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CFD Open House Participant Group Pic.jpg
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The Cheshire Fire Department hosted an open house at its headquarters, 250 Maple Ave., last Sunday. Firefighters were joined by their junior department and ladies auxiliary, as well as various public safety departments from around town.

Cheshire Police Department Investigating Groping Incidents

August 24, 2016 by michael torelli

The Cheshire Police Department is currently investigating several incidents in which a young male has grabbed the buttocks of women throughout town over the past few months.

Town Council Meeting Cancelled

August 23, 2016 by John Rook

The Cheshire Town Council meeting scheduled for this evening has been cancelled.
Members had been expected to adopt the Five Year Capital Expenditure Budget. Now, the Council has scheduled a meeting for Tuesday, Aug. 30 to recap the budget, with the expectation of adopting the proposal on Wednesday, Aug. 31.

Cheshire Land Trust In Need Of Volunteers

August 22, 2016 by Special To The ...

Whether you are a member of the Cheshire Land Trust, a supporter of the group, or looking to become involved, there are a number of upcoming volunteer opportunities that need extra hands.
Students in need of community service, non-profit requirements, or just interested in helping, can consider volunteering for a variety of upcoming activities. Most options involved two-hour shifts.

Friends of CPFA/Artsplace Author Event Coming Next Month

August 20, 2016 by Special To The ...

Cheshire native Emily Arsenault, author of "The Evening Spider," will be on hand for the Friends of CPFA/Arstplace Author Event on Thursday, Sept. 29, at Lane Construction, 90 Fieldstone Court.
Arsenault is the author of several books, including "The Broken Teaglass" and "What Strange Creatures." This event is the primary fundraiser for Art Heals and other special art programs in Cheshire.

CJF & Cheerleading Opens SYFC Playoffs On Sunday At Home

On Sunday, Cheshire Junior Football & Cheerleading opens the Shoreline Youth Football Conference playoffs with four home games at Cheshire High School's Alumni Field.

CHS Football To Visit Shelton On Friday, Updated SCC Tourney Slate

On Friday, Cheshire High School football (5-1) visits two-time defending Class LL runner-up Shelton (6-0) at 7 p.m.

CHS Field Hockey Clinches SCC Title On Wednesday, Fellow Cheshire Teams End Regular Season

In Wednesday's regular-season finale, Cheshire High School field hockey (12-0-3-1, 10-0-2 in Southern Connecticut Conference) played a 1-1 tie at Lauralton Hall (10-3-2-1, 10-1-1).

CHS Girls' Volleyball Sweeps Lions On Senior Night, Varsity Slate For Wednesday

On Tuesday, Cheshire High School girls' volleyball (14-3, Hammonasset Division Champion at 7-0) swept Foran (10-9) 3-0 (25-19, 25-15, 25-22) on Senior Night and won the regular-season series.

CHS Girls' Soccer Avenges Loss On Senior Night, Boys' Team Ties At Branford

On Monday, Cheshire High School girls' soccer (13-2, Housatonic Division Champion at 7-0) defeated Shelton (9-6-1) 5-3 for their seventh straight win and avenged a 1-0 loss from Oct. 1.

CA Football Earns Fourth Straight Victory On Saturday

On Saturday, Cheshire Academy football (4-2) won 49-34 at Loomis Chaffee School to extend their win streak to four games.

CHS Field Hockey Shuts Out Hamden In Saturday's Senior Night, Stevens Ties Career Shutout Mark

On Saturday, Cheshire High School field hockey (12-0-2-1, 10-0-1 in Southern Connecticut Conference) used three second-half goals to beat Hamden (9-4-1) 3-0 and earn their third consecutive shutout win on Senior Night.

CHS Football Shuts Down Fairfield Prep In Home Victory

On Friday, Cheshire High School football (5-1) defeated Fairfield Prep (4-2) 10-0 to earn the program's first rivalry win since 2009.

CHS Boys' Soccer Earns Road Win To Secure Oronoque Division Crown On Friday

On Friday, Cheshire High School boys' soccer (9-1-4, 5-0-2 in Oronoque Division) posted a 1-0 victory at Guilford (7-4-4, 5-2-1) to clinch the division crown.

From This Week's Cheshire Herald


candidate forum.jpgA Season For Debate
Candidates Square Off At Annual Forum

by John Rook
Donald Trump versus Hillary Clinton, it was not.

BOE Approves $423 Million Master Plan

by Michael Torelli
There will be a new Dodd Middle School and Cheshire High School constructed in town, according to a 10-year facility master plan uanimously approved last week by Board of Education members.

debate.JPGWide Variety Of Topics Covered At CHS Debate Between Esty, Cope

by Michael Torelli

Questions on economic development, health care, nuclear weapons, and terrorism elicited differing opinions from Congresswoman Elizabeth Esty (D-5) and her opponent, Republican Clay Cope, at a forum held Tuesday morning at Cheshire High School.

Internship Honors The Memory Of Cheshire Native Andersen

by John Rook

Whenever Cheshire’s Regina Priest tells someone she is helping spread the word about an internship named after her daughter Angela, she gets the same reaction.


Opinion_125.jpgWrong Time For Master Plan

Those who are championing the Board of Education-approved facility master plan, at a cost of more than $400 million, make a compelling argument.


Alyssa Stevens_0.jpgStevens Ties CHS Record

by Greg Lederer
In the midst of her senior year, Cheshire High School field hockey senior goalkeeper Alyssa Stevens faced a setback on Oct. 14.


Charter 1.jpgVoters Approved Town’s First Charter With Little Debate

by John Rook
Over the next year, Cheshire residents will tackle a rather large project.