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Cheshire High School Peer Health Educators braved the cold waters on Jan. 29, as the group participated in the Penguin Plunge in support of the Connecticut Special Olympics.

Sign Up For CCC Vacation Bible School

June 5, 2015 by Special To The ...

Before you go on vacation this summer, let your children attend "Camp Kilimanjaro," the Vacation Bible School at Christ Community Church, 120 Main St. It will be held from 6:15 to 8:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, beginning the week after school is finished, June 22 through 26. Attendance is free.

CCT Holding Picnic, Auditions

June 4, 2015 by Special To The ...

Join the Cheshire Community Theater for their annual picnic on Saturday, June 20, at Bartlem Park.
Burgers, hot dogs and beverages will be provided. Those attending (last names ending in A through L) are asked to bring a dessert or (last names ending in M to Z) a side/salad to share. 
RSVP to Joanne by calling (203) 488-1924. RSVP must be received by June 15.

Personnel Committee Discusses Town Clerk's, Non-Union Pay Plans

June 3, 2015 by michael torelli

Members of the Town Council Personnel Committee had a costly meeting last night, having discussed the salaries of many Town employees.
The first pay raise request was made by Town Clerk Carolyn Soltis, who asked Councilors for a 6 percent increase spanning over the next two years. Soltis currently earns $75,101 annually.

CHS Varsity Sports Changes For Tuesday

June 2, 2015 by Greg Lederer

Tuesday's Cheshire High School varsity sports schedule changes:
Outdoor Track and Field
At Willowbrook Park, the Class LL Championship has been pushed back an hour to 3:30 p.m.
Baseball (20th seed, 11-9)
Cheshire has had the Class LL First Round pushed back to Wednesday at South Windsor (13th, 13-7). Start time is 4 p.m.

Murray Places Third In Monday's State Open, Blades Win SCC D-II Semi On Ice

On Monday, Cheshire High School indoor track and field athletes competed in the State Open at New Haven's Floyd Little Athletic Center.

Co-Op Girls' Ice Hockey Team Wins Regular-Season Finale On Sunday, Varsity Slate For Monday

On Sunday, Amity/North Haven/Cheshire Co-Op girls' ice hockey (13-6-1) defeated Masuk/Joel Barlow/Newtown/Oxford Co-Op (5-12-1) 5-2 in the regular-season finale at The Rinks at Shelton.

CHS Skaters Win Thriller In OT On Saturday, Wrestler Places In Class LL, Co-Op Girls' Ice Hockey Team Settles For Scoreless Tie

In Saturday's final regular-season home game at Wesleyan University, Cheshire High School ice hockey (10-8) beat Simsbury (9-8) 3-2 in overtime.

Black Advances To Class LL Quarters On Mat, Girls' Ice Hockey Comes Up Short Against New Canaan, Varsity Slate For Saturday

On Friday, Cheshire High School wrestling senior captain Sean Black advanced in the Class LL Tournament at Trumbull.

Co-Op Girls' Ice Hockey Earns Sixth Straight Win On Thursday, CHS Boys' B-Ball Team Drops Thriller On Senior Night

On Thursday, Cheshire High School boys' basketball (10-10, 4-4 in Hammonasset Division) dropped the regular-season finale 50-48 to West Haven (11-8).

Murray Shines In Class LL Races On Wednesday, Rams Drop Rivalry Meet In The Pool, Girls' Ice Hockey Team Extends Win Streak

On Wednesday, Cheshire High School junior track runner Brendan Murray finished third in the 1,600-meters (4:26.44) and fourth in the 3,200-meters (9:36.24) during the Class LL Championship at New Haven's Floyd Little Athletic Center.

Girls' Ice Hockey Team Extends Win Streak On Tuesday, Ski Teams End Regular Season, CHS Varsity Slate For Wednesday

On Tuesday, Amity/North Haven/Cheshire Co-Op girls' ice hockey (10-5) collected their fourth consecutive victory 12-6 over Guilford at The Rinks at Shelton.

CHS Girls' Basketball Wins Monday's Finale, Boys' Team Falls At Shelton

In Monday's finale, Cheshire High School girls' basketball (5-15, 1-7 in Housatonic Division) defeated Lauralton Hall (4-16) 39-33 to break a five-game slide and earn split of the season series.

From This Week's Cheshire Herald

TOP STORIES

Food Pantry Hoping Challenge Spurs Donations

by Michael Torelli
It can sometimes be easy to forget that, with all the turmoil taking place around the world, there may be friends or neighbors in Cheshire who are in need.

plow.jpgRecent Storm Conjures Memories Of Second Bubble Collapse

by Michael Torelli
While winter bore down on Connecticut last Thursday, delivering over a foot of snow to Cheshire, the date of the storm brought back memories of a much more difficult February for Town officials.

Solan Hopes To Clear Up Questions About Master Plan

by Michael Torelli
The architectural firm that developed a $423 million Facility Master Plan for the Board of Education will be making a presentation next Thursday on how best to move forward with the initiative.

Unified routine.jpgCheshire High School Students Cheering Their Team’s Unified Spirit

by Greg Lederer
Cheshire High School cheerleading senior co-captains Alexis Yamin and Kaitlyn D’Andrea have shared many special moments in a friendship that dates back to their time in elementary school.

OPINION

Opinion_141.jpgTime To Consider Ethics Board

With the Charter Revision Commission currently reviewing the Town’s governing document, and given the recent mini-controversy surrounding the decision by one member of the Water Pollution Control Authority to not recuse himself during discussions over a possible subdivision in Cheshire, perhaps now would be a good time for officials to give serious consideration to creating an Ethics Board.

SPORTS

Molly Michaud_0.jpgV-Ball Star Will Extend Career

by Greg Lederer
When Molly Michaud joined the Cheshire High School girls’ volleyball program four years ago, she had no idea how the team would change her life.

AROUND TOWN

Coffin.JPGMother’s Grief Channeled Toward Helping Others

by Michael Torelli
Cheshire’s Laura Coffin carries with her a JanSport backpack.