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The bridge off of Blacks Road is almost complete, which will certainly be welcome news to those living in the area who have dealt with detours during the construction.

Debate Over Death Penalty Heats Up As Petit Family Weighs In

March 16, 2012 by John Rook

Joshua Komisarjevsky and Steven Hayes, the two men convicted of killing three Cheshire women in the summer of 2007, currently sit on death row awaiting their punishment.
However, how long "death row" even stays in existence is up for question.
Connecticut lawmakers began debating whether to abolish the state's capital punishment law this week, as both sides of the debate weighed in.

Preview Of This Week's Cheshire Herald

March 15, 2012 by John Rook

Have you gotten you Cheshire Herald yet? If not, here's what you're missing:

*Town Manager Michael Milone unveiled his budget last week: a $99.7 million proposal. If adopted as-is, it would mean most families in Cheshire would pay approximately $184 more in taxes. Read what Milone and others had to say about the recommendation.

DOT To Begin Bridge Work

March 14, 2012 by Special To The ...

The Connecticut Department of Transportation is announcing that construction is scheduled to begin on or about March 19, 2012 for the Replacement of Bridge No. 01077 (Route 70 over Broad Brook) in the Town of Cheshire.

Milone Proposes Two Percent Increase For Operating Budget

March 12, 2012 by Josh Morgan

Town Manager Michael Milone is proposing a $2 million budget increase for the upcoming fiscal year that, if approved, would result in a tax increase for most residents and businesses.

Diker Selected For Executive Management Program

March 12, 2012 by Special To The ...

Cheshire Public School District’s Madeleine C. Diker was recently selected to participate in School Nutrition Association’s (SNA) exclusive Executive Management Program, taught by top ranked faculty members of Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business.

Some Interesting Facts About Daylight Saving Time

March 11, 2012 by John Rook

Daylight Saving Time officially kicked in at 2 a.m. this morning, but if your clocks haven't done it on their own, make sure to set all of them ahead by one hour this morning.
In case you were wondering a little bit about Daylight Savings, below are a few unique facts that might pique your interest:

CHS Varsity Schedule For Saturday

Saturday's Cheshire High School varsity slate:

Miller, Bronson To Participate Regionally In NFL Punt, Pass, And Kick

On Sunday, two Cheshire residents will visit Foxborough, Mass. to compete in the regional round of the NFL Punt, Pass, and Kick contest.

CHS Boys' Soccer Ends Season At Surf Club, Football To Host Fairfield Prep On Friday

On Thursday, Cheshire High School boys' soccer (4-11-1, 2-5 in Housatonic Division) lost the finale 4-2 against host Daniel Hand (12-0-4) at the Surf Club.

CHS Girls' Soccer, Field Hockey To Host SCC Quarters On Saturday

Cheshire High School teams host Southern Connecticut Conference quarterfinals on Saturday.

CHS Girls' V-Ball And Boys' Soccer Win On Senior Night, Crieger Records Game-Winner For Field Hockey Team

On Wednesday, Cheshire High School girls' volleyball (18-0, 8-0 in Housatonic Division) beat Amity (16-3, 6-2) 3-1 (25-16, 25-15, 19-25, 25-23) to sweep the series and secure a seventh straight Housatonic Division title (record).

CA Girls' Volleyball And Field Hockey Win On Wednesday, Boys' Soccer Settles For Draw

Wednesday's Cheshire Academy sports recaps:

CHS Girls' Soccer Drops Regular Season Finale At SHA, Wednesday's Varsity Schedule

On Tuesday, Cheshire High School girls' soccer (9-4-3, 4-2-2 in Housatonic Division) lost 2-1 in the regular season finale at Sacred Heart Academy (8-6-2).

Lady Rams Win Back SCC Title In The Pool, Girls Sweep On Monday

On Monday, Cheshire High School girls' swim and dive (11-0) defeated Amity (11-1) 95-5-88.5 in the dual-meet finale at Hamden Hall Country Day School's Beckerman Athletic Center.

From This Week's Cheshire Herald

Juvenile Review Board Put On Hold
Councilors Raise Questions About Implementation Of New Program

by Michael Torelli
After the Cheshire Town Council raised concerns about a number of unanswered questions regarding the proposed Juvenile Review Board at a recent meeting, officials chose to unanimously table the proposal and discuss it at a later date.

pumpkinfest.JPGPumpkinFest Offers A Little Bit Of Everything

by Michael Torelli
A burst of rain on Saturday afternoon did not prevent local residents from attending St. Peter’s Episcopal Church’s annual PumpkinFest event last weekend.

Student Housing Debate Continues

by Michael Torelli
The discussion regarding an influx of Quinnipiac University students into Cheshire continued last week as a local landlord challenged the concerns expressed by others.

osteria.JPGOsteria Brings New Cuisine To Town

by Michael Torelli
It’s safe to say that Viron Rondo knows his way around a restaurant.

OPINION

Opinion_26.jpgTown Should Pay For Mailboxes

Winter in Connecticut is no day at the beach for municipalities.

SPORTS

swim and dive.jpgGirls Unseat Rival As SCC Champs

by Greg Lederer
For the Cheshire High School girls’ swim and dive team, the fall season had built up to Monday’s contest against Amity at Hamden Country Day School’s Beckerman Athletic Center. CHS had been unbeaten in each of the last three years before falling to their rival in the dual-meet finale.

AROUND TOWN

lights of hope.jpgLights Of Hope Kickoff To Shine On The Green

by Michael Torelli
It has been 10 years since Cheshire residents Jenifer and Don Walsh first gathered their neighborhood, friends, and family together to raise funds for multiple sclerosis research.


 

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