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Michael Torelli/Cheshire Herald
No injuries were reported after Cheshire police officers were called to the scene of a one-car motor vehicle accident last Wednesday on South Main Street, where a truck driver crashed into a tree.

Herald Office Closed Tomorrow

January 1, 2017 by michael torelli

Staff at The Cheshire Herald would like to remind all of our readers and advertisers that our office will be closed tomorrow in observance of the new year.
Our office will be open on Tuesday for normal business hours.
Thank you, and Happy New Year!

Sea Dog Swim Club Receives National Recognition

December 31, 2016 by john

The Cheshire Y/Sea Dog Swim Club was recognized as one of the top 100 swim programs in the country, through the USA Swimming's Club Excellence Program.  The Club Excellence Program is a voluntary program that identifies and recognizes USA Swimming clubs for their commitment to performance excellence. This program strives to meet the following objectives:

Kick Off The New Year With A Land Trust Hike

December 30, 2016 by Special To The ...

Cheshire Land Trust heads out for our annual New Year's Hike at Fresh Meadows Wildlife Sanctuary (Cook Hill Road), on Sunday, Jan. 1 at 1:00 p.m.
Quinnipiac Valley Audubon Society leads this hike with Melissa Baston. Let's see how our bird count stacks up this year.

Herald Design Manager Displaying Her Work

December 29, 2016 by Special To The ...

The Cheshire Herald's Sarah Cyr, graphic design manager, will be exhibiting her watercolor paintings at The Gallery at The Orchards from Jan 1 through 31. The title of her show is "The Sublime and Paradise", which will feature fantasy art storytelling and seascapes of the Gloucester, Massachusetts coastline. Cyr's art reception will be held on Sunday, Jan. 8, from 1 to 3 p.m.

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

Food Pantry Hoping Challenge Spurs Donations

by Michael Torelli
It can sometimes be easy to forget that, with all the turmoil taking place around the world, there may be friends or neighbors in Cheshire who are in need.

plow.jpgRecent Storm Conjures Memories Of Second Bubble Collapse

by Michael Torelli
While winter bore down on Connecticut last Thursday, delivering over a foot of snow to Cheshire, the date of the storm brought back memories of a much more difficult February for Town officials.

Solan Hopes To Clear Up Questions About Master Plan

by Michael Torelli
The architectural firm that developed a $423 million Facility Master Plan for the Board of Education will be making a presentation next Thursday on how best to move forward with the initiative.

Unified routine.jpgCheshire High School Students Cheering Their Team’s Unified Spirit

by Greg Lederer
Cheshire High School cheerleading senior co-captains Alexis Yamin and Kaitlyn D’Andrea have shared many special moments in a friendship that dates back to their time in elementary school.

OPINION

Opinion_141.jpgTime To Consider Ethics Board

With the Charter Revision Commission currently reviewing the Town’s governing document, and given the recent mini-controversy surrounding the decision by one member of the Water Pollution Control Authority to not recuse himself during discussions over a possible subdivision in Cheshire, perhaps now would be a good time for officials to give serious consideration to creating an Ethics Board.

SPORTS

Molly Michaud_0.jpgV-Ball Star Will Extend Career

by Greg Lederer
When Molly Michaud joined the Cheshire High School girls’ volleyball program four years ago, she had no idea how the team would change her life.

AROUND TOWN

Coffin.JPGMother’s Grief Channeled Toward Helping Others

by Michael Torelli
Cheshire’s Laura Coffin carries with her a JanSport backpack.


 

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