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Labor Day weekend is fast approaching and school is back in session in Cheshire, marking the unofficial end to the summer. However, before that the band Shakedown came to Bartlem Park to treat audience members to the tunes of The Grateful Dead.

Board Of Education Holding Open Forum

September 27, 2014 by John Rook

The Cheshire Board of Education has announced that their annual Open Forum will be held next Thursday, Oct. 2, at 7:30 p.m. in Council Chambers of Town Hall.

Horse Council Raising Funds For Hospice Tomorrow

September 26, 2014 by John Rook

If you love horses, ice cream, and are interested in a good cause, then the Cheshire Horse Council has an event for you. Tomorrow, Sept. 27, the Council will sponsor a Wentworth Ice Cream Ride/Horses for Hospice. Riders will depart from Cook Hill Road at 11 a.m. and ride through DeDominicis Preserve over to Wentworth’s Ice Cream in Hamden. Horses should arrive around 1 p.m.

Former Police Officer Pleads Not Guilty To Larceny Charges

September 25, 2014 by John Rook

Former Cheshire Police Captain Jay Markella has plead not guilty to charges that he stole more than $21,000 in funds from the Cheshire Police Union.
Markella, 46, appeared in court on Wednesday morning, where he officially made his plea. He is scheduled to return to New Haven Superior Court on Oct. 24.

PZC Approves Plan For 54-Foot-High Pool Cover

September 24, 2014 by michael torelli

The Cheshire Planning and Zoning Commission officials approved the plans for a 54.8-foot high tension membrane structure over the Community Pool at their meeting last night.

Federico Is Captaining QU Field Hockey

A 2014 Cheshire High School graduate, mid-fielder Michelle Federico is a junior tri-captain on the Quinnipiac University field hockey team.

CHS Football Returns To Work At Alumni Field

On Monday, Cheshire High School football opened their fall conditioning camp for the 2016 season. Cheshire graduated 20 players after a 4-6 season last fall.

From This Week's Cheshire Herald

TOP STORIES

All Signs Pointing To A Town Charter Review
Councilors Express Support For Forming Commission

by Michael Torelli
The Town Council is expected to vote next month as to whether or not they wish to pursue a review and possible revision of the Town Charter.

New Courtyard Walkway.JPGBusy Summer Helped Cheshire Schools Prepare For Start Of Classes

by Michael Torelli
With school starting on Monday, Cheshire School District maintenance staff have been scurrying during the past few weeks to make sure that all of the buildings are prepared for students and staff —both inside and out.

PBC Likes Idea Of Rep For Large Projects

by Michael Torelli
After completing a series of both important and expensive municipal projects, the Public Building Commission is considering hiring owner’s representatives for future construction jobs in an effort to ensure efficiency.

Blois 2.jpgFrom One Coast To Another, Cheshire’s Maria Blois Travels The U.S.A.

by Greg Lederer
Before starting her coast-to-coast trip this summer, Cheshire’s Maria Blois went to the beach in Yorktown, Virginia and dipped the back wheel of her bicycle in the Atlantic Ocean.

OPINION

Opinion_116.jpgBeware Of Outside Help

The goal of anyone attempting a project is to get the job done right.

SPORTS

Sam Simione_0.jpgSimione Commits To Bentley

by Greg Lederer
As a sophomore at Cheshire High School, Sam Simione decided that she wanted to play field hockey in college.

AROUND TOWN

Wallace hotel framed (painting circa 1882).JPGINN & CASINO · HOTEL · COUNTRY CLUB: Rest, Repast And Recreation

by John Rook
Cheshire is old. So old, in fact, its founding predates the formation of the nation by more than 75 years.