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Sophia’s Promise

Sophia’s Promise

Local family aids others affected by juvenile diabetes By Elena Leshok Contributor Sophia Veit is a junior at Waterford Union High School with big dreams. It started as a wish to help others with similar struggles, and today it is a national organization that helps hundreds of children annually. Sophia’s […]

 
 

Thank you, vets!

Thank you, vets!

      Marty’s Restaurant hosted its 17th annual breakfast for veterans and first responders and their families on Thursday, Nov. 11. Marty’s owners Gonzalo, his wife Mary, and the staff cooked enough scrambled eggs, French toast, biscuits and gravy, ham, sausage, bacon, hash browns, toast, and fresh fruit to serve more […]

 
 

New sign honors former WUHS science teacher

New sign honors former WUHS science teacher

Drivers traveling on Barnes Road may notice a new update to the Waterford Union High School Environmental Center. The School Board recently voted to change the name to the Paul Bixler Environmental Center. Bixler is a retired staff member from Waterford Union High School. He served in the science department […]

 
 

Village to host Halloween Carnival

Village to host Halloween Carnival

A Halloween Carnival featuring games with prizes, a magic show, Halloween carolers and food is slated for Saturday, Oct. 30, at Village Hall Park in Waterford. The event runs from 2 to 9 p.m. at the park. Special activities include the Fox River Canal Swamp Maze in the basement of […]

 
 

Village plans to double down on public safety

Village plans to double down on public safety

Preliminary budget has increase for police, fire By Dave Fidlin Correspondent Despite challenges in recent years surrounding COVID-19, Village of Waterford officials sounded an optimistic tone about the village’s operating budget for the year ahead during a recent glimpse into the extensive document. While no formal action was taken, the […]

 
 

Legion to host pancake breakfast on Sunday

Legion to host pancake breakfast on Sunday

  Waterford’s Essman Schroeder American Legion Post 20 will host a pancake breakfast on Sunday, Oct. 17. Tickets are $7 each. The meal will be served at River City Lanes, 730 Cornerstone Crossing, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. In addition to the meal, the event will feature a meet […]

 
 

An earful on masks

An earful on masks

WGSD School Board hears from parents on recent mask mandate   By Dave Fidlin Correspondent Faced with a rising number of positive COVID-19 cases weeks into the new school year, the Waterford Graded School District reversed course midway through September and reinstated a mask requirement across all grade levels. At […]

 
 

Residential property assessments in village jump average of 30%

Residential property assessments in village jump average of 30%

Values are in line with current market, assessor says   By Dave Fidlin Correspondent While there was sticker shock in some of the revised figures, the contracted assessor who recently completed the Village of Waterford’s revaluation said the process went off this year without a hitch. Dan McHugh, who heads […]

 
 

A fine Day in the Country

A fine Day in the Country

Two year old Paisley Wrycza, of Tichigan, finds a furry friend in the petting zoo at Rochester’s Day in the Country celebration Sept. 18. The annual fall festival celebrated its 25th year with live music, food and activities for kids. Booths were set up throughout downtown area with vendors selling […]

 
 

Wolverines ready to party like it’s 2019

Wolverines ready to party like it’s 2019

Traditional homecoming events planned for next week By Elena Leshok Contributor Nearly two years after the COVID-19 virus began to completely change our way of life, things are finally getting back to normal here in Waterford. With the return to a sense of normality, comes the return of Waterford Union […]

 
 
 
 
 

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