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Cheshire artist Tony Falcone has done several pieces for the U.S. Coast Guard in the past, and his relationship with the Guard allowed him to live out a dream recently, sailing on the Tall Ship Barque Eagle (background). For more on his story, see an upcoming edition of The Herald.

Cheshire Professor Shaves His Head To Battle Childhood Cancer

March 4, 2011 by Special To The ...

It's easy to see how committed Quinnipiac University Professor Bruce Saulnier, of Cheshire, is to ridding the world of childhood cancers. Just look at his head.

HDC Assuming Residents “OK” With Proposed Changes

March 3, 2011 by Josh Morgan

Since there hasn't been much objection to any of the proposed changes to the Historic District Commission review processes, the chairman takes it as a sign that residents are supportive of the ideas.

Three Injured After Head-On Collision Off Reservoir Road

March 1, 2011 by Josh Morgan

A head-on collision between two cars on Reservoir Road sent three people to the hospital Tuesday afternoon with what police describe as serious, but non-life threatening injuries.

Scholarship Awards To Be Given In Honor Of Schena

March 1, 2011 by Special To The ...

Greg Schena, a popular teacher at Cheshire High School who also served as a coach, was killed tragically in a car accident with a drunk driver in May of 2010, will live on in two scholarships that will be given in his name. Below is the press release provided by the Cheshire Education Foundation in regards to the scholarships:

Supreme Court Agrees To Hear Markley Lawsuit

February 28, 2011 by John Rook

State Senator Joe Markley (R-16) won election to his seat back in November, and he is already making waves in his new position.
The Connecticut State Supreme Court has agreed to hear Markely's lawsuit against the Department of Public Utilities, in which Markley charges that a surcharge on utility bills is illegal.

St. Bridget Comes Together To Help Children Of Haiti

February 27, 2011 by John Rook

At St. Bridget School, community service is as ingrained in students as multiplication tables and historic landmarks. It is a part of the school's mission statement; to try and help others and make a contribution to the world.

CHS Varsity Slate For Wednesday

Wednesday's Cheshire High School varsity schedule:

Lady Rams Sweep In Track And Field, Boys' Tennis Wins Second Straight

Cheshire High School girls' outdoor track and field improved to 5-0 on Tuesday, sweeping host Hamden (90-60), Hillhouse (95-54), and Wilbur Cross (79.5-69.5).

CHS Girls' LAX, Softball, Boys' Volleyball And Golf Won On Monday

On Monday, Cheshire High School girls' lacrosse (4-1) posted a 6-1 win at Branford (4-1).

Baseball Continues Hot Streak, Girls' Lacrosse Pulls Away At Amity

On Saturday, Cheshire High School baseball (4-2, 2-0 in Housatonic Division) secured its fourth win in a row 7-3 at Branford (2-3).

CHS Teams Sweep On Thursday

On Thursday, Cheshire High School boys' lacrosse (1-3) ran off 11 straight goals in earning their first win 16-2 over Branford (1-3).

CHS Boys' V-Ball And Tennis Teams Earn Wins, Girls' LAX And Tennis Come Up Short

Cheshire High School boys' volleyball (3-0) stayed unbeaten on Wednesday, sweeping Masuk (1-2) 3-0 by scores of 25-19, 25-10, and 25-19.

From This Week's Cheshire Herald

Smart Bus.JPGSchool Bus Cameras Gain Approval

by Michael Torelli
Motorists traveling in Cheshire ought to think twice before passing a school bus with the stop arm out and red lights flashing. If they don’t, it could cost them as much as $450.

Bond Ratings Remain High For Cheshire

by Michael Torelli
The Town of Cheshire recently received good news from two agencies concerning its high-level bond ratings.
Both Fitch Ratings and Moody’s Investor Service released their scores for Cheshire on April 4.

World Lab.JPGCheshire High Making Foreign Languages A Priority

by Michael Torelli
In the Psychology Today article “Life as a Bilingual,” author Francois Grosjean, Ph.D., estimated that approximately 20 percent of citizens in the United States are fluent in two different languages.

New Concussion Clinic Hopes To Stave Off Serious Athletic Injuries

by Michael Torelli
Concussions have become a hot topic in professional sports in recent years, but it’s easy to forget that high school athletes are just as susceptible to the dangerous brain trauma.

OPINION

Opinion_3.jpgCL&P Between Rock And Hard Place

It’s hard to sympathize with a company like Connecticut Light and Power, especially when the memories of days without power, after several storms over the last few years, remain fresh in our minds.
However, one does get the sense that the power company is stuck between a rock and a hard place when it comes to its current tree-trimming program.

SPORTS

Dutchyshyn 5.jpgGirls’ Lacrosse Starts Fast, Beats Conard

by Greg Lederer
With five girls making their first varsity start in last Saturday’s opener, Cheshire High School girls’ lacrosse head coach Dan Warburton felt it was important to build momentum early against Conard (West Hartford).

AROUND TOWN

05_2.jpgOn Your Mark, Get Set, GO!

by John Rook
For some large community events, it can take years for them to weave into the fabric of the community.
Time is needed and word of mouth necessary to grow something from a seedling into a fully-blossomed activity attended and anticipated by most in town.