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Cheshire's Yuriy Kaklyugin is the president of the Cheshire High School Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) group, and now he has another title to add to his list. Learn more about Kaklyugin in this week's Cheshire Herald.

SCC Wrestling Tournament Cancelled

February 10, 2013 by Greg Lederer

The recent storm has led to the cancellation of Wednesdays' Southern Connecticut Conference Wrestling Tournament at Shelton. Cheshire High School will travel to Trumbull for the Class LL Championship on Friday and Saturday.
CHS has made two more schedule changes:
Girls' Basketball (9-10; Housatonic Division Champion at 5-3)

School Canceled For Monday, Town Manager Issuing CodeRed announcement at 2 p.m. Sunday

February 10, 2013 by John Rook

Superintendent of Schools Dr. Greg Florio's office confirmed this afternoon that classes have been canceled for Monday, Feb. 11.
Cheshire was hit hard by the Blizzard of 2013, as was the rest of the state, and several streets in town remain unplowed. Travel has remained diffcult as crews continue to try and clear as much of the snow away as possible.

Class LL Track And Field, SCC Wrestling Moved To Wednesday

February 9, 2013 by Greg Lederer

Instead of competing tomorrow, Cheshire High School athletes will seek the following championships on Wednesday at 4 p.m.:
Indoor Track And Field
The Floyd Little Athletic Center in New Haven will host the Class LL Championship. The State Open will be Feb. 19, also at 4 p.m.
Photo of senior Kathleen Kalbian was taken by Allen Paul/Cheshire Herald.

Breaking News: CCP Bubble Comes down

February 9, 2013 by Greg Lederer

Under weight of snow, the bubble atop Cheshire Community Pool collapsed this morning. According to coaches within the Cheshire YMCA Sea Dog Swim Club, this event occurred at approximately 3:30 a.m. There is a rip of undetermined size in it.
Check back for updates as more information comes out. The Sea Dogs have confirmed that tomorrow's 12-and-Under State Championship has been cancelled.

CHS Softball And Girls' Golf Post Victories On Wednesday

On Wednesday, Cheshire High School softball (12-0, 6-0 in Housatonic Division) earned a 9-5 victory at Lauralton Hall (10-2).

CHS Varsity Recaps For Tuesday, Schedule On Wednesday

On Tuesday, Cheshire High School boys' outdoor track and field (6-4) defeated Hillhouse (5-4-1) 97-53 and lost 85-65 against Amity (11-0).

CHS Softball And Boys' Tennis Stay Unbeaten In Monday's Recaps

On Monday, Cheshire High School softball (11-0, 6-0 in Housatonic Division) earned a 10-3 victory at Shelton (2-10, 0-6).

From This Week's Cheshire Herald

Resized Karl Sundquist, Mike Nedoshytko.jpgControversy Over Coach's Exit

by Greg Lederer
After Karl Sundquist finished his first season as Cheshire High School ice hockey head coach in 2012, he thought he would remain at the helm for 20-plus years.

Prices For AJ Waste Service To Go Up

by Michael Torelli
The Town, School District, and private establishments could be paying a combined extra $1,100 in fees for garbage collection due to a price change in disposal rates at Covanta Wallingford.

Resized 2015-04-13 16.19.53.jpgHistoric Addition To Hitchcock-Phillips House

by John Rook
Eagle Scout projects are required to help a community in some fashion.

Resized IMG_0101.jpgTop Of The Class: Ceccolini Earns Best Grades At Police Academy

by Michael Torelli
Cheshire Police Chief Neil Dryfe has been known to say that, in regard to the 10 new officers sworn in over the past two years, he feels confident each will represent the community well.

SPORTS

Resized Odermatt 2.jpgCHS Softball Wins Key Test

by Greg Lederer
Monday’s softball game between Cheshire and Amity high school had the makings of another classic encounter. Not only did the teams share the Housatonic Division title last season, but they also both carried unbeaten records into this year’s first meeting.

AROUND TOWN

Contract Dispute Nearly Drove Teachers To The Picket Line

Acommunity’s school system is almost always the largest driver of the local budget.While departments like Parks and Recreation or the Library eat up a small portion of tax dollars, the schools account for the bulk of municipal expenditures.


 

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