Stories about Waterford


Saint Joseph's College Maine dean's list

STANDISH — The following local residents were named to the dean's list at Saint Joseph's College Maine for the fall semester. Andover: Izaak Mills Auburn: James Philbrook Avon: Aaron Jalbert Bowdoin:


Waterford group seeks to turn cemetery over to the town

WATERFORD — Voters will be asked to take over the Woodlawn Cemetery in North Waterford when annual town meeting gets underway at 9 a.m. March 1 in the municipal building on Valley Road. The action, part of a 67-article warrant, asks the town to accept ownership and maintenance of the...


Waterford voters presented with $1.3 million budget

WATERFORD — Voters will act on a proposed $1.3 million municipal budget for 2014, a $103,700 increase from last year, at annual town meeting Saturday, March 1. The meeting begins at 9 a.m. at the municipal building on Valley Road. Residents will also vote for a selectman ...



Winter fun day set for Feb. 15 HARRISON — The Waterford World's Fair will hold a winter fun day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 15, at High View Farm, 48 Leander Harmon Road. The event will include sledding, a bonfire, farm animals, food sale, snowmobile...


North Waterford and Stoneham churches plan for year

WATERFORD/STONEHAM — At their annual meeting in late January, the members of the North Waterford and Stoneham churches made plans for the coming year, to include renovations to the church buildings, helping care for local families and dates for fun events such as concerts and the famous Sum...


Maynard A. Baxter

JAY — Maynard A. Baxter, 54, of Jay, died unexpectedly, Monday, Jan. 27, at his home in Jay. Maynard was born on Dec. 30, 1959, in Farmington, a son of William Baxter and Phyllis (Fournier) Pomeroy. He attended Wilton and Farmington schools, graduating from Mt. Blue High School. ...


Waterford cemetery arch restoration continuing

WATERFORD — The town is seeking bids to complete the restoration of an archways at Elm Vale Cemetery on Sweden Road. The archway is one of two that grace cemetary entrances. It is about 25 feet tall and 24 feet wide, and is the newer of the two. The archway was stabilized about two y...


Waterford candidates unopposed

WATERFORD – Selectman Randy Lessard and SAD 17 director Barry Patrie are the sole candidates for the Feb. 28 annual town elections. Both turned in their nomination papers by the Jan. 14 deadline. The offices are for three years. Voting will be held from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Fire...


Nomination papers for Waterford offices due today

WATERFORD — No contests for offices have developed for the annual town election  Feb. 28. Selectman Randy Lessard and SAD 17 director Barry Patrie have filed papers for re-election. They are the only incumbents to do so. Nomination papers are due at the town clerk's offic...


Waterford couple facing drug charges

WATERFORD — Police say they found processed marijuana, a marijuana grow operation and multiple firearms during a search of a Puffin Hill Drive home last week. The search resulted from the arrest of a Waterford couple made by New Hampshire State Police on New Year's Eve. Accord...