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James Brandolini/Cheshire Herald
Cheshire's American Legion senior team, led by pitcher Jon Koski, advanced in the Sectional Finals Thursday after sweeping a double-header against Trumbull. The wins came a day after a controversial ending to Wednesday's contest, when Cheshire was forced to forfeit the game. For more on these stories, see an upcoming edition of The Cheshire Herald.

Residents Turn Out To Protest Planned South Main Street Development

July 12, 2011 by John Rook

Developer Paul Bowman wants to revamp one historic building, reconstruct another, and turn an unused area off of South Main Street into a large mixed use development that would include retail, restaurant, residential, and office space.
On Monday night, residents in the immediate area said not so fast.

State Closing Enfield Prison, Moving More Than 300 Inmates To Cheshire Facility

July 11, 2011 by John Rook

Cheshire Correctional Institution will see an influx of more than 300 inmates in the near future as the state moves prisoners from an Enfield facility that has been tapped for closure.

Cheshire Farm Sanctuary Aims To Heal The Body And Soul

July 10, 2011 by John Rook

When Cheshire resident Clare Aliberti sold her show horse, Jazz, to a women looking to breed, the large animal was regal and in perfect condition.
Eight years later, when Aliberti received a phone call asking if she would like to take Jazz back, she assumed the horse would be much as she had last left her.
She was wrong.

Do You Have The Golden Ticket? CYT Presenting Willy Wonka

July 9, 2011 by Special To The ...

by Melanie Rovinsky
Special to the Herald

For four days in mid-July, Cheshire High School’s auditorium will be transformed into the whimsical world of Willy Wonka, as the town’s youth theater group takes the stage in their rendition of Roald Dahl's Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

The Big Dig: Cressotti And His Crew Use Modern Technology To Answer Ancient Questions

July 8, 2011 by Special To The ...

The Big Dig: Cressotti And His Crew Use Modern Technology To Answer Ancient Questions

4 AM.
The rooster in the back yard of the hotel is not even crowing yet.

Local Teenagers Turn Their Birthday Party Into A Fundraiser

July 7, 2011 by Special To The ...

by Kathryn Carlow
Special to the Herald

The invitation to Alicia Torello, Taylor Barillaro, and Kathryn Vitale’s joint sixteenth birthday party included an interesting request: no presents. Instead, the girls asked their guests to donate to “The Colby Heart Transplant Fund.”

Cheshire American Legion Senior Baseball Sweeps Trumbull, Wins Sectional Finals At CHS

After forfeiting a game they led 8-2 in the eighth inning yesterday, Cheshire American Legion Senior baseball (26-10) beat Trumbull 10-4 and 12-2 at Cheshire High School to win the Southern Division Sectional finals 2-1.

Cheshire American Legion Senior Baseball Forfeits Sectional Opener To Trumbull

On Wednesday, at Cheshire High School, Cheshire American Legion Senior baseball (fourth seed, 24-10) lost the first game of the Southern Division Sectional finals in unusual fashion.

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 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

Dunkin’ Donuts Back Again
Donut Shop Once Again Seeks Approval For Gas Station Drive-Thru

by Michael Torelli
Representatives for Dunkin’ Donuts haven’t given up on their goal to install a drive-thru off of West Main Street as they have returned with a new application.

pan mass.jpegLocal Bicyclists Are Hitting The Road For A Good Cause

by Michael Torelli

Two Cheshire bicyclists will be saddling up and taking to the streets of Massachusetts in early August to ride toward a cure for cancer.

Ball & Socket Group Addresses Concerns

by Michael Torelli
Representatives of Ball & Socket Arts returned for their second Planning and Zoning Commission public hearing last week, this time to address several concerns raised by various Town of Cheshire departments.

officers.JPGNew Officers Put To The Physical Test

by Michael Torelli
Prior to being accepted as part of the Cheshire Police force, chosen candidates are required to take part in a physical fitness test.

OPINION

Opinion_15.jpgObesity Battle Begins At Home

It sounds like youngsters who attend Camp Quinnipiac are in for a fun treat tomorrow when the inventor of the popular dance, the “Cha Cha Slide,” arrives at Norton School for a presentation (see page 5 for story). The visit, according to organizers, is designed to help promote an active lifestyle among children and teach them that getting exercise is simple and fun.

SPORTS

Jon Koski.jpgKoski Pitches Legion Seniors To Three-Peat

by Greg Lederer
Before playing their senior seasons at Cheshire High School last fall, field hockey co-captains Michelle Federico and Olivia Larson shared a gold medal in the 2013 Nutmeg State Games event.

AROUND TOWN

christine libty devitto march 2014 baltimore photo rei perri.jpgOhlman Takes Talents From Small Town To Bright Lights

by John Rook
Christine Ohlman admits that things can get a little surreal in her life.


 

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