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Michael Torelli/Cheshire Herald
The Blacks Road bridge over Honeypot Brook is just one of the projects the Town's Public Works Department plans to complete by the end of this year. For more information on the bridge's progress and other projects scheduled for completion, see this week's Cheshire Herald.

Winter Weather Does Damage To Tennis Courts

April 8, 2011 by Greg Lederer

People throughout the state couldn't wait for the snow and ice from several winter storms to melt away as the weather slowly began to warm up over the last several weeks.
However, when the snow did clear, the results were less than positive in some areas.

Performance Contracting Bids May Become Common In Cheshire

April 7, 2011 by Josh Morgan

For years, the buzz word at Cheshire Town Council meetings has been performance contracting.
It now appears that concept is more than just a debate topic and might become a reality.

CHS Had Chance To Be A Part Of MTV Reality Show Pilot

April 6, 2011 by John Rook

Cheshire High School may have missed out on an opportunity to be a part of a reality television show this year after a former Cheshire native and current television producer failed to connect with administrators at the school.

Public Gets Its Chance To Speak On Budget Tonight

April 5, 2011 by Josh Morgan

The public will have its chance to speak on the proposed $99.5 million Operating Budget tonight in Town Hall at 7 p.m.

Earth Day To Be Celebrated All Month At Library

April 4, 2011 by Special To The ...

Earth Day is fast approaching (April 22) and several organizations are planning events around the area to commemorate the special occasion. For its part, the Cheshire Public Library will be holding several events with an "Earth" theme. The following is a list of upcoming library-sponsored events:

How to be a Master Gardener
Tuesday Apr 12, 2011
Time: 7 to 8 p.m.

Marksman’s Interest Enhanced By American History

April 3, 2011 by John Rook

Cheshire resident Stuart Hall wasn’t what you would call a history buff. He knew the basics about the American Revolution, such as the names and places most closely associated with the event, but that’s where his knowledge ended.
What Hall knew, however, was marksmanship.

Rams Football Has Kicked Off Conditioning

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

CHS Girls' Volleyball Tryouts Moved To Cheshire Academy

Due to ongoing work in the West Gym, Cheshire High School girls' volleyball has switched tryouts to Cheshire Academy.

Men's Softball Teams Sweep Regular Season, Playoff Titles

The Cheshire Men's Softball League has three new playoff champions this year.

Cheshire Men's Softball League Finals Evened Up, Set Up Decisive Games On Friday

On Thursday, both Cheshire Men's Softball League finals were evened up (1-1) at Cheshire Park.

From This Week's Cheshire Herald

Council Approves Capital Budget
Approximately $4 Million In Project Funding Will Go To Referendum

by Michael Torelli
The Cheshire Town Council approved a $9.6 million capital budget plan for the current fiscal year during their meeting on Tuesday night.

Bridge/Road Work Tops To-Do List

by Michael Torelli
Clear skies and warm weather have made for a near-perfect outdoor working experience for those employed by the Cheshire Engineering Department.

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by Michael Torelli
Cheshire resident Kim Dorey Wallis always finds time each week to visit Bartlem Park to water the tree that shades the memorial plaque in honor of her deceased son, Todd Dorey.

Fire Department Looking For Quicker Response Time With Bunk-In Program

by Michael Torelli
At 3 a.m. on a snowy morning, an emergency call comes through the dispatch radio requesting the Cheshire Fire Department’s assistance.

OPINION

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In all likelihood, the person or persons who destroyed the plaque at Bartlem Park honoring the memory of Todd Dorey didn’t know what they were doing.

SPORTS

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by Greg Lederer
Kimmi Grove recalls that the first time she ran competitively it was not a pleasant experience.

AROUND TOWN

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by John Rook
Great partnerships are a common theme in musical history.


 

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