Waterford

Making merry as in days of olde

Making merry as in days of olde

     Last Saturday and Sunday Waterford High School hosted its 36th annual “Ye Olde Christmasse Dinnyr.” The madrigal style dinner is a throwback to medieval times complete with costumes, serving pages and wenches, court jesters, jugglers, a queen and court, lords and ladies, and all manner of music and […]

 
 

Village considering hiking fines in 2022

By Dave Fidlin Correspondent More than a dozen fines could increase in the Village of Waterford in the new year, based on a proposal that passed muster at first blush. The Village Board on Dec. 13 approved the first reading of an ordinance that would officially increase 16 fines for […]

 
 

Christmas arrives with a bang

Christmas arrives with a bang

A woman and her daughter watch the fireworks show over 10 Club Park in Waterford Saturday at the conclusion of the community’s annual Christmas parade and tree lighting ceremony. For more photos from the event see the Dec. 10 edition of the Waterford Post. (Photo by Chad Hensiak)

 
 

Rochester ends talks on boundary pact

Effort abandoned after Town of Waterford incorporation bid fails By Dave Fidlin Correspondent On the heels of a ruling last month from the state Department of Administration, talks of solidifying a long-term cooperative boundary agreement with a number of local municipalities has come to an end. Attorney Timothy Pruitt with […]

 
 

Madrigal Dinner returns this weekend

Madrigal Dinner returns this weekend

WUHS to host two events on Dec. 11 and 12 After not being able to host its annual Madrigal Dinner last year, Waterford Union High School will resume the tradition this year on Dec. 11 and 12. The Madrigal Dinner is a two-and-a-half hour dinner theater show with a nine-course […]

 
 

WGSD residents rank quality faculty high in survey

District officials still seeking responses from public By Dave Fidlin Correspondent Retaining quality teachers was high on the list. But offering instruction in world languages ranked lower. Waterford Graded Superintendent Ed Brzinski hashed over the preliminary results of a recently distributed strategic survey. It was sent to a cross-section of […]

 
 

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 […]

 
 
 
 
 

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