Stories about Waterford


Search is on for guest register

WATERFORD — The new owner of the Lake House has been asked to search for a missing guest register that includes the signatures of Hollywood celebrities. “We've not been able to find it. It may not be here,” auctioneer Tom Saturley said Thursday. The register, alon...


Comedian will deliver sample of his Down East humor

WATERFORD — Maine humorist Tim Sample,  who gained a national reputation with his four best-selling albums released on the Bert and I label between 1982-89, will perform on Thursday, Aug. 4. Sample will bring his Down East humor to the North Waterford Church. The 7 p.m. show wil...


Waterford Congregational Church holding annual Music Sunday

WATERFORD — The 8th annual Music Sunday will be held at 9:30 a.m. July 31 at the Waterford Congregational Church at the foot of Plummer Hill Road. This joyous mostly-music service of worship and celebration has become a favorite summer event for the church and the wider Waterford com...


DeerWood Farm receives NWF certification

WATERFORD — DeerWood Farm & Gardens was awarded a certification from the the National Wildlife Federation. The certification recognizes the mission of the DeerWood Farm & Gardens to steward the environment, in which it operates a small diversified farm growing daylilies, perennials ...


Improvements complete for weekend World's Fair

WATERFORD — With the completion of the new steer and oxen barn, Penelope's Ice Cream Booth and the new stage recently moved into place, things are beginning to look like a great fair for the Waterford World's Fair, Friday, July 15, through Sunday, July 17, on the Green Road, across from Mel...


Well done - Nicholas Bolduc

DILLON, Mont. — Nicholas Bolduc, a resident of Waterford, Maine, made the dean's list for the spring 2011 semester at the University of Montana Western. The dean's list includes students who achieved a 3.33 grade point average or better.


Trout Unlimited awards Embrace-A-Stream grant

ARLINGTON, Va. — Trout Unlimited, the nation's oldest and largest coldwater fisheries conservation organization, awarded a $7,500 Embrace-A-Stream grant to its Sebago Chapter in Waterford, Maine. The grant will improve four miles of Swett Brook for land-locked salmon populations. Wei...


Gardening lecture at the Waterford Library

WATERFORD — Ruth Copeman, executive director of the McLaughlin Garden, will give the 14th annual Sheena Fraser Lecture at 7 p.m. Thursday, June 23, at the Waterford Library. The program is free and the public is invited. Copeman's talk will focus on "The Photographic Strength of Flow...


Girl Scouts offering Lady Bug Club

WATERFORD — Join Girl Scouts and WREC this summer for a fun filled 6 week program in the Waterford area. The series is free and open to all girls in grades K-3 and will be held once a week in the afternoon beginning the end of June thru the first of August. Week 1: "Ladybugs, Welcom...


Waterford World's Fair gears up with new focus

WATERFORD — The Waterford World's Fair has a new look. “A back to Earth, down home, country fair, rich with skilled crafters, artisans, musicians and innovators,” is the way vendor coordinator Terry Swett described the changes that include additional land that has been cl...