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Tracey Harrington/Cheshire Herald
Two residents were out walking their dog around Gardner Court Tuesday afternoon, as the last of the winter storm based by. For more on the storm, see this week's Herald.

Summer Camp Academy Offering Young Tycoons A Blueprint For Success

July 8, 2013 by John Rook

Is a business career in the future for you teenager? If so, you may want to enroll her or him in S.A.F.E., the Sobon Academy For Entrepreneurs.
This is a different kind of summer camp, one that was born out of a partnership between resident Ron Gagliardi, who will serve as the Academy's "headmaster," and businesswoman Sharon Sobon.

Kile Promoted By Qunnipiac

July 7, 2013 by Special To The ...

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Justin W. Kile, of Cheshire, has been promoted from associate professor to the newly created position of associate dean of engineering at Quinnipiac University.

Kol Ami Innovates New Innovative Policy for their Sunday School

July 6, 2013 by Special To The ...

This year, Kol Ami invites anyone with children in the age group of Pre. K, Kindergarten and First Grade, to attend our religious school FREE of charge, located at the Kol Ami Synagogue at 1484 Highland Avenue in Cheshire. You don’t even need to be a member of Kol Ami to take advantage of this special offer. Come and meet us and our Kol Ami Family!

Jalowiec Decision To Be Published In Journal

July 4, 2013 by Special To The ...

The Quinnipiac Probate Law Journal, which is published quarterly by the Quinnipiac University School of Law in cooperation with the
National College of Probate Judges and Connecticut Probate Assembly, has selected for publication a judicial decision rendered by the Hon. Matthew Jalowiec in January of 2012.

Cunningham Earns First Victory Of The Year, CHS Girls' Basketball And Ice Hockey Pick Up Big Wins

On Wednesday, Cheshire High School skiing went a combined 7-3 at Mount Southington.

CHS Ice Hockey Rallies By Host Indians, Basketball Teams Earn Sweep

On Friday, Cheshire High School ice hockey (6-5-1) scored five straight goals to defeat host North Haven (2-5-1) 5-2 at Northford Ice Pavilion.

CHS Skiing Fares Well In Second Meet, Wrestling And Girls' Ice Hockey Drop Contests

On Wednesday, the Cheshire High School ski teams competed in their second meet at Mount Southington.

From This Week's Cheshire Herald

Board Approves $70 Million Budget
Members Tack More Than $500,000 Onto Superintendent’s Original Recommendation

by Michael Torelli
The Cheshire Board of Education unanimously approved Superintendent of Schools Dr. Greg Florio’s budget proposal last night, but with some additional changes.

swimming.jpgMeeting The Needs Of Cheshire Swimmers

by Michael Torelli
Cheshire Aquatics Director Sheila Adams has proven that, even though the Community Pool is closed indefinitely, you cannot keep her out of the water.

Where’s The Ladder Truck?
Some Question Delay In Purchasing New Fire Truck

by Michael Torelli
Taxpayers in Cheshire approved a $1.08 million referendum question last November which provided the Cheshire Fire Department with enough funding to purchase a new aerial ladder truck.

CHS Heating Pipe_0.JPGCold Winter Weather Has Caused Problems At School Buildings

by Michael Torelli
Last week’s cold snap resulted in the Cheshire School District having to shell out a few dollars for repairs for burst pipes and boiler issues.

OPINION

Opinion_38.jpgPatience Needed When It Comes To Ladder Truck

Government, whether at the local, state, or federal level, oftentimes gives its citizens plenty of reason for frustration.

SPORTS

Heath Post.jpgCHS Earns Key Division Victory

by Greg Lederer
On Tuesday, Cheshire High School boys’ basketball (7-3, 4-0 in Housatonic Division) rode a fast start into a 72-66 win at Shelton. Both teams entered unbeaten in the division.

pittsley.JPGJube Road Journeys Through Cheshire’s Lesser Known Past

by Michael Torelli
As a fourth-generation resident of Cheshire, Christine Pittsley always had an interest in her hometown—a quintessential farming community that traces its founding back to the 1700s.