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A snowstorm during the morning commute today made travel for motorists a bit more hectic than a regular Friday. Luckily, traffic is not what it is normally, as proven by a quiet Route 10.

Interested In History? HDC Has Opportunities Available

November 23, 2013 by Special To The ...

The Historic District Commission has openings for three commissioners and is seeking three qualified people to serve in alternate positions. Alternates attend all meetings and participate in discussions, but do not vote unless seated in place of an absent Commissioner.

Holiday-Themed Activities Abound This Weekend

November 22, 2013 by John Rook

Looking for something to do this weekend?
Feel like getting into the holiday mood a little early?
There are plenty of activities to keep you busy today and tomorrow.
Here is a list of some of the things you can add to you schedule:

Today, Nov. 23
Festival of Trees and Marketplace
United Methodist Church
205 Academy Road
9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Franciscan Christmas Fair

Full-Day Kindergarten Receives Unanimous Approval From BOE

November 22, 2013 by John Rook

The Town of Cheshire moved one step closer to instituting full-day kindergarten in Cheshire as members of the Board of Education voted unanimously to approve the measure.
The action taken by the Board is not surprising as almost all members of the BOE had previously expressed their support for the change. It is estimated that more than $700,000 will be required to implement the program.

Full-Day Kindergarten On BOE Agenda

November 21, 2013 by John Rook

The Board of Education meets tonight and on the agenda is full-day kindergarten.
Members are expected to decide tonight whether or not to approve a plan that would change Cheshire's current half-day kindergarten curriculum to a full-day one. Several members of the BOE have expressed support for the initiative, insisting that Cheshire students could be left behind if the move is not made.

CHS Basketball Teams And Ice Hockey Sweep On Wednesday, Varsity Sports Slate For Thursday

On Wednesday, Cheshire High School girls' basketball (6-9, 2-3 in Housatonic Division) beat defending Housatonic Champion Sheehan (10-6, 2-3) by a score of 55-47.

Pins Lead CHS Wrestling Past Amity On Senior Night, , Cheshire Ski Teams Earn Pair Of Victories At Mount Southington

On Senior Night, Cheshire High School wrestling (9-7) won their sixth straight 45-27 over Amity.

CHS Boys Earn Wins On Court And In Pool, Co-Op Ice Hockey Earns Draw, Girls' Basketball Falls At East Haven

Led by sophomore Ben Brewer on Monday, Cheshire High School boys' swim and dive (7-0) defeated host and previously undefeated Amity 94-86 at Orange Community Center Pool.

Cheshire Hockey Teams Split In Road Action, Wrestlers Go Unbeaten In St. Bernard Invite, Cheerleaders Finish Third In Wolcott

On Saturday at Champions Skating Center in Cromwell, Cheshire High School ice hockey (6-3-1) defeated host East Catholic (3-7) 1-0.

CHS Girls' Basketball Falls At Law, Varsity Sports Slate For Saturday

On Friday, Cheshire High School girls' basketball (5-8, 1-3 in Housatonic Division) came up short 56-44 at Jonathan Law (8-6).

CHS Girls' Indoor Track And Field Wins SCC East Sectional Title On Thursday, Boys' Basketball Beats Career

On Thursday, Cheshire High School girls' indoor track and field captured the Southern Connecticut Conference East Sectional crown (88.5 points) at Floyd Little Athletic Center in New Haven.

CHS Skiers Open Winter Season, CA Boys Compete At Mount Southington

Cheshire High School skiers, senior tri-captain Meghan Diamond (49.35) and junior Anders Norback (48.44), each won their respective races in Wednesday's Connecticut Interscholastic Ski League opener at Mount Southington.

CHS Skaters Earn Big Win, Girls' Basketball and Wrestling Teams Drop Road Contests, Varsity Sports Slate For Thursday

On Wednesday, Cheshire High School ice hockey (5-3-1) received 10 goals from the junior class to beat Milford Co-Op (4-6-1) 10-1 at Wesleyan University's Freeman Athletic Center.

Cheshire Teams Sweep On Tuesday

At Walsh Intermediate School in Branford, Cheshire boys' swim and dive improved to 6-0 with a 92-79 win over host Branford/Guilford Co-Op.

Bishop Sets Pool Record On Friday, CHS Boys' B-Ball Falls To Shelton, Blades Stay Unbeaten On Ice

On Friday, Cheshire High School boys' swim and dive (5-0) defeated host Sacred Heart 95-82 at Kennedy in Waterbury.

From This Week's Cheshire Herald

TOP STORIES

Energy Commission Charged Up About Station
Electric Car Owners Will Have A Place To Charge Their Vehicles

by Michael Torelli
Since 2014, Paul Michalowski of the Cheshire Energy Commission has worked to secure an electric vehicle charging station (EVCS) in town.

Gode.JPGFormer Public Works Employee Peter Gode Honored With Plaque

by Michael Torelli
The memory of a longtime Public Works employee, volunteer firefighter, and Cheshire native will not be forgotten thanks to the efforts of his siblings and family.

Cheshire Seeking Company To Handle Dead Animal Removal

by Michael Torelli
Seeing a dead animal in your backyard, especially one the size of a deer, is never a welcome experience.

Walsh_0.JPGCara Walsh To Get In Touch With Her Spiritual Side At Youth Day

by Michael Torelli
Two high school seniors are looking to enhance their religious backgrounds and faith by attending the 2016 World Youth Day (WYD), but they are asking for help from the local community to make their trip a reality.

OPINION

Opinion_87.jpgTime To Focus On Pool’s Future

There’s no need to rehash the controversy that has surrounded the Cheshire Community Pool.

SPORTS

Janaia Skibitcky_3.jpgDaddi, Skibitcky Lead Cheshire Girls To East Sectional Crown

by Greg Lederer
Depth led Cheshire High School girls’ outdoor track and field to winning last Thursday’s Southern Connecticut Conference East Sectional title at New Haven’s Floyd Little Athletic Center.

AROUND TOWN

Kosover.JPGKosovers Happy To Call Cheshire Home

by Michael Torelli
Yanna Kosover will admit that her family’s move from Russia to the United States in 1991 was not easy, but it was worth the trouble.


 

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