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Al Valerio/Cheshire Herald
Dan Dobbs of Lane Construction filled his plate with food at the Osterman Community Foundation's Beer, Wine & Spirits Tasting last weekend.

Father's Day Has Mother's Day To Thank

June 15, 2013 by John Rook

Last month, we celebrated all the moms in our lives.
Today, it's Father's Day—dad's turn.
Though it doesn't eclipse Mother's Day when it comes to card giving (Father's Day is fourth on the list), it is celebrated by sons and daughters all over the nation.
But do you know where Father's Day originated?
Well, it's probably no surprise that Mother's Day gave birth to the first Father's Day.

Plenty To Do This Weekend

June 14, 2013 by John Rook

It's been a rainy few days this past week, but the sun is expected to break through in a big way today.
If you're feeling cooped up inside and need something to do, but don't know what, here are a few events to consider on this busy weekend:

Saturday, June 15

*Special Needs Awareness Day
Cheshire Police
Cheshire Police Department
500 Highland Avenue
9 a.m.

Rossi Honored By Quinnipiac

June 14, 2013 by Special To The ...

SHSNews_Rossiaward_360x250_RossiCindy2012WEB.jpgCindy Rossi, clinical associate professor and senior clinical coordinator of physician assistant studies in the School of Health Sciences at Quinnipiac University, has been recognized for her dedica

Hand To Hand and Arm2Arm Teaming Up For Haiti Fundraiser Tomorrow

June 13, 2013 by Special To The ...

Hand to Hand for Haiti and Arm2Arm are teaming up for an evening of fun, food and fellowship. Join them at Cugino’s Restaurant, 1410 Highland Ave., tomorrow, June 14 for a buffet Italian dinner. Folksinger Gale Gardiner will sing and play autoharp, guitar and piano. Cheshire resident Roseanne Krzanowski will also provide acoustic music.

CHS Girls' B-Ball Advances In LL Tournament, Skaters Win Regular Season Finale At West Haven, DeLucia Places In Diving

In Wednesday's Class LL First Round, Cheshire High School girls' basketball (18th seed, 13-9) came away victorious 46-40 at Crosby (15th, 15-6).

CHS Boys' Basketball Drops Overtime Thriller In SCC Quarters

In Saturday's Southern Connecticut Conference quarterfinal, Cheshire High School boys' basketball (10th seed, 13-9) came up short 59-57 against Hillhouse (second, 18-3) at Branford.

CHS Skiing Makes History On Team Connecticut

For the first time under Head Coach Toby Brimberg, Cheshire High School skiing placed four racers on Team Connecticut this year.

Kehoe Picks Up His 100th Victory With CA Boys' Basketball

On Friday, Cheshire Academy boys' basketball (17-9) won the final regular season home game 84-55 over Berkshire School.

Skibitcky Jumps In The New England Championship, SCC Swim And Boys' Basketball Updates

Cheshire High School junior indoor track and field athlete Janaia Skibitcky competed in Friday's 28th New England Interscholastic Championship, placing 18th (15 feet, 11.75 inches) for long jump at Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center in Roxbury, Mass.

CHS Boy' Basketball Upsets Host Hand In SCC First Round, Ice Hockey Earns Tie On The Road

Cheshire High School boys' basketball (10th seed, 13-8) earned a 74-69 win over host Daniel Hand (seventh, 12-9) in Thursday's Southern Connecticut Conference First Round at Polson Middle School.

Fitzpatrick Leads Mercy Basketball To First SCC Title Defense, Receives MOP Honors Again

On Wednesday, Cheshire resident Maura Fitzpatrick played a key role in Mercy basketball (top seed, 22-1) defeating Daniel Hand (third, 20-3) 57-52 for their second consecutive Southern Connecticut Conference title.

CHS Ice Hockey Comes Up Short Against Trojans, Boys' B-Ball To Travel For SCC First Round On Thursday

In Wednesday's final regular season home game at Wesleyan University's Freeman Athletic Center, Cheshire High School ice hockey (7-10-1) dropped their fourth straight game 3-0 to Simsbury (11-8).

From This Week's Cheshire Herald

Police Department Looking Into Body Cameras

by Michael Torelli
Each year, Cheshire Police Chief Neil Dryfe attends a conference provided by the International Association of Chiefs of Police.

snow.jpgRough Winter Has Taken Toll On Snow Removal Budgets

by Michael Torelli
At a time when most of Cheshire sees white, Town and School District officials see red.

Grand List Sees Big Gain

by Michael Torelli
The Town of Cheshire recently announced its 2014 Grand List, which boasts an increase of $28.93 million over last year.

gitl scout.JPGDespite Obstacles, Local Girl Is Living Out Her Scout Dream

by Michael Torelli
From the moment she set her eyes on the youth organization, Cheshire resident Caitlyn Desmond wanted to be a Girl Scout.

OPINION

Opinion_43.jpgWait On PD Body Cameras

We are a reactionary society by nature.

SPORTS

Fitzpatrick 4.jpgB-Ball Star Helps Defend Title

by Greg Lederer
Mercy High School (Middletown) basketball senior co-captain Maura Fitzpatrick, a Cheshire resident, enjoyed a déjà vu experience on Feb. 25.

AROUND TOWN

Hybrid Sunfish_0.jpegQUITE A CATCH!

by Michael Torelli
Cheshire native James Robitaille never suspected an award-winning fish could be swimming around in his backyard.


 

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