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Pinochle players at the Cheshire Senior Center were able to participate in a casual game Tuesday in the facility’s newly-renovated basement, which offers both a billiards and cards tables for use. For more on the renovation and what is being said about the new room, see an upcoming edition of The Cheshire Herald.

Train Show Coming Next Month

February 10, 2014 by Special To The ...

The Cheshire High School Band Parents Association will be holding its next train show on March 2 at CHS, 525 South Main St. The show will run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., with dealer setup scheduled from 6 to 10 a.m.
There will be food, movies, clinics and workshops available, with an anticipated 70 dealers occupying seven rooms (operating layouts of HO, G, S, O, and N scales).

Job Shadows Get Behind-The-Scenes Look At Working Life Of A Journalist

February 8, 2014 by John Rook

Each year, The Cheshire Herald agrees to participate in the Cheshire High School Job Shadow program.
Designed to allow student the opportunity to get a sense of what really happens in the working world, and see professionals working in careers in which they might be interested, the shadows spend the morning/afternoon observing individuals as they go about their daily working routine.

Bowl-A-Thon Happening Tomorrow

February 7, 2014 by John Rook

Tired of the snow? Sick of shoveling?
Maybe a little bowling is just what the doctor ordered.

CHS PTSO To Collect Items For Safe Haven

February 6, 2014 by Special To The ...

The Cheshire High School PTSO will be conducting a collection for Safe Haven of Greater Waterbury from now through March 31. Safe Haven helps women and children of domestic violence in the towns of Cheshire, Waterbury, Wolcott, Bethlehem, Middlebury, Naugatuck, Prospect, Southbury, and Watertown.

Skibitcky, Murray Earn Regional Honors In Track And Field Meet

On Saturday, Cheshire High School track and field athletes Janaia Skibitcky and Brendan Murray secured All-New England honors in the 71st New England Interscholastic Championship at Willowbrook Park in New Britain.

CHS Softball To Play For First Unbeaten Season On Saturday Against Rival

On Saturday, Cheshire High School softball (top seed, 26-0) seeks their first state title and unbeaten season against Housatonic Division rival Amity (sixth, 21-5) in the Class LL final at West Haven.

CHS Softball Shuts Out NFA In Class LL Semis, Skibitcky Wins First State Open Crown, Golfers Play In D-I Open

In Monday's Class LL semifinals, Cheshire High School softball (top seed, 26-0) defeated Norwich Free Academy (fifth, 21-6) 2-0 at West Haven.

CHS Boys' Volleyball Falls In Class L Quarter At Darien

On Friday, Cheshire High School boys' volleyball (seventh seed, 16-6) came up short 3-2 (16-25, 25-21, 20-25, 25-21, 13-15) in a Class L quarterfinal at Darien (second, 22-1).

CHS Softball To Play In LL Semis On Monday

On Monday, Cheshire High School softball (top seed, 25-0) visits West Haven to play Norwich Free Academy (fifth, 19-4) in the Class LL semifinals at 4 p.m.

CHS Softball Advances To Class LL Semis, Girls' LAX Falls In Quarterfinal, Boys' V-Ball To Visit Darien On Friday

On Thursday, Cheshire High School softball (top seed, 25-0) extended their unbeaten season with a 9-0 shutout of Middletown (eighth, 16-7) in the Class LL quarterfinals.

CHS Softball And Boys' Volleyball Reach Class Quarters, Skibitcky Wins LL Gold Medals, Boys' Lacrosse Falls In Thriller

CHS Softball And Boys' Volleyball Reach Class Quarters, Skibitcky Wins LL Gold Medals, Boys' Lacrosse Falls In Thriller

CHS Girls' Lacrosse Beats Falcons In Class L First Round, Boys' Golf Takes Sixth In SCC, Baseball Ends Season

On Tuesday, Cheshire High School girls' lacrosse (fifth seed, 14-5) defeated Fairfield Ludlowe (12th, 9-8) 15-11 in the Class L First Round.

From This Week's Cheshire Herald

TOP STORIES

Old Dump Site Attracts Attention Of DEEP
Lot On Land Slated For Controversial Subdivision Needs Cleaning, State Concludes

by Michael Torelli
Residents of Mountain Road finally received some answers as to what the state plans to do about an illegal landfill located off of Cornwall Avenue, near where a new housing development has been proposed.

website.pngTown’s Website Gets Ready For A Makeover

by Michael Torelli
The Town of Cheshire website is slated to get a facelift this year, as Town officials recently opened responses to a Request for Proposal seeking companies interested in completing the makeover.

“No Frills” In BOE Capital Budget

by Michael Torelli
The Board of Education recently supported a five-year capital expenditure plan totaling $18.32 million, $1.7 million of which is earmarked for the upcoming fiscal year.

geo fair.JPGSt. Bridget Students “Traveled” The World Before End Of School

by John Rook
Each year, St. Bridget School takes a trip.

OPINION

Opinion_108.jpgTime For DEEP, Property Owner To Step Up

As this publication, and other readers gracious enough to submit letters to the editor, have pointed out recently, there is only so much the Cheshire Planning and Zoning Commission and, by extension, local residents can do when it comes to development proposals.

SPORTS

Alyssa Stevens.jpgGoalie Makes College Choice

by Greg Lederer
Alyssa Stevens has a unique story in how she first became a field hockey goalkeeper at Cheshire High School.

AROUND TOWN

Dave Dykeman.jpgA Showcase Of Gridiron Talent

by Greg Lederer
Back on June 4, the Cheshire Academy campus was abuzz with football fever. Approximately 330 players and 65 coaches from over 20 colleges took to the turf at Simosa Field for the Champions Football Camp.


 

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