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Elizabeth Fox (left), chair of the Historic District Commission, helped recently with the transfer of ownership of the John Frederick Kensett doll, affectionately known as Mini Kenny, to Artsplace. There to receive it was Ophelia Frazier (center) of the Performing and Fine Arts Committee while the doll’s creator, Agnes Wnuk (right), looked on.

Adopt A Family For The Holidays

October 9, 2015 by Special To The ...

The Cheshire Social Services annual "Adopt-A-Family" program is starting for the coming holiday season.

Honor Mark Jardim One Last Time This Sunday

October 9, 2015 by Special To The ...

The 14th annual and final Mark Jardim Memorial Jog (MJMJ) will take place this Sunday, Oct. 11, at Cheshire Park to honor the former Cheshire resident who was killed in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Towers in New York City. Hundreds of participants are expected to take part in the 5K race and fun run for kids.

Clothing Drive Scheduled For End Of Month

October 8, 2015 by Special To The ...

The weather outside isn't frightful just yet, but some warm winter clothes will certainly be delightful to some local families.

Celebrate The Season At Oktoberfest

October 7, 2015 by Special To The ...

Come celebrate October with the Cheshire Chamber of Commerce at the14th annual Oktoberfest on Monday, Oct. 19, at 6 p.m. in the Watch Factory Restaurant, 122 Elm St. The public is invited, along with all Chamber members. Live entertainment will add to the festive atmosphere.

CHS Boys' Basketball Upsets Shelton In Thursday's SCC First Round, Varsity Slate For Friday

On Thursday, Cheshire High School boys' basketball (ninth seed, 11-10) posted a 57-53 victory at Shelton (eighth, 13-8) in the Southern Connecticut Conference First Round.

CHS Ice Hockey Rallies To Beat Guilford On Wednesday

On Wednesday, Cheshire High School ice hockey (11-8) came back to beat host Guilford (14-5) 3-1 at East Haven Veterans Memorial Ice Rink.

College Recruiting Meeting Has Been Planned For Next Month At CHS

The Cheshire High School Booster Club is preparing for a college recruiting process meeting on Thursday, March 9, at 7 p.m.

CHS Boys' Basketball To Visit Shelton For SCC First Round, Co-Op Girls' Hockey Team Seeks To Defend D-II Title

Cheshire High School boys' basketball (10-10) has earned the ninth seed for the Southern Connecticut Conference Tournament.

Murray Places Third In Monday's State Open, Blades Win SCC D-II Semi On Ice

On Monday, Cheshire High School indoor track and field athletes competed in the State Open at New Haven's Floyd Little Athletic Center.

Co-Op Girls' Ice Hockey Team Wins Regular-Season Finale On Sunday, Varsity Slate For Monday

On Sunday, Amity/North Haven/Cheshire Co-Op girls' ice hockey (13-6-1) defeated Masuk/Joel Barlow/Newtown/Oxford Co-Op (5-12-1) 5-2 in the regular-season finale at The Rinks at Shelton.

CHS Skaters Win Thriller In OT On Saturday, Wrestler Places In Class LL, Co-Op Girls' Ice Hockey Team Settles For Scoreless Tie

In Saturday's final regular-season home game at Wesleyan University, Cheshire High School ice hockey (10-8) beat Simsbury (9-8) 3-2 in overtime.

Black Advances To Class LL Quarters On Mat, Girls' Ice Hockey Comes Up Short Against New Canaan, Varsity Slate For Saturday

On Friday, Cheshire High School wrestling senior captain Sean Black advanced in the Class LL Tournament at Trumbull.

Co-Op Girls' Ice Hockey Earns Sixth Straight Win On Thursday, CHS Boys' B-Ball Team Drops Thriller On Senior Night

On Thursday, Cheshire High School boys' basketball (10-10, 4-4 in Hammonasset Division) dropped the regular-season finale 50-48 to West Haven (11-8).

From This Week's Cheshire Herald

TOP STORIES

Image Company Employees Left in The Lurch

by Michael Torelli
Just over one dozen employees are left seeking new employment after a hair salon in Cheshire abruptly closed.

Town Awaits Decision on Case Against Department of Correction

by Michael Torelli
With the long-awaited court hearing now behind them, Town officials are left pining to find out whether or not they will receiver over $2 million that they feel is owed to Cheshire by the state Department of Corrections.

Local Family Knows What It Is To Be "Bewitched" By Genealogy

by John Rook
You are the sum of your parents, who are in turn the sum of theirs.

CPD To Partner With Other Towns On Serious Accident Investigations

by Michael Torelli
The Cheshire Police Department is entering into a partnership with nearby police departments that will allow a pooling of resources to investigate motor vehicle collisions involving serious injuries or fatalities.

OPINION

Opinion_141.jpgPartnerships, Not Regionalization

We share Councilor Paul Bowman's concern about partnerships between neighboring community departments leading to the regionalization, especially if state-mandated, of specific services.

SPORTS

Resized Matt Federico-1.jpgRams Hockey Wins In Overtime

by Greg Lederer
Entering overtime last Saturday at Wesleyan University, the Cheshire and Simsbury ice hockey teams had played an even game. Not only were the teams tied 2-2, but they had also taken an identical 23 shots in the first three periods.

AROUND TOWN

Acts Of A Few Cast Shadow On Town Youth

by John Rook
A person's teenage years are usually replete with rebellion.