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A truck rolled over near the intersection of Coleman Road and Ashley Court on Friday afternoon, after a resident reportedly backed out of his own driveway. No injuries were reported, but traffic was detoured away from the area for more than an hour as the scene was cleared.

10th Annual Cheshire Lights of Hope Slated for Next Saturday

November 1, 2014 by michael torelli

The Cheshire Lights of Hope program, which is holding its kickoff program next Saturday, will offer food, scholarships, speeches, and heart-felt tales.

CHS Football Falls To Second-Half Charge From Green Knights

October 31, 2014 by Greg Lederer

On Friday, Cheshire High School football (6-2) came up short 38-21 against Notre Dame-West Haven (6-2). In the second half, the Green Knights outscored CHS 18-0 to come from behind to win on the road. Scoring summary:
First Quarter
12-yard touchdown run from senior Jack Cunningham (7:03) 7-0, CHS
Point after touchdown from junior Matt D'Andrea was good

Cheshire Food Drive Planned for This Weekend

October 31, 2014 by michael torelli

Looking to rid yourself of extra non-perishable food items, but never had a specific reason to?

Town Meeting Schedule For Upcoming Week

October 30, 2014 by John Rook

The Cheshire Herald mistakenly printed the wrong meeting schedule in this week's edition. The correct meeting schedule through Thursday of next week is listed below:

Thursday, Oct. 30
No meetings scheduled.

Friday, Oct. 31
No meetings scheduled.

Monday, Nov. 3
Plan of Devlopment, Room 207, 7:30 p.m. - Town Hall

CJF & Cheerleading To Compete In Road Action This Weekend

This weekend, Cheshire Junior Football & Cheerleading is playing all their games on the road.

CHS Football Explodes For Big Win Over Sheehan In Home Opener, Improves To 3-0

On Friday, Cheshire High School football (3-0) scored 49 straight points to erase a 6-0 deficit and defeat Sheehan (0-3) 56-18 in the home opener.

CHS Girls' Soccer Rallies To Earn Fourth Straight Win On Friday, Field Hockey Team Shuts Out North Haven

On Friday, Cheshire High School girls' soccer (4-1) came from behind to earn their fourth straight victory 2-1 over host Guilford (3-2-1) at Bittner Park.

CHS Girls Remain Unbeaten In The Pool On Thursday, Varsity Slate For Friday

On Thursday, Cheshire High School girls' swim and dive (4-0) picked up their 26th consecutive dual-meet victory 98.5-79.5 over Lyman Hall (1-3).

CHS Girls' Volleyball And Soccer Teams Extend Their Win Streaks To Three Matches On Wednesday

On Wednesday, Cheshire High School boys' soccer (4-0-1) recorded their third consecutive shutout 3-0 at previously undefeated Lyman Hall (2-1-1).

CHS X-C Squads Sweep On Tuesday, Boys' Soccer Team Stays Unbeaten, Varsity Slate For Wednesday

On Tuesday, Cheshire High School cross country teams both posted road sweeps at Eisenhower Park in Milford.

CHS Girls' Sports Teams Sweep On Monday, Varsity Schedule For Tuesday

On Monday, Cheshire High School field hockey (2-0-0-1) defeated defending Southern Connecticut Conference Champion Lauralton Hall (0-1-1-1) 1-0.

CA Football Drops Thrilling Opener At Choate

In Saturday's opener, Cheshire Academy football came up short 33-30 at Choate Rosemary Hall.

From This Week's Cheshire Herald

TOP STORIES

Council Opening Town Charter

by Michael Torelli
It’s official—The Town Council will be opening the Town Charter for review.

Study Won’t Be Complete Before Vote On Tuesday

by Michael Torelli
Come Tuesday, voters will be asked to determine the fate of the Chapman property—a 10-acre parcel of land directly to the south of Bartlem Park.

Putting Up A Road Block
Resident Concerned About Fate Of Her Stream

by Michael Torelli
A process to realign an intersection off of South Brooksvale Road has hit a small speed bump after a local resident raised concerns about what the project will mean for a local stream.

Town Enters Battle Against Opioid Addiction

by Michael Torelli
Opioid addiction has become a national epidemic, and the Cheshire Human Services Department is hoping to both educate and help local residents in battling the problem.

OPINION

Opinion_120.jpgDiverse Opinions Needed

Town Councilor Tom Ruocco’s recommendation to have each member of the Council select someone to serve on a Charter Revision Committee seems like a sound idea.

SPORTS

Danielle Dietrich.jpgCHS Girls Return Home To CCP

by Greg Lederer
Heading into this fall, five Cheshire High School senior swimmers had never experienced a night meet at Cheshire Community Pool.

AROUND TOWN

Sophia Qiu_0.jpgQui Gets A Taste Of The PGA Tour

by Greg Lederer
Held annually in Cromwell, the Travelers Championship has become a popular attraction for Connecticut golf enthusiasts.