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Tree Trimming remains a hot topic of conversation around town as many residents are upset by what they see as excessive trimming, some of which can be viewed off South Meriden Road (above). In this week's Herald, a letter to the editor offers up a different perspective on the debate. Make sure to pick up your copy today.

Komisarjevsky Trial Begins Today

September 19, 2011 by John Rook

It has been more than four years since three Cheshire women were murdered in their home in July of 2007, and the second man accused in that crime will finally go on trial today.

For Stauffer Sisters, CHS Truly Is Family Affair

September 18, 2011 by Greg Lederer

Cheshire twin sisters Taylor and Erica Stauffer have enjoyed special moments together, even winning three Cheshire Youth Softball Championships.
“We didn't feel like twins on the team,” recalled Taylor. “We were more like teammates because we both contributed in different ways. It was good to see her (Erica) do well.”

Fall Festival Hailed As “Biggest Ever” By Organizers

September 17, 2011 by Josh Morgan

Over the years, the Cheshire Fall Festival and Marketplace has grown from a small parking lot tag sale to a large event that occupies much of Bartlem park.

Nothing To Do This Sunday? There's A Lot To Choose From In Cheshire

September 16, 2011 by Special To The ...

Have any plans this weekend?
If you're unsure what to do with those precious days off from work, we have a few suggestions for you. Hopefully, you have some free time on Sunday:)

Sunday, Sept. 18
Kol Ami Annual Shred Fest
9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Kol Ami parking lot, 1484 Highland Ave.

Council Approves New Contract For Milone

September 15, 2011 by John Rook

With unanimous support from the Cheshire Town Council, Town Manager Michael Milone received a three-percent pay increase on Tuesday night.

Judge Denies Motion To Sequester Jury Ahead Of Trial

September 14, 2011 by John Rook

The trial of accused murderer Joshua Komisarjevsky is scheduled to begin on Monday, Sept. 19, but not before Judge Jon Blue considers the latest rounds of defense motions.

CHS Teams Collect Wins On Wednesday, Boys' V-Ball And Girls' Tennis Fall To Unbeaten Foes

On Wednesday, Cheshire High School baseball (5-3, 3-1 in Housatonic Division) secured a 3-2 win at Sheehan (5-3, 2-1).

Lady Rams Sweep In Track And Field, Boys' Tennis Wins Second Straight

Cheshire High School girls' outdoor track and field improved to 5-0 on Tuesday, sweeping host Hamden (90-60), Hillhouse (95-54), and Wilbur Cross (79.5-69.5).

CHS Girls' LAX, Softball, Boys' Volleyball And Golf Won On Monday

On Monday, Cheshire High School girls' lacrosse (4-1) posted a 6-1 win at Branford (4-1).

Baseball Continues Hot Streak, Girls' Lacrosse Pulls Away At Amity

On Saturday, Cheshire High School baseball (4-2, 2-0 in Housatonic Division) secured its fourth win in a row 7-3 at Branford (2-3).

CHS Teams Sweep On Thursday

On Thursday, Cheshire High School boys' lacrosse (1-3) ran off 11 straight goals in earning their first win 16-2 over Branford (1-3).

CHS Boys' V-Ball And Tennis Teams Earn Wins, Girls' LAX And Tennis Come Up Short

Cheshire High School boys' volleyball (3-0) stayed unbeaten on Wednesday, sweeping Masuk (1-2) 3-0 by scores of 25-19, 25-10, and 25-19.

From This Week's Cheshire Herald

Still At Odds
Debate Between Developer, Elmwood Drive Residents Continues At PZC

by Michael Torelli
The Planning and Zoning Commission’s public hearing on a proposed infill development off Route 10 was closed on April 14, but a vote was not held.

Deanna Giulietti.jpgCheshire’s Giulietti Scores Big With “Perfect”

by Greg Lederer
Deanna Giulietti is no stranger to performing for an audience.
Yet, whether it be at Cheshire High School or Hofstra University (N.Y.), she considers being nervous before taking the stage as a good sign.

Adjusting To The Adjustments, BOE Discusses Budget

by Michael Torelli
The Cheshire Board of Education Finance Committee held a meeting on April 15 to begin discussion on how to implement budget reductions while still funding full-day kindergarten next year.

CCT.JPGCCT Getting “Lost In Yonkers” This Weekend At Cheshire High

by John Rook
You don’t get much further away from Brooklyn in 1942 than Cheshire in 2014, but the Cheshire Community Theater is hoping to combine those two worlds this weekend.

OPINION

Opinion_4.jpgClean Out The Medicine Cabinet, Avoid Disaster

Most people’s medicine cabinets are filled with any assortment of drugs, from something as simple as aspirin to more potent medication used to keep people healthy.

SPORTS

Matt Blois_0.jpgBoys’ Lacrosse Runs By The Hornets

by Greg Lederer
There was a sense of urgency when the Cheshire High School boys’ lacrosse team took the field last Thursday at Alumni Field. After dropping their first three games, CHS needed to change that trend against Branford.

AROUND TOWN

Youth Center 2.jpgYouth Center Debate Raged In April Of ’64

by John Rook
Municipalities are constantly thinking about budgets. Residents are almost always thinking about taxes.
That ensures any new activity, department, or building proposed in a town that promises to affect the revenue of a community is sure to evoke the passions of the citizenry.


 

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