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Michael Durkee was promoted to the rank of sergeant last week during a promotion ceremony for members of the Cheshire Police Department. Retired Probate Judge Ray Voelker and Police Chief Neil Dryfe also signed off on the documents during the event, which was held at Town Hall. For more on the changes at the CPD, see an upcoming edition of The Herald.

Amid Heatwave, Town Opens Cooling Center

July 16, 2013 by John Rook

With temperatures expected to reach 100 degrees at times this week, the Town of Cheshire has announced that the Cheshire Public Library is being made available as a cooling center for the following days/hours:
*Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
9:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.
*Friday
9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
*Saturday
9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Speakers Being Sought For Quassy GreenFest

July 16, 2013 by Special To The ...

GreenFest 2013 is being held noon to 6 p.m., Sept. 7 and 8 at Quassy Amusement Park, 2132 Middlebury Road, Middlebury. Speakers are being sought to share their knowledge about cost effective green and healthy living.

Local Singers To Perform At First Congregational

July 15, 2013 by Special To The ...

Recent Cheshire High School graduates Kayleigh Torok and Ryan Hannon will present a senior vocal recital at the First Congregational Church of Cheshire on Saturday, July 20 at 1 p.m. They will be joined by Julia Torok. The program will include Italian and English art songs, Gilbert & Sullivan, and popular songs of Broadway.

Residents Can Get Free Woodchips From Town

July 14, 2013 by Special To The ...

Woodchips are available, free to Cheshire residents, outside the gate at the Town Garage, 1286 Waterbury Rd. The pile of woodchips contains both hard and soft woods, and may contain some impurities. Please be aware that the pile of woodchips is loose, and therefore residents will need to bring an appropriate container in which to load them.

Baron Appraisals Beats Vic House To Secure Cheshire Women's Softball Three-Peat

At Cheshire High School, Baron Appraisals (2-0) defeated Vic House 17-15 to sweep the Cheshire Women's Softball League finals.

Inaugural Theresa's Battleship Fundraiser To Raise Money For Cancer Research In Connecticut

The First Annual Theresa's Battleship Fundraiser is scheduled for this Saturday at the Cheshire Parks and Recreation Department at 559 South Main Street.

Cheshire AL Senior Baseball Wraps Up Year Against Waterbury, Falls Short Of State Title Defense

In Super Regionals action at Palmer Field in Middletown, Cheshire American Legion Senior baseball (23-9) fell 5-3 against Waterbury (27-5) to finish the year.

Cheshire AL Senior Baseball Drops Thriller With Stamford, Juniors Fall At Southington

In Saturday's Super Regionals action at Palmer Field in Middletown, Cheshire American Legion Senior baseball (23-8) fell 7-6 to Stamford (27-3) in 12 innings.

Cheshire AL Baseball Rallies By Hamden To Sweep Sectionals And Return To Final Four, Juniors Win In Avon

On Thursday at Cheshire High School, Cheshire American Legion Senior baseball (fourth seed, 23-7) rallied from a 2-0 deficit to beat Hamden (13th, 21-13) 3-2 in 10 innings at CHS to sweep their Southern Division Sectional series.

Cheshire AL Senior Baseball Defeats Hamden In Wednesday's Game One Of Sectionals

On Wednesday, Cheshire American Legion Senior baseball (fourth seed, 22-7) beat Hamden (13th, 21-12) 13-2 in the Southern Division Sectionals Game One.

American Legion Junior Baseball Falls At Southington, Seniors To Host Hamden On Wednesday

In the Northern Division Second Round of the state tournament, Cheshire American Legion Junior baseball (fifth seed, 21-9) came up short 4-1 at Southington (fourth, 20-6).

From This Week's Cheshire Herald

Off To The Races!
Democrats, Republicans Pick Their Candidates For Local Seats

by Michael Torelli
With local elections coming in November, the Democratic and Republican Town Committees announced their slates of candidates this week.

Garden.JPGNew Garden Promises To Keep Memory Of Cheshire’s Pina Jaroslow Alive

by Michael Torelli
Jenna Jaroslow quipped that, if someone served food to her mother, Pina Jaroslow, at a restaurant, he or she could expect to receive a Christmas card that year.

First Look At Proposed Capital Budget

by Michael Torelli
Town Manager Michael Milone has proposed a $54.86 million five-year capital expenditure plan for Fiscal Years 2015-2019, $14.71 million of which is designated for the upcoming fiscal year.

BRAVE_0.JPGBRAVE Posters Make Patriotic Additions To Town Hall

by Michael Torelli
When students from Cheshire High School invited local veterans to a Memorial Day luncheon, a day that honors fallen servicemen and women, the classmates lined the West Gym with poster boards full of information on World War II.

OPINION

Opinion_60.jpgTown Should Appreciate Candidates

One look at the candidate lists for both the Cheshire Republican and Democratic parties shows that there will be a lot of familiar names on the ballot come this year’s November elections.

SPORTS

Waldron 2.jpgAL Senior Baseball Falls In Super Regionals

by Greg Lederer
Last summer, Cheshire American Legion senior baseball celebrated their first state title.

AROUND TOWN

A Poisonous Personality

by John Rook
Motive. It is the key to many a criminal case.


 

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