In 2015, from April to May, Grade 8 student Olivia Collver was a page at Queen’s Park.
Carol Steedman writes about events and happenings in and around Waterford.
Waterford had seen prosperity, seemingly ahead of its time, in the 1800s and early 1900s.
Two years ago next month, there was an open house at Waterford Baptist Church to introduce the community to the Youth Zone drop-in centre at the church.
People with developmental disabilities are facing change over the next year.
Waterford is brimming with events through September, and all are quite exciting to experience.
“If you build it, they will come,” is a known saying, and Whistling Gardens near Wilsonville certainly exemplifies that.
Waterford District High School got its start in 1892 after fire destroyed the public school and a petition was circulated in support of a high school.
With the federal election set for Oct. 19, Haldimand-Norfolk voters will get a chance to hear from the candidates -- and ask questions -- at a meeting Oct. 1 at 7 p.m. at the Old Town Hall on Main Street South in Waterford.
Waterford Heritage and Agricultural Museum is hosting a unique display of rug-hooking artwork entitled The Barn Raising Project. It includes 40 handcrafted pieces that show the beauty of the rural landscape and a wide assortment of barns from across Canada.
Local artist Gale Lemery is busy creating beautiful sculptures from hardened fabric for her art exhibition and sale in a couple of weeks.