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When you visit the Cheshire Community Pool, you might not automatically think of it as a prime location for a hockey game. Some local and area players would disagree, however, as the pool has played host to a unique new sport. Look for the story in this Thursday's Cheshire Herald.

CHS Students Wow Judges With Dream Homes

April 10, 2011 by John Rook

Cheshire High School student Amanda Cashmore might only be 15 years old, but the teenager already knows what she wants to be when she grows up.
Since she was a child, which wasn't all that long ago, Cashmore has wanted to be an architect. She has wanted to build things in her mind and see them come to life in the real world.

Neville To Speak About Horticulture At Suburban Garden Club Meeting

April 9, 2011 by Special To The ...

Katherine Neville, a master gardener and horticulture judge, will be the featured speaker at the April meeting of the Suburban Garden Club. She will discuss how to display horticulture and the criteria on which it is judged. This is one of several programs planned to help club members prepare for the flower show in June.

Council Set To Cut $1.8 Million From Budget Request

April 9, 2011 by Josh Morgan

The Cheshire Town Council appears ready to adopt an Operating Budget that cuts Town Manager Michael Milone's initial proposal by more than $1.8 million.

Syrup Makers Tapping Into A Sweet Pasttime

April 9, 2011 by Josh Morgan

Move over, Aunt Jemima.
Take a seat. Mrs. Buttersworth.
There’s some local residents who think the best maple syrup comes from their own backyards.

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 Varsity Teams Go 4-1 On Tuesday

On Tuesday, Cheshire High School cross country squads collected three victories at Wharton Brook State Park.

CHS Girls' V-Ball Earns 35th Consecutive Win, Field Hockey And Girls' Soccer Come Up Short

On Monday, Cheshire High School girls' volleyball (8-0, 3-0 in Housatonic Division) came away victorious 3-1 (25-10, 25-14, 16-25, 25-20) at Mercy (6-2).

Cheshire Academy Football Wins Shoot-Out

On Saturday, Cheshire Academy football (2-0) collected a 55-35 victory at Avon Old Farms School (1-1).

CHS Girls' X-C Takes Second In 33rd Bethel Invite, Boys' Soccer Beats Sheehan On Ravenberg's First Varsity Goal

In Saturday's 33rd Bethel Invite, Cheshire High School girls' cross country ended up in second place (53 points).

Yamin Runs For Four Touchdowns In Win At West Haven

On Friday, Cheshire High School football (3-0) remained unbeaten with a 42-28 victory at West Haven (2-1).

CHS Girls' Volleyball Extends Win Streak To 34 Matches, Girls' Soccer Ties Mercy

On Friday, Cheshire High School girls' volleyball (7-0, 3-0 in Housatonic Division) collected their 34th consecutive victory 3-0 at Shelton (4-4, 0-2).

CHS Varsity Teams Sweep On Tuesday

On Tuesday, Cheshire High School boys' soccer (1-3-1, 1-1 in Housatonic Division) defeated defending Housatonic Champion Amity (0-5-1, 0-2-1) 5-4 to earn their first victory.

CHS Girls' Volleyball, Swim And Dive Remain Undefeated

On Monday, Cheshire High School girls' volleyball (6-0, 2-0 in Housatonic Division) secured their 33rd consecutive victory 3-0 at Sheehan (5-1, 0-1).

CA Football Starts The Year With Road Win

On Saturday, Cheshire Academy football (1-0) won the opener 49-20 at Pomfret School.

From This Week's Cheshire Herald

map.jpgA Towering New Addition To Cheshire?
Public Will Have Chance To Offer Opinion About Proposed Cell Tower

by Michael Torelli
Local residents will be able to voice their opinions soon regarding the planned placement of a new cell tower at the Cheshire Wastewater Treatment Plant.

Ball & Socket Arts Closes Deal On Factory

by Michael Torelli
It took three years, but the Ball & Socket Arts group have finally obtained the keys to their long-desired industrial complex on West Main Street.

Lonnie Quinn.jpgCheshire’s Quinn Goes From Small Screen To Big Weather Stage

by Greg Lederer
On a daily basis, millions of people check television, the Internet, newspapers, and more in hopes of finding an educated weather forecast.

OPINION

Opinion_22.jpgPurchasing Factory Only Small Part Of Bigger Challenge For Arts Group

Ball & Socket Arts officially owns the historic Ball & Socket Factory. The group pursuing this project has jumped through every procedural hoop, gone to every hearing, produced every blueprint required, and is now one step closer to making their dream of a multi-use, arts-centric facility a reality.

SPORTS

Eric Dishnica_0.jpgCheshire Soccer Returns Home To Get First Win

by Greg Lederer
There is an old adage that says home is where the heart is. After going scoreless in their previous three games, the Cheshire High School boys’ soccer team was excited to finally play their home opener against Amity on Tuesday.

AROUND TOWN

Route 10.jpgRoute 10 Bypass Proposals Met With Unanimous Opposition

If you think of Cheshire as a living, breathing organism, then its main artery, the one pumping blood to all of its outer extremities, is most assuredly Route 10.