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A select group of Dodd Middle School students recently sailed Long Island Sound aboard a schooner with the help of a state grant. For more information the class’ experience, see an upcoming edition of The Cheshire Herald.

Rams Football Hold Off Hamden To Reach 3-3

October 19, 2013 by Greg Lederer

On Friday, at Alumni Field, Cheshire High School football (3-3) took a 13-0 halftime advantage and beat Hamden (3-3) 13-6. Scoring summary:
First Quarter
Six-yard touchdown run from junior Andrew Yamin (7:31) 7-0, CHS
Extra point from sophomore Matt D'Andrea was good
Second Quarter
Five-yard touchdown run from junior Jack Cunningham (30 seconds) 13-0, CHS

A Festival Of Pumpkins Today At St. Peter's Church

October 19, 2013 by John Rook

If you're a fan of pumpkins, then there is only one place to be this weekend.
St. Peter's Second Annual PumpkinFest is being held from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. today.
The PumpkinFest will feature food and activities, including a costume parade for children at 1 p.m. There will also be bounce-houses, fall-themed games, races, a hayride, and a "touch-a-truck" area.

Bring Your Bicycles And Instruments To Cheshire Academy Tomorrow

October 18, 2013 by Special To The ...

This year, as part of an International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme service project, four Cheshire Academy students have decided to collect instruments and bicycles—in any state of repair—in order to spruce up and provide them to local homeless shelters. As IB Instructor and CAS advisor Chip Boyd explains, “These are items that homeless shelters are constantly looking for.

Board Of Ed Expected To Discuss Full-Day Kindergarten Tonight

October 17, 2013 by John Rook

When the Board of Education meets tonight in Council Chambers at Town Hall, it is expected that full-day kindergarten will be discussed.
The idea of changing from Cheshire's current half-day schedule to full-day has created much debate in town over the last several weeks, and a task force charged with researching the issue recently presented their findings to a BOE committee.

CHS Softball Beats Foran In SCC Quarters, Boys' V-Ball Ends Season, Golf Teams Split

In Wednesday's Southern Connecticut Conference quarterfinals, Cheshire High School softball (top seed, 20-1) defeated Foran (eighth, 11-10) 7-1.

Skibitcky, Simione Win Titles For CHS On Tuesday

On Tuesday, Cheshire High School junior track and field athlete Janaia Skibitcky took home three medals from the Southern Connecticut Conference Championship at Sheehan.

Stauffer Returns To D-III National Final, CHS Boys' Lacrosse Falls In Finale

Sophomore mid-fielder Nicole Stauffer, a 2013 Cheshire High School graduate, contribute to Trinity College women's lacrosse beating Franklin & Marshall College 11-6 in Saturday's NCAA Division III semifinal in Chester, Pennsylvania.

CHS Softball Caps Best Regular Season, Baseball And Boys' Tennis Also Win On Friday

On Friday, Cheshire High School softball (19-1, two-time defending Housatonic Champion at 8-0) beat North Haven (10-10) 9-1 to sweep the series.

CHS Softball Takes First Loss, Girls' Tennis Falls On Senior Day, Varsity Schedule For Friday

On Thursday, Cheshire High School softball (18-1, Housatonic Division Champion at 8-0) took their first loss 4-3 to Lauralton Hall (16-3).

From This Week's Cheshire Herald

Fighting Hartford
Town Says Cap On Motor Vehicle Tax Will Cost Cheshire Thousands

by Michael Torelli
Part of a proposed Connecticut State Senate bill could result in a loss of nearly $300,000 in revenue for Cheshire, starting in 2017.

veterans_1.JPGAt High School, Veterans Take Center Stage At Special Luncheon

by Michael Torelli
Cheshire resident Tom Riccitelli was just 18 years old and a high school graduate when he was drafted into the military.

Prepping For The Worst
PD Prepares For Possible Kidnapping Scenario

by Michael Torelli
When an adult or child is abducted, law enforcement officials have only a few hours to gather information if they expect to return the missing person home safely.

Elim Park Offers Annual “Gifts” To PD, FD

by Michael Torelli
The Cheshire Town Council recently accepted a donation of $340,000 from Elim Park to be used towards expenses at the local Fire and Police departments.

OPINION

Opinion_50.jpgA Matter Of Trust Between The Town And State

Trust is essential to the survival of any good relationship.

SPORTS

Rennie 5.jpgCHS Softball Wins For Seniors

by Greg Lederer
After tearing her anterior cruciate ligament and meniscus last November, Cheshire High School’s Casey Harding wasn’t sure about the prospects for her senior season of softball.

AROUND TOWN

Vietnam 1.jpgRefugees Of Vietnam War Were Welcomed And Scorned In 1975

War is hell. That’s how General William Sherman described it during the American Civil War, as his Union soldiers decimated much of the South during what has become known as Sherman’s March to the Sea.


 

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