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The Quinnipiac Valley Audubon Society (QVAS) and Cheshire Land Trust will present Meet the Ducks with Benjamin Sonnenberg, director of environmental education at Livingston Ripley Waterfowl Conservancy at the Ives Farm barn, 1585 Cheshire St. The program will be held October 16, from 1:00 - 2:00 p.m.

CLT Seeking Volunteers For This Weekend's Stewardship Day

September 21, 2015 by Special To The ...

If you enjoy hiking, walking, or bird watching on properties stewarded by the Cheshire Land Trust, consider helping on CLT’s fall Stewardship Day this Saturday, Sept. 26, at the Ives Farm barn on 1585 Cheshire St.

Raccoon Tests Positive For Rabies

September 20, 2015 by John Rook

Cheshire Animal Control reports that a raccoon that attacked two dogs on Jarvis Street on Sunday, Sept. 13, tested positive for rabies.

CHS Football Held Scoreless By Hand Tigers In Home Loss

September 19, 2015 by Greg Lederer

In a defensive struggle on Friday, Cheshire High School football (1-1) came up short 14-0 against Daniel Hand (2-0). The Tigers scored touchdowns in each half to win the Southern Connecticut Conference Division I East opener. Scoring summary:
Second Quarter
35-yard touchdown pass from Hand senior quarterback Nick Van Dell to classmate Ryan Kaufmann (24 seconds)

Trolley Tour Exploring New Area Of Town

September 19, 2015 by John Rook

The 2015 Trolley Tour is coming to Cheshire on Sunday, Oct. 4, and will explore South Brooksvale and more.

CA Football Returns To Action On Saturday

On Saturday, Cheshire Academy football (0-2) aims for their first win against visiting St. Thomas More School at 7 p.m.

CHS Football Falls To Explosive Blue Devils On The Road

In a battle of unbeaten teams on Friday, the Cheshire High School football team (3-1) was dealt their first loss 41-14 at West Haven (4-0).

CHS Earns Three Home Victories On Friday, Cross Country Teams Place Second In Nonnewaug Invite

On Friday, Cheshire High School field hockey (5-0-0-1) secured their fourth straight win 5-0 over Mercy (1-5).

CHS Girls' Soccer And Volleyball Teams Earn Road Wins On Wednesday, Girls' Swim And Dive Squad To Compete On Thursday

On Wednesday, Cheshire High School girls' soccer (6-1) secured their sixth consecutive victory 5-0 at East Haven (0-5-2).

CHS Teams Sweep On Tuesday, Varsity Slate For Wednesday

On Tuesday, Cheshire High School cross country squads swept their home openers at Cheshire Park.

CHS Girls' Teams Go Unbeaten On Monday, Varsity Sports Slate For Tuesday

On Monday, Cheshire High School girls' swim and dive (5-0) collected their 27th straight dual-meet victory 94-82 over previously undefeated Sacred Heart Academy (4-1).

Daddi Wins X-C Title At Winding Trails Invite, Helps Her Team Finish Third Overall

On Saturday, Cheshire High School cross country teams visited Farmington for the Winding Trails Invite.

From This Week's Cheshire Herald

TOP STORIES

DSC_0504_0.JPGTown Given Green Light To Pursue Property

by Michael Torelli
Just over 1,700 residents gave the Cheshire Town Council the go-ahead to spend up to $3 million for a piece of property on Route 10—land the Town has been negotiating for over the past year.

More Dunkin’ On The Way
New Dunkin’ Donuts Approved By PZC

by Michael Torelli
Everybody runs on Dunkin’, even in the north end of Cheshire.

Election Thumb.jpgLinehan, Falvey Ready To Square Off For 103rd District Seat

by Michael Torelli
Two Cheshire residents are vying for an open seat in the state House of Representatives, but it’s not the first time either is running for office.

Program To Help Those With Chronic Illness

by Michael Torelli
For individuals with chronic illnesses, even daily tasks can be challenging.

OPINION

Opinion_121.jpgMoving Slowly Is Fine, As Long As There Is Movement

It’s hard to say that the “people have spoken” in regards to the Chapman property on Route 10.

SPORTS

Elijah Allston.jpgCHS Football Runs By Sheehan

by Greg Lederer
Cheshire High School football attracted a big crowd for last Friday’s home opener, but the game didn’t start well for the host team.

AROUND TOWN

Letters 1.jpgIssues Debated In 1968 Not So Different Today

by John Rook
It’s a tough time in America at the moment.


 

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