” the group hopes to attract an even greater number of interested residents and volunteers as Waterford moves forward […]

 
 

Antique Tractorcade and tractor display included in Fall Fest fun

On Sunday, Oct. 9, the Lions Club of Waterford will host their fourth annual Tractorcade and antique tractor display in conjunction with the Lions Chicken BBQ and the Chamber of Commerce Fall Fest. Anyone with an antique tractor is invited to participate. Led by Jerry Weinkauf, the Tractorcade will depart […]

 
 

Empty cradles, broken hearts

Empty cradles, broken hearts

By Maureen Vander Sanden Elkhorn Independent Editor       When she was pregnant with her third child just one year ago, Krystal Kaye of Rochester, said everything was perfect.       Stella Grace would be what she and husband Matt were calling the final addition to their family, joining 12-year-old Briana and […]

 
 

Village won’t restrict concealed weapons in public buildings

By Jennifer Eisenbart Staff Writer As far as Village of Waterford board member Roy Gawlitta is concerned, there is just one simple statement to make on the state’s new concealed carry law. “I am dead-set against any restrictions,” Gawlitta said. “I don’t see how in a couple of discussions and […]

 
 

You want time with those fries?

You want time with those fries?

By Patricia Bogumil Interim Editor A 22-year old Wind Lake woman who allegedly used a relative’s credit card without permission to buy fast food and other items has been charged with nine felony counts of personal ID theft with financial gain. If convicted of all charges, she faces a maximum […]

 
 

Heartfelt help

Heartfelt help

Young boy volunteers time to help veterans By Julie Rossman Correspondent Keith Biermann is a young man with a big heart, who at just 9 years old, knows he’s got a future in the military. The boy attended Rochester’s Day in the Country festival on Saturday and bought an old […]

 
 

Village set to cut costs across the board

By Jennifer Eisenbart Staff writer The Village of Waterford board is expecting, in large part, to be making cuts across the board in the 2012 budget. Lori Peternell, the village treasurer, outlined a plan at a special meeting of the Committee of the Whole and the Finance Committee Monday at […]

 
 

Proposed gun ban debated

Waterford looks to keep weapons out of municipal buildings   By Mark Dudzik Waterford Post Editor Discussion on a proposal to ban firearms in municipal buildings within the Village of Waterford came to a halt Monday as officials lack a consensus on the merits of such a policy. As have […]

 
 

A frosting-covered dream come true

A frosting-covered dream come true

Waterford woman forges out on her own with new bakery By Julie Rossman Correspondent At age 40, Kerri Ball bought herself a 2002 Ford Mustang Convertible – her “dream car,” she said. She enjoyed that car for about 1 1/2 years, until another dream took priority; to own and operate […]

 
 

Undercover heroin deal goes bad

By Patricia Bogumil Staff Writer A former Waterford resident is charged with multiple felonies for allegedly making an undercover drug buy go bad. According to the criminal complaint filed in Racine County Circuit Court: The defendant had agreed to work as a confidential informant (CI) with a Racine County Sheriff’s […]

 
 
 
 
 

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