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Photo courtesy of Renee Hryniewicz
Cheshire's Renee Hryniewicz had the opportunity to teach students in China this past summer. To learn more about her experience, see an upcoming edition of The Herald.

UConn Coach, Cheshire Native Paul Pasqualoni Returns To Town

May 10, 2011 by John Rook

Paul Pasqualoni has coached at every level of football, from the high school ranks all the way up to the NFL. Yet, the veteran head coach has never forgotten where he comes from.
On Tuesday morning, Pasqualoni addressed dozens of Cheshire business owners at the Cheshire Economic Development Commission's Business Appreciation Day, telling all in attendance that he was happy to be back.

YMCA Road Race, Bike Event, And Healthy Living Expo Coming This Month

May 9, 2011 by Special To The ...

The Cheshire Community YMCA’s 2nd Annual Sea Dog 5k, 10k Road Races, Family Bike Event, and Healthy Living Expo will be held on Sunday, May 22, at Bartlem Park in Cheshire.

St. Bridget Students Master Art Of Handwriting

May 8, 2011 by John Rook

Handwriting is becoming a lost art. Between email and text messaging, it seems that communication has been relegated to the world of electronics.
Few, if any of us, have a need to pick up a pen or pencil these days.

Culture Corner

May 7, 2011 by Special To The ...

Culture Corner

Culture Corner is a new feature on The Cheshire Herald website where we offer reviews on music, movies, books, and theater, while giving you a heads-up on different events or venues that will let

Former CHS Grad Talks Dangers Of Drunk Driving

May 7, 2011 by Josh Morgan

By his own admission, Ryan Tapp is the prime example that "it can't happen to me."

Reception Tonight At Goldsmith's To Showcase Sherman's Work

May 6, 2011 by Special To The ...

During the month of May, Goldsmith's Art and Frame Gallery, 534 West Main Street, will feature the artwork of Watertown artist Judith Sherman.

CHS Sports Begin Fall Practice

Cheshire High School cross country, field hockey, soccer, girls' swim and dive, and girls' volleyball opened fall pre-season on Saturday.

CJF Hosted Pre-season Jamboree On Saturday

Cheshire Junior Football is preparing for the 2014 season!

Rams Football Has Kicked Off Conditioning

On Monday, Cheshire High School football started conditioning for the 2014 campaign.

From This Week's Cheshire Herald

Council Chips In For Plant
Contractor’s Mistake Requires Town Appropriation

by Michael Torelli
The Town of Cheshire was recently required to front a supplemental appropriation of $25,000 because of problems at the Wastewater Treatment Plant.

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A Touch Of Magic Comes To Cheshire Library

by Michael Torelli
Cards, paper clips, rope, rubber bands, and strings littered the Mary Baldwin Room at Cheshire Public Library late last week.

Trail Parking Lot Approved

by Michael Torelli
Life promises to become easier for those looking to take advantage of the Cheshire Farmington Canal Heritage Trail, as five acres of land on Jarvis Street will soon be turned into a 74-space parking lot.

Grange.JPGGrange Fair Celebrates 130 Years In Style

by Michael Torelli
The sounds of goats and aroma of country cooking filled the air this past weekend, as the 130th Annual Cheshire Grange Community Fair commenced.

OPINION

Opinion_19.jpgBartlem Parking A Safety Issue

Cheshire Parks and Recreation Director Bob Ceccolini has it right when he says that the situation at Bartlem Park just isn’t fair. While some students have been forking over a tidy sum for the right to park at Bartlem, others have simply been cherry-picking open spots near the Community Pool or Yellow House, free of charge (see page 2 for story).

SPORTS

Collin Jordan_4.jpgJordan To Take Court At ECSU

by Greg Lederer
For the last four seasons, Collin Jordan was a fixture in the Cheshire High School boys’ basketball lineup.

AROUND TOWN

Leo.JPGVersatility Key To Leo Lavallee’s Musical Success

by John Rook
There are certain things that tie musicians to their music.