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Al Valerio/Cheshire Herald
Saxophonist Anthony Del Aquila teamed with accordionist Will Comer and noted jazz singer Terri Small (note pictured) at the recent concert for the Connecticut Accordion Association, held at The Waverly Inn on Sunday, March 26.

Fill Up On Ziti Tomorrow

March 6, 2015 by Special To The ...

Boy Scout Troop 92, sponsored by the First Congregational Church, will hold its annual ziti dinner tomorrow, March 7, from 5 to 7 p.m. in the Parish Hall, 111 Church Dr. Ticket prices are $8 per person, with a maximum cost of $30 per family. Scouts in uniform and children under the age of 3 will be admitted for free. Cost for senior citizens will be $6.

BREAKING NEWS: SCC Swim Final Moved To Friday

March 5, 2015 by Greg Lederer

Due to winter weather on Thursday, Cheshire High School boys won't swim in the Southern Connecticut Conference final until Friday at Southern Connecticut State University. The new start time is 4 p.m.

Riordan, Shea To Speak At United Methodist Church

March 5, 2015 by Special To The ...

Irishwoman Mags Riordan, founder of the Billy Riordan Memorial Clinic in the African nation of Malawi, and Massachusetts author Suzanne Strempek Shea, author of the book "This Is Paradise: An Irish Mother's Grief, an African Village's Plight and the Medical Clinic That Brought Fresh Hope to Both," about Riordan and her work, will speak on Thursday, March 19, at the Cheshire United Methodist Church

Cheshire Schools Delayed Once Again

March 4, 2015 by John Rook

For the second time in three days, Cheshire is responding to inclement weather and a difficult morning commute.
After another winter storm produced snow, freezing rain, and now, just rain, Cheshire Public Schools and St. Bridget School have once again decided to delay opening by 90 minutes. The Cheshire Senior Center and YMCA have announced that all morning activities have been cancelled.

Escoto Succeeds Robertson As Cheshire AL Senior Baseball Coach

Cheshire resident John Escoto has become the new Cheshire American Legion baseball Senior head coach, succeeding Bill Robertson who stepped down after seven seasons at the position.

CHS Boys Swim To Seventh Place In State Open, End Winter Season

On Saturday, Cheshire High School boys' swim secured seventh place (263 points) in the State Open final at Yale University's Robert J.H. Kiphuth Exhibition Pool.

CHS Boys Swim To Third Place In Monday's Class LL Final, Capture 400-yard Freestyle Relay Crown

On Monday, Cheshire High School boys' swimming earned third place (474 points) in the Class LL final at Wesleyan University.

Murray Competes Nationally On The Track, Swimmers To Race In Class LL Final On Monday

On Sunday, Cheshire High School junior track runner Brendan Murray posted 16th place (9:18.51) in the boys' championship two-mile in New Balance Indoor Nationals at New York's Armory Track and Field Center.

CHS Ice Hockey Drops Saturday's D-II Quarter To NFI, Swimmers To Compete In Class LL Final On Monday

On Saturday at Milford Ice Pavilion, Cheshire High School ice hockey (sixth seed, 12-10) came up short 2-1 against New Fairfield/Immaculate Co-Op (third, 17-4-2) in the Division II quarterfinals.

Nguyen Dives In Thursday's Class LL Meet, CHS Ice Hockey Has D-II Quarter Postponed To Saturday

On Thursday, Cheshire senior captain Ryan Nguyen finished 31st (109.2) in Class LL Diving at Hamden.

CHS Ice Hockey Explodes For Comeback Win Over Hand On Tuesday, Nguyen To Dive In Class LL Meet On Thursday

On Tuesday, Cheshire High School ice hockey (sixth seed, 12-9) came back to beat Daniel Hand (11th, 9-11-1) 5-1 in the Division II First Round at Wesleyan University.

CHS Boys' B-Ball Ends Season At Kennedy For Second Straight Season, Cheshire Skaters To Host Hand On Tuesday

On Monday, Cheshire High School boys' basketball (25th seed, 11-12) fell 54-48 at Kennedy (eighth, 18-5) in the Class LL First Round.

From This Week's Cheshire Herald

TOP STORIES

Stephen Ives Homestead.jpgHDC Wants Old Home Saved

by Michael Torelli
One civic group is looking to preserve a historic home on a newly-acquired parcel of Town property, but Town Councilors are hesitant to commit to the project.

Eversource May Install Natural Gas Lines

by Michael Torelli
Eversource is looking to expand its natural gas lines to residents in the eastern portion of Cheshire and will be providing details to the public at an upcoming informational meeting.

Panels.JPGTying Solar Farm Into Power Lines More Costly Than Originally Expected

by Michael Torelli
Cost estimates for tying a proposed solar farm into Eversource Energy power lines has come in higher than expected.

CHA Names New Director, Pursues Grant

by Michael Torelli
The Cheshire Housing Authority is pursuing a state grant to renovate one of its most populated properties, and leading the charge will be a new chairperson on the Board of Directors.

OPINION

Opinion_147.jpgSometimes History Must Suffer

There is great value in preserving a town’s history.

SPORTS

Kaitlyn D'Andrea, Carolynn Pechmann.jpgSeniors Will Extend LAX Careers

by Greg Lederer
Cheshire High School seniors Kaitlyn D’Andrea and Carolynn Pechmann have come from different athletic backgrounds to find success in lacrosse.

AROUND TOWN

Bozzutos 1.jpgUnion Strike Turned Violent On Bozzuto’s Doorstep In 1983

by John Rook
Most labor disputes are settled behind closed doors, away from the public eye.