Waterford

Wine added to River’s Edge Art Walk

Wine added to River’s Edge Art Walk

Annual event set for Oct. 11 in downtown Waterford A wine sampling opportunity has been added to the annual River’s Edge Art Walk scheduled for 4 to 8:30 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 11. Hosted by Absolutely Waterford, a non-profit organization working to promote downtown Waterford, the annual fall event will […]

 
 

‘Actions speak louder than words’

Village of Waterford officials react to town’s decision not to renew fire contract By Dave Fidlin Correspondent Village of Waterford officials had strong words for their township counterparts this week as a strained relationship between the two municipalities was on display. The Village Board on Monday spent more than a […]

 
 

One, two, three – kick!

One, two, three – kick!

Members of the Waterford Union High School staff perform their own dance routine in the spirit of fun during halftime of Waterford’s homecoming football game Sept. 20. (Photo by Chad Hensiak)

 
 

Village recycling fees to rise by 8%

Hike reflects increased cost of finding markets for materials By Dave Fidlin Correspondent The Village of Waterford will continue using John’s Disposal throughout the next five years as part of a recently approved plan. But it will result in a more than 8-percent recycling rate increase in the year ahead. […]

 
 

Sheriff investigating Rochester burglaries

Sheriff investigating Rochester burglaries

Deputies with the Racine County Sheriff’s Office responded to “numerous” reports of burglaries early Tuesday morning in the Village of Rochester. According to the Sheriff’s Office, the burglars entered unlocked vehicles and then used wireless garage door openers inside the vehicles to gain access to the homes. Two of the […]

 
 

Restored to glory

Restored to glory

Students take ’46 Farmall from beleaguered to brilliant By Maureen Vander Sanden correspondent Students in the Waterford FFA are cultivating skills beyond the classroom and cornfields, with the local organization’s most recent tractor restoration project. FFA Chapter President Kevin Ehrhart has led his peers though six months of tinkering and […]

 
 

Town scraps meeting with village

But village officials show up hoping to open dialog By Dave Fidlin Correspondent A joint meeting between the village and town of Waterford that had been in the works for two weeks was scrapped by town officials several days before it was set to occur. But village officials still stopped […]

 
 

Teeing off for Ty

Teeing off for Ty

Children of families who have benefitted from the Tee It Up Fore Ty charity in previous years tee off to open the golfing portion of the 12th annual Tee It Up Fore Ty fundraiser Saturday at Rivermoor Golf Club in Waterford. The event also featured a 19th hole celebration at […]

 
 

Rochester and Waterford discuss possible land swap

Agreement could open the door to municipal water service extension By Dave Fidlin Correspondent While a number of moving parts still need to come into play, a proposal to swap more than 115 acres of land between the villages of Rochester and Waterford is currently on the table. The land […]

 
 

Francois at home in Waterford

Francois at home in Waterford

New high school administrator aims for high standards By Chris Bennett Correspondent It is said by some that one cannot go home again. Luke Francois will likely prove those doubters wrong. Francois is the new District Administrator at Waterford Union High School, and is returning to the area after a […]

 
 
 
 
 

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