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In October, the Thomas family will be walking in a fundraising event in an effort to find a cure against Type 1 diabetes, an illness that has impacted the life of Gracie Thomas (fourth from left.) For more on their story, see an upcoming edition of The Cheshire Herald.

As Weather Heats Up, Make Sure To Pick Up Your Mixville Passes

June 11, 2014 by Special To The ...

Mixville Park will be open to the public on a daily basis from 7 a.m. to dusk. From now through Sept. 1, a parking fee will be in effect. Parking rates will be as follows:
Seasonal Pass – $40 resident, $120 non-resident
Daily Pass – $5 resident, $10 non-resident

Support Special Olympics With Some Special Tips

June 10, 2014 by Special To The ...

Please come out and join members of the Cheshire Police Department as they hold their annual Tip-A-Cop event in support of the Connecticut Special Olympics.

One Month Left To Participate In Triple Winner Game At Stop & Shop

June 9, 2014 by Special To The ...

Calling all Connecticut Stop & Shop customers—now through July 10, or while ticket supplies last, shoppers will have the opportunity to help support pediatric brain tumor care and research at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute through Stop & Shop’s annual Triple Winner Game.

Milone Sets New Goals And Objectives For Year

June 7, 2014 by michael torelli

Town Manager Michael Milone has a few new goals and objectives to add to his already expansive list for the upcoming fiscal year.

CJF Kicks Off New Year On Sunday

Cheshire Junior Football opens on the 2015 season on Sunday.

Cheshire Football Opens Up Pre-season Camp, Will Practice With Berlin On Thursday

Cheshire High School football opened fall practice last Friday.

CHS Teams Start Practice For 2015 Season

Cheshire High School boys' and girls' cross country, field hockey, boys' and girls' soccer, girls' swim and dive, and girls' volleyball teams begin the fall pre-season on Thursday.

From This Week's Cheshire Herald

TOP STORIES

Council Approves $54.25 Million Capital Budget
Voters Will Determine Fate Of Six Items At Referendum In November

by Michael Torelli
Town Councilors unanimously approved a $54.25 million five-year capital expenditure plan Tuesday night, of which $10.60 million was allocated for the current fiscal year.

Fortier.JPGCara Fortier Blazing A Trail At Cheshire Police Department

by Michael Torelli
As far back as she could remember, Cara Fortier always wanted to be a police officer.

Review Board Making An Early Impact

by Michael Torelli
Though they have only held a few meetings since initially being formed last spring, the nine-member Juvenile Review Board has served its purpose of providing Cheshire’s youth an option other than the juvenile justice system when faced with a first-time offense.

Barnum.JPGPortion Of Route 10 To Be Renamed In Honor Of Local Heroes

by Michael Torelli
It is not often that a community can say that two of its residents have been honored with the most prestigious military recognition possible.

OPINION

Opinion_63.jpgMake A Decision On CHS Facility

It seems that there is consensus among most on the Cheshire Town Council that the concession stand/bathroom facility at the Maclary Athletic Complex behind Cheshire High School needs extensive work.

SPORTS

RJ Oris_0.jpgCHS Football Is Reloading

by Greg Lederer
Cheshire High School football enjoyed a resurgence last fall, securing their best win total (8-3) since winning the Class LL title in 2009. For the first time in six years, Cheshire was Southern Connecticut Division I East Champion (3-1), sharing the crown with Notre Dame-West Haven.

AROUND TOWN

Petty Crimes And Misdemeanors

by John Rook
Cheshire has had no shortage of gruesome crimes throughout its history.


 

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