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Lt. General Richard Formica, the highest-ranking member of the military ever to graduate from Cheshire High School, will be a part of Sunday's Memorial Day Parade in Town. Today, however, he is meeting with students at his old school, and will speak at a special assembly beginning at 10:30 a.m. For more on what Formica has to say, see an upcoming edition of The Herald.

Adinolfi On Track To Win Re-election

November 4, 2014 by John Rook

Veteran State Representative Al Adinolfi (R-103) has what appears to be a comfortable lead over Democratic challenger Kristen Selleck. Unofficial numbers have Adinolfi up over Selleck by a 3410 to 2650 vote count. Tallies from Southington are still expected.

Fritz Camp Claims Win In 90th District

November 4, 2014 by John Rook

Long-serving State Representative Mary Fritz (D-90) is reporting that she has won her re-election bid over Republican challenger Richard Abbate by roughly 920 votes. Fritz has represented the 90th District for 30 of the last 32 years, making her one of the longest-serving members of the General Assembly in Hartford.

Bartolomeo Shows Early Lead Over Suzio

November 4, 2014 by John Rook

According to unofficial numbers currently available, State Senator Dante Bartolomeo has a 1864 to 1246 vote lead over Republican challenger Len Suzio. However, only precincts from Meriden have reported as of yet, with Cheshire, Middlefield and Middletown still to report.

Check Back With The Cheshire Herald For Your Election Night Coverage

November 4, 2014 by John Rook

The polls are open and voters are heading to the ballot box to make their voice heard.
Classes are out today and schools around Cheshire have been turned into voting stations (see front page of website for listing of polling stations).

CHS Boys' V-Ball Rallies To Win Sixth SCC Crown, Saturday's Varsity Schedule, Class Tournament Updates

In Friday's Southern Connecticut Conference final, Cheshire High School boys' volleyball (top seed, 15-5) came back to defeat Daniel Hand (second, 10-10) 3-2 (25-18, 25-27, 23-25, 25-15, 15-7) for their sixth conference tournament crown.

CHS Softball Beats Amity To Reach SCC Final, Girls' LAX Drops Title Game In OT Thriller, Boys' V-Ball To Host Championship On Friday

In Thursday's Southern Connecticut Conference final, Cheshire High School girls' lacrosse (second seed, 13-5) came up short 11-10 in overtime against top-seeded Daniel Hand (16-2) at West Haven.

Abramson Sparks CHS Softball In Shutout Of Guilford, Boys' Volleyball Advances To SCC Title Match

Led by junior co-captain/pitcher Abby Abramson, Cheshire High School softball (top seed, 21-0) posted an 11-0 shutout of Guilford (eighth, 11-10) in the Southern Connecticut Conference quarterfinals.

CHS Girls' Lacrosse Wins Big In SCC Semi, Track And Field Athletes Capture Conference Titles, Golf Teams Sweep Foes

On Tuesday, Cheshire High School girls' lacrosse (second seed, 13-4) earned their fourth consecutive win 14-4 over Branford (third, 14-3) in the Southern Connecticut Conference semifinals at CHS.

CHS Girls' Golf Beats SHA, Baseball Falls To Late Comeback In Regular Season Finale, Tennis Teams Split In SCC First Round

Led by a 48 from junior Karen Larkin on Monday, Cheshire High School girls' golf (5-13) defeated Sacred Heart Academy 207-223 at Southington Country Club.

From This Week's Cheshire Herald

TOP STORIES

Subdivision’s Fate Uncertain As New Concerns Arise
PZC Puts Off Decision On Development As Residents Point To Possible Environmental Issues

by Michael Torelli
It may not be Cheshire alone that ultimately decides the fate of the controversial Clearview Farms Preserve development project.

rowland.JPGFor Rowland, Honor Flight Was An Experience To Remember

by John Rook
For Cheshire’s Ralph Rowland, the trip from Okinawa back to the coast of California took several weeks.

State’s Troubles Less Impactful Than Feared

by Michael Torelli
State budget deficits are expected to have a negative impact on many municipalities.

Congressional Reception with Elizabeth Esty.jpgProgram Introduces Riddle To Leaders From Around The World

by Greg Lederer
While growing up in Cheshire, Kelly Riddle never thought about wearing a sash and gown.

OPINION

Opinion_104.jpgHonor The Dead, Care For The Living

There is, as many point out each year, an important difference between Memorial Day and Veterans Day, with the former offering the nation a moment to remember those who have made the ultimate sacrifice in service to our country.

SPORTS

Abby Abramson_0.jpgCheshire Softball Makes History

by Greg Lederer
Headed into last Friday’s game against East Haven, Cheshire High School softball knew they were just one win away from securing the program’s first unbeaten regular season.

AROUND TOWN

South Carolina.jpgCouple’s Letter Raised Ire Of S.C. Governor

by John Rook
What gets printed each week in The Cheshire Herald doesn’t automatically stay in Cheshire.


 

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