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Since Cugino's Italian Restaurant has been closed, its parking lot has remained empty. However, a business located across the street from the site will be utilizing the space until a new tenant is found. For more on this story, see an upcoming edition of The Herald.

Saturday Events In Cheshire: Art Walk And Pig Roast

August 3, 2012 by John Rook

The temperatures are suppose to rise today but that doesn't mean you have to stay indoors. If you're looking for something to do, there are two events happening in town that might peak your interest.

Adinolfi Joins Others In Pushing For Connecticut Veterans Memorial

August 3, 2012 by Special To The ...

State Rep. Alfred Aldinolfi along with Governor Dannel Malloy, Lieutenant Governor Nancy Wyman, Department of Veterans Affairs Commissioner Linda S. Schwartz, state officials, and veterans, today announced plans to build the State of Connecticut’s first memorial honoring all Connecticut veterans.

Preview Of This Week's Cheshire Herald

August 2, 2012 by John Rook

Have you gotten your copy of The Cheshire Herald yet? If not, here's what you're missing:

Alexion Property Sells For $32 Million

August 1, 2012 by Josh Morgan

A 75-acre industrial park property was recently sold for $32 million.
The property, located at 350 Knotter Dr. and is home to Alexion Pharmaceuticals, was sold last week, according to information in the Town Clerk’s office. The property was sold to Winstanley Enterprises LLC of Massachusetts.

CHS Ice Hockey Drops Opener To Glastonbury, Thursday's Schedule Of Varsity Openers

In Wednesday's opener at Koeppel Community Center in Hartford, Cheshire High School ice hockey fell short 6-1 against host Glastonbury.

CA Girls' Basketball Comes Up Short At Watkinson

Cheshire Academy girls' basketball (3-3) fell 58-38 on Wednesday at Watkinson School (4-1).

CHS Girls' Basketball Falls To Second-Half Charge, Wednesday's Varsity Schedule

On Tuesday, Cheshire High School girls' basketball (1-1) lost 50-44 at East Haven (2-1).

CHS Girls' Basketball Topples Defending State Champion In Opener

On Friday, Cheshire High School girls' basketball (1-0) kicked off the season with a 40-31 win over defending Class LL Champion Lauralton Hall (0-2).

From This Week's Cheshire Herald

Food Pantry Eyes New Facility
PZC Gives Pantry Go-Ahead To Move Into New Building Off Sandbank Road

by Michael Torelli
The Cheshire Planning and Zoning Commission recently approved a new facility for the Cheshire Community Food Pantry—the first hurdle in a multi-step process to finalize the development.

Resized DSC_0231.jpgA New Sound For An Old Instrument

by John Rook
If you are unaware of the layout of Cheshire’s historic First Congregational Church, you could certainly be forgiven for missing the location of its pipe organ.

New Bidder For Cell Tower
Local Orchard Wants Tower In Its Backyard

by Michael Torelli
A family-owned orchard is looking to entice a cell tower company to use their land instead of a proposed site at the northern end of Cheshire.

Pool Project Receives Final Approval, Eyes September 2015 Completion Date

by Michael Torelli
The next step in ensuring that a permanent structure will be built over the Cheshire Community Pool was completed Tuesday night as the Cheshire Town Council approved the project’s $3.1 million budget.

OPINION

Opinion_32.jpgTown Must Meet New Deadline For Tension Membrane

It was supposed to be over.
When voters turned out in November of 2013 to vote by a rather wide margin to approve a tension membrane to be installed over the Cheshire Community Pool, the town’s longest-running debate was supposed to be over.

SPORTS

Resized Kya O'Donnell.jpgCHS Captain To Join Friends At SCSU

by Greg Lederer
Senior Kya O’Donnell has helped the Cheshire High School field hockey and girls’ lacrosse programs enjoy historical success over the last four years.

AROUND TOWN

Resized Take Off # 2.jpgCAP Lt. Keaney Witness To Historic Launch

by John Rook
Space exploration is limited to a select, qualified few.
From scientists to astronauts, only the brightest minds and most innovative thinkers are ever afforded the opportunity to be a part of the massive undertaking required to breach the borders of Earth.