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Members of Team Strictly Business, comprised of Cheshire School District employees, were recently awarded the winning trophy for the District Bowling League's winter 2015 season. For more on the league, see an upcoming edition of The Herald.

Street Sweeping To Begin April 4

March 18, 2016 by Special To The ...

The Town of Cheshire Public Works Department will begin sweeping town roads on Monday, April 4.
Sweeping operations will begin in the southwest corner of own and will progress throughout Cheshire. A map of the areas in the order they will be swept is available on the Town website at www.cheshirect.org.

"Mary Poppins" Takes Flight Tonight

March 17, 2016 by Special To The ...

If you're a big fan of the classic tale of Mary Poppins, then you'll want to set aside some time over the next few days.

Council Reviews $70.5 Million BOE Budget

March 16, 2016 by michael torelli

Town Councilors last night were presented with the Board of Education’s proposed $70.5 million budget, which incorporates funding to bring world languages into the elementary schools.

PZC Keeps Public Hearings On Subdivison, Orchard Open

March 15, 2016 by michael torelli

The Planning and Zoning Commission meeting last night brought forth residents who contended two separate applications regarding a local orchard and a 21-lot subdivision.

CHS Varsity Slate For Saturday

Saturday's Cheshire High School varsity spring sports schedule:

CHS Lacrosse Teams And Baseball Extend Win Streaks On Thursday, Golf Squads And Boys' Tennis Come Up Short

On Thursday, Cheshire High School girls' lacrosse (9-3) won their seventh straight 13-6 at Lauralton Hall (10-2).

CHS Baseball Ends Drought With Upset At Top-Ranked Rival, Cheshire Squads Earn Three Home Victories

On Wednesday, Cheshire High School baseball (8-4, 3-3 in Housatonic Division) came back from a 3-0 deficit to win 4-3 at defending Class LL/Southern Connecticut Conference Champion Amity (12-1, 6-1).

From This Week's Cheshire Herald

TOP STORIES

Fees Rising For Pool, Parks And Rec Programs

by Michael Torelli
The cost for certain activities offered by the Cheshire Parks and Recreation Department and at the Community Pool will be increasing beginning July 1.

McCormick.JPGLocal Woman Helps Wallingford Man Spread The Word About Defibrillators

by John Rook
It was, by all accounts, a record-setting day at the Cheshire Half Marathon & 5K on April 24.

A Few More Places To Eat In Town?
PZC Considering Change That Could Allow For More North End Restaurants

by Michael Torelli
There may be a few more places to eat in the north end of town if a proposed zoning regulation change is approved by the Planning and Zoning Commission.

Kidney.JPGNew Sign Brings Increased Exposure To National Kidney Foundation

by Michael Torelli
A new sign has prompted additional foot traffic for a national nonprofit located on Highland Avenue.

OPINION

Opinion_101.jpgNoise Issue Not Pressing

Move into any neighborhood across the U.S. and the issue of noise is bound to come up.

SPORTS

Ben Schena.jpgCHS Baseball, Lacrosse Ride Win Streaks

by Greg Lederer
Back on April 11, Cheshire High School baseball suffered a 13-3 loss at defending Class M/Housatonic Division Champion Sheehan.

AROUND TOWN

IMG_1692-Edit-Edit.jpgJaime Collins Battling Odds In Her Cancer Struggle

by Michael Torelli
The date was Oct. 26, 2015, when Cheshire’s Jaime Collins first felt a lump in her breast.