The biggest piece of news this week happened Friday, when Four pets died, and the homeowners had not insured the home, but nobody was hurt.
Earlier Friday, Patch looked at the Town of just seven months into the fiscal year. If the trend continues at the same rate, the deficit will be $2.8 million by the end of the year. First Selectman Dan Steward said the town would explore all options to help offset the deficit.
On Tuesday, Robert “Bob” Hunter Hunter was a lifelong Waterford resident who worked in the for 37 years, and was a "local celebrity," according to his two daughters.
On Saturday, Lumachip Inc, a Waterford business, was awarded a $500,000 loan by the state government. Lumachip is expecting to hire another 20 employees as it becomes a leader in LED technology, according to company leaders.
is still on schedule, and could become one of the This week, Millstone , which means finding a way for more than 100,000 people to leave the area in a timely and safe fashion.
On Monday, Patch profiled a female Clark Lane Middle School paraprofessional , Wednesday to the and Tuesday night, the Waterford High School boys basketball team finished since 1976.