Waterford

The circus is coming

The circus is coming

  The Culpepper and Merriweather Circus rolls into Waterford for two performances on Saturday, Aug. 28, at Ten Club Park. Show times are 2 and 4:30 p.m. The circus will be performed under a big top tent. Tickets at the door are $15 for adults and $8 for seniors and […]

 
 

A warm welcome for an Olympian

A warm welcome for an Olympian

Waterford shooter earned bronze medal in Tokyo By Jason Arndt Staff Writer Waterford’s Maddy Bernau received warm welcome from her hometown Saturday with a parade after she earned a bronze medal in the first-ever Olympic trap mixed team competition during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Bernau, a 2016 Waterford Union High […]

 
 

Village looking to increase sewer rates

Officials say increase needed to cover utility expenses By Dave Fidlin Correspondent The average Village of Waterford residential property owner could pay $36.57 more per quarter for sanitary sewer service, based on a proposed rate increase. The Village Board on Aug. 9 discussed a financial analysis report from Johnson Block, […]

 
 

Fun Fest runs through weekend in Waterford

Fun Fest runs through weekend in Waterford

  Carnival rides, food and live music are all part of the Waterford Lions Club Fun Fest, which runs through the weekend at Ten Club Park in downtown Waterford. The Alpine Amusements carnival will run from 5 to 10 p.m. Thursday and Friday, noon to 10 p.m. Saturday and noon […]

 
 

Residents have their say on incorporation effort

State officials host public hearing on town’s plan to create Village of Tichigan By Dave Fidlin Correspondent Concerns of increased property taxes, a diminished rural environment and the true implications of landlocked borders dominated a public hearing on the Town of Waterford’s incorporation effort as residents had their say before […]

 
 

Rochester refines regulations for towers

Cell phone company may still be interested in erecting structure   By Dave Fidlin Correspondent Rochester’s municipal code concerning tower regulations, which has been under the microscope for nearly a year, has been altered again with input from legal counsel. Since last fall, Rochester officials have been seeking Village Attorney […]

 
 

Map update accommodates Waterford Lofts project

By Dave Fidlin Correspondent In a signal of forthcoming development, Waterford officials have voted in favor of a new certified survey map on the future home of the mixed-use Waterford Lofts development. The Village Board on July 12 approved the CSM, which combines two lots at the northeast corner of […]

 
 

It’s time to Celebrate Waterford

It’s time to Celebrate Waterford

Event will close section of Main St. Saturday Waterford residents and visitors will have a chance to celebrate summer in the middle of the street Saturday during the Celebrate Waterford event. A section of Main Street in the village’s downtown will be closed to celebrate all things Waterford between 10 […]

 
 

Ready for a celebration of freedom

Ready for a celebration of freedom

Waterford area set for Independence Day weekend Residents of the Waterford area will have ample opportunity to celebrate Independence Day this weekend. The Tichigan Fireworks Committee will celebrate 50 years of over-the-water pyrotechnics with a fireworks show on Saturday night. The Waterford Lions Club will host its annual parade in […]

 
 

Rochester moves to expand broadband

Village will use portion of federal relief funds for project By Dave Fidlin Correspondent Amid an ongoing discussion of funding broadband service to all areas of Rochester, Chris Birkett offered a dual perspective — one as a municipal employee, the other as a resident in an area of the village […]

 
 
 
 
 

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