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From all of us at The Cheshire Herald, Merry Christmas!!!

The Library Has Several Civil War-Themed Programs Upcoming

October 21, 2012 by Special To The ...

Cheshire Public Library will present Kevin Johnson as William Webb, an African-American Civil War soldier from Connecticut on Thursday, Nov. 8, at 7 p.m. Private Webb was an actual soldier, a native of Hartford. He was recruited in 1863 and served in the 29th Regiment,

Cheshire High Graduates Narrowly Miss Out On Chance To Sing With Favorite Group

October 20, 2012 by Greg Lederer

University of Connecticut all-female a cappella group Rubyfruit, including Cheshire High School graduates Melissa DePaolo (2008) and Laurel Filek (2010), spent the last two weeks competing in a national video contest created by the country group Lady Antebellum. The prize was the chance to sing with the artist in a concert.

Dandrow Makes Music For Mother's Cause

October 19, 2012 by Special To The ...

_DSC0038_2.JPGJonathan Dandrow, a native of Cheshire, is shown with his mother, Jeanne, at MS Keys To A Cure, a classical benefit concert held at Cheshire Academy Thursday, Oct. 11.

New Look For Cheshire Herald Website

October 18, 2012 by John Rook

You may have noticed that The Cheshire Herald website looks a bit different today. That's because we have made some changes to what you see here, and what's available.

CHS Boys' Swim And Dive Wins Opener Under Reeder, Girls' Basketball Falls In Tourney Final

In the debut of Head Coach Kevin Reeder, Cheshire High School boys' swim and dive (1-0) won the opener 93-72 at Haddam-Killingworth (0-1).

O'Donnell Leads CHS Girls' Basketball Past Waterford, Wrestlers Fall To Xavier, Tuesday's Varsity Schedule

On Monday, Cheshire High School girls' basketball (2-2) beat Waterford (3-2) 56-52 in the Daniel Hand Holiday Tournament.

Klanica Nets Game-Winner For CHS Ice Hockey, Girls' Co-Op Team Falls In Home Opener

In Saturday's West Haven Holiday Division II Tournament, Cheshire High School ice hockey (1-1) beat Amity (0-1-1) 4-3 for their first victory of the season.

CHS Basketbal Teams Fall To Middletown Schools, Saturday's CHS Varsity Schedule

On Friday, Cheshire High School girls' basketball (1-2) took a 63-27 loss to Mercy (3-0).

From This Week's Cheshire Herald

Covanta Receives Approval From Towns
Wallingford Energy Facility Will Officially Become A Transfer Station

by Michael Torelli
All five municipalities that use Covanta Energy’s waste-to-energy plant in Wallingford have given the company a green light to convert the site into a transfer station.

Settembri Vigil_0.jpgCommunity Rallies Around Settembri Family, Each Other After Murder-Suicide Leaves Cheshire Residents Shaken

by Michael Torelli
Snowflake-shaped Christmas lights were illuminated in the front window of 772 Cornwall Avenue on Dec. 19.

Mixville May Get New Bridge

by Michael Torelli
A new bridge may be installed at Mixville Park due to savings acquired when the Cheshire Public Works Department upgraded the dam.

Mountain Road 3_0.JPGCouncilors Settle On Mailbox Policy

by Michael Torelli
Those in Cheshire who are left with a destroyed mailbox as a result of a Town employee now have three different options by which to gain restitution.


Opinion_34.jpgReach Out Or Reconnect This Holiday Season

Children view Christmas through a simple yet magical prism.


Anthony Vitale.jpgKlanica Goal Clinches Thriller On Ice

by Greg Lederer
In a pre-season scrimmage on Dec. 12, the Cheshire High School ice hockey team posted a 5-0 shutout of Amity.


nankin.JPGNankin Honored For 25-Year Service To Parks & Rec

by Michael Torelli
For the past 25 years, Cheshire resident James Nankin has taken a seat as a member of the local Parks and Recreation Commission


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