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Michael Torelli/Cheshire Herald
Even before snow hit the area on Wednesday, some residents, like one off of Mountain Road, were preparing to protect their mailboxes from snowplows deployed by the Town during storms. Officials are mulling over an change in regulations that would effect the replacement of destroyed mailboxes in Cheshire. For more on that, story, see this week's Cheshire Herald.

Younger Falvey Plans To Run For Third District Seat

August 29, 2013 by John Rook

Cheshire Town Councilor Andy Falvey has been looking for a replacement to run for his Third District seat this coming election.
Turns out, he didn't have to look very far at all.
On Tuesday night, Andy Falvey announced that his son, 22-year-old Joseph Falvey, a recent graduate from the University of New Haven, plans to seek election to his father's seat on the Council.

Pool Cover Approved During Contentious Council Meeting

August 28, 2013 by John Rook

Rarely has an 8-1 vote by the Cheshire Town Council been so acrimonious.
With only one dissent, the Council approved the $3.2 million tension membrane option proposed by the Pool Evaluation Committee earlier this month, officially sending it to referendum in November for the consideration of voters.

Council Expected To Approve Pool Cover Option Tonight

August 27, 2013 by John Rook

For the last several weeks, the Cheshire Town Council has been reviewing its Capital Budget.
Tonight, it's expected the Council will approve that Budget, including a few high-priced items that will be put before the voters in November.

School Starts On Thursday, Meaning More Traffic And Police Enforcement

August 26, 2013 by Special To The ...

The following was released by the Cheshire Police Department in anticipation of classes resuming at Cheshire schools this week:

The Cheshire Police Department wishes to remind motorists that school will be back in session on Thursday August 29, 2013.

Cheshire Senior Girls Come Up Short In 17th Powder Puff Classic

In Tuesday's 17th Powder Puff Classic, Cheshire High School senior girls lost 28-12 against Southington.

CA Girls' Volleyball Captures First NEPSAC Title

Cheshire Academy girls' volleyball (18-1) swept Winchendon (Massachusetts) 3-0 (25-19, 25-13, 25-10) to win their first New England Preparatory School Athletic Council Class C title.

CJF Fifth Grade Falls In SYFC Final

In Sunday's Shoreline Youth Football Conference title game, Cheshire Junior Football fifth grade (9-2) lost 26-13 against the Bristol Bulldogs at Sheehan High School.

CHS Girls' Volleyball Ends Win Streak In LL Title Match, Boyer Claims First State Open Crown

On Saturday, Cheshire High School girls' volleyball (top seed, 24-1) lost 3-0 (22-25, 17-25, 21-25) against Darien (second, 25-0) to end their 51-match win streak in the Class LL final at Glastonbury.

CA Football Comes Up Short In Bowl Thriller, Girls' V-Ball Sweeps In NEPSAC Semis

In Saturday's New England Preparatory School Athletic Council (NEPSAC) Ken O'Keefe Bowl, Cheshire Academy football (8-1) took their first and only loss 31-28 against rival Suffield Academy (7-2).

From This Week's Cheshire Herald

Pool_0.JPGResidents Upset Over Pool Delay
Advocates For Pool Covering Angered About Length Of Process

by Michael Torelli
When Cheshire voters went to the polls earlier this month, they were asked to decide on several referendum questions.

Town Creates List Of Issues To Present In Hartford

by Michael Torelli
The 2014 Elections were held just three weeks ago but Town Manager Michael Milone already has a list of issues he’d like to see addressed by Cheshire’s Hartford delegation when they begin the new session.

Austin.jpgAustin’s Career Brought Him In Contact With All-Time Great Giants

by Michael Torelli
For nearly a decade, Cheshire resident David Austin made a name for himself on the football field.

Town Updates Hazard Mitigation Plan

by Michael Torelli
Accidents happen.
Whether it is from flooding, heavy amounts of snow, high winds or a tropical storm, property and personal damage can occur.

OPINION

Opinion_31.jpgA Puzzle Worth 1,000 Words

Figuring out a crossword puzzle requires a nimble mind.

SPORTS

CA girls' volleyball.jpgCA V-Ball Team Wins Elusive Title

by Greg Lederer
Despite winning the program’s first New England Preparatory School Athletic Council Class C regular season title last season, Cheshire Academy girls’ volleyball ended the year wanting more. The team fell 3-1 in the title match at rival King School.

AROUND TOWN

Ann Fennelly: 37 Years Of Clever Clues

Only one thing defines the cycle of life for all things organic or man-made—there must be a beginning and an end.