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Cheshire's Nicole Bartone took the scenic route when she participated in the Napa to Sonoma Wine Country Half Marathon recently, all for a good cause. To learn more about her story and experience, see an upcoming edition of The Herald.

Time Change For CHS Football Game At Hillhouse!

September 23, 2011 by Greg Lederer

Due to weather today, the Cheshire High School football game has moved up from 3:30 to 3 p.m. at Hillhouse (0-1). Cheshire is 1-0 after beating Hamden 46-18 last Friday in East Haven. Read about the opener in this week's issue.

Editor's Notebook: After Week One, Komisarjevsky Trial Setting Up To Be Different Than Hayes Case

September 23, 2011 by John Rook

New Have Superior Court Judge Jon Blue wrapped up testimony in the Joshua Komisarjevsky case early on Thursday. By 12:30 p.m. everyone was out of the courthouse and heading home. Things won't start back up again until Monday.
With the first week down in the trial, it's impossible not to notice how this current case both resembles and differs from the Steven Hayes proceedings from a year ago.

Court Expected To Hear Rest Of Komisarjevsky Recorded Statement Today

September 22, 2011 by John Rook

Before the trial of Joshua Komisarjevsky began this week, there were some that felt the graphic nature of the case would be easier to handle since, essentially, the same evidence had been used to convict his accomplice, Steven Hayes, last year.

Jury Shown Graphic Photos Of Petit Murder Crime Scene

September 21, 2011 by John Rook

In a scene reminiscent of the Steven Hayes trial from a year ago, jurors presiding over the case against defendant Joshua Komisarjevsky were shown graphic photos of the Petit murder crime scene on Wednesday.

Local Residents Prepare Screening Of New Documentary, "Running On Empty: The Brain Drain In Local TV News"

September 20, 2011 by Special To The ...

A screening of the new documentary, “Running on Empty: The Brain Drain in Local TV News,” which was produced by Quinnipiac University journalism professors, and Cheshire residents, Karin and Bill Schwanbeck, will take place Wednesday, Sept. 28, at 7 p.m. in the Echlin Center, Room 101, on Quinnipiac’s Mount Carmel Campus.

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.

Cheshire American Legion Senior Baseball Hosts Trumbull In Sectional Finals

Cheshire American Legion Senior baseball (24-9, three-time defending Zone 3 Champion at 20-8) hosts Trumbull in Wednesday's Sectional finals at Cheshire High School.

Cheshire Field Hockey League Is Running In Full Swing

Cheshire Field Hockey League is currently running on Mondays at Cheshire High School's Alumni Field.

CHS Field Hockey Alumni Pick Up Two Victories In Nutmeg State Games Tournament

On Sunday, Cheshire HS Alumni field hockey posted a 2-2 record in the Nutmeg State Games Open Tournament at Clem Lemire Recreation Complex in Newington.

Rams Field Hockey Places Third In 18-U Nutmeg State Games

Cheshire Rams field hockey (4-1) closed Saturday's Nutmeg State Games 18-U High School Tournament with four straight wins, taking third place at Clem Lemire Recreation Complex in Newington.

Cheshire Flames Red Captures 10-U State Crown In Friendly Confines

Cheshire Flames Red 10-U softball posted a 6-0 record to win the Babe Ruth State Tournament (July 11-13) played at Bartlem Park and Cheshire High School.

Cheshire American Legion Senior Baseball Shuts Out Middletown, Wins Third Straight Division Crown

Cheshire American Legion Senior baseball (24-9, 20-8 in Zone 3) beat Middletown (20-8) 1-0 in Friday's regular season finale at Cheshire High School.

Cheshire Lambs Play Field Hockey In 15-U Nutmeg State Games Tournament

On Friday, Cheshire Lambs 15-U field hockey (1-3) played in the Nutmeg State Games Tournament at Newington's Clem Lemire Recreation Complex.

From This Week's Cheshire Herald

Pool Likely To Close For Winter
Committee Member Predicts Tension Membrane Won’t Be Installed Until Spring 2015

by Michael Torelli
The Cheshire Community Pool likely won’t have a permanent cover until next spring, one member of the Pool Dome Committee admitted.

trees.JPGResidents To Have More Say Over Trimming

by Michael Torelli
Connecticut Light and Power’s enhanced tree trimming program will relaunch in August, but this time there will be additional requirements.

Milone Presents A $53.8 Million Five-Year Capital Budget Request

by Michael Torelli
Cheshire Town Manager Michael Milone released the Town’s five-year Capital Expenditure Plan Tuesday, which calls for a total of 64 projects worth $53.8 million.

Marcy playing Greensleeves on guitar.jpg101 Leaps Of Faith For Light

by Michael Torelli
With sweaty hands and shaking legs, Marcy Light stood on a platform that felt to her to be about the size of a two-by-four suspended 30 feet in the air.

OPINION

Opinion_14.jpgA Car Can Be A Death Trap

You would think it would be understood without having to be said.
New England summers are hot and humid, and temperatures can quickly rise to dangerous levels outside, let alone in.

SPORTS

Blois and Sansone 2.jpgFriends Play LAX Globally

by Greg Lederer
Playing lacrosse locally, Maria Blois and Alexis Sansone shared many special moments. They both started in their freshman year at Cheshire High School and captained the 2012 team to multiple milestones, including the program’s first Class L title game.

AROUND TOWN

Lee.JPGHudson Lee Striving To Make Blissful Sound With A Violin

by John Rook
Most talented musicians begin their love affair with music at a young age.