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Allen Paul/Cheshire Herald
Ghosts, goblins, royalty and superheroes will be out in full force tonight, as families will walk around town for a game of trick or treat, usually ending resulting in the sweeter of the two options. Some participating in Halloween may even dress as a scarecrow, such as this one from the Haunted Asylum.

Support Oasis Church Missions Trip To Kenya

October 16, 2014 by Special To The ...

Oasis Church is holding a missionary pasta dinner fundraiser at the Cheshire Youth Center on Sunday, Nov. 2, from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Oasis is sending eight individuals to Kenya in January of 2015 to serve for two weeks. The first half of the trip will involve traveling to Kionyo to serve at the Marimba Children’s Home, building an outhouse, painting classrooms and distributing clothing.

Mark Your Calendar For Important Historical Society Activities

October 14, 2014 by Special To The ...

The Cheshire Historical Society has several interesting presentations upcoming. Below is a listing of some of those events:

Monday, Oct. 27th - Jaime McCormick will present Witchcraft in Connecticut. Introduction by Kye Witch.
Event is free and open to all. Begins at 7:30 p.m. at the Cheshire Historical Society, 43 Church Drive.

"Boo" Camp Set For Oct. 30

October 13, 2014 by Special To The ...

Horizon Personal Training in Cheshire will be sponsoring a Halloween "Boo" Camp the day before Halloween in order to raise donations for the Cheshire Food Pantry.
The "spooktacular" event will feature a 45-minute boot camp class, food and drink, raffle prozes, as well as face painting and Halloween crafts for children.

Yamin, Marcucilli Power CHS Football To Victory At The Surf Club

October 11, 2014 by Greg Lederer

Cheshire High School football has reached 5-0 for the first time since 1998, beating host Daniel Hand (2-3) 17-13 on Friday. It was the first time that CHS has defeated the Tigers since 2009. They last won at Madison's Surf Club in 2008.

CHS Cross Country Caps Year In State Open

On Friday, Cheshire High School boys' cross country took seventh (217 points) in the State Open at Wickham Park in Manchester.

CHS Girls' Swim And Dive Earns SCC 3-Peat, Girls' V-Ball Reaches Title Match, Girls' Soccer Falls In Final

On Wednesday, Cheshire High School girls' swim and dive claimed their third straight Southern Connecticut Conference Championship (1,291.5 points) at Southern Connecticut State University.

Glatt And Mostoller Score High In Diving Meet, CHS Girls To Compete In SCC Playoffs On Wednesday

On Tuesday, Cheshire High School sophomore Emily Glatt (fifth, 360.7) and senior Erin Mostoller (338.7) cracked the top 10 of the Southern Connecticut Conference Diving meet at Hamden.

CHS Girls' Soccer Reaches SCC Final, Girls' V-Ball Sweeps Guilford, Field Hockey Falls To Rival

In Monday's Southern Connecticut Conference semifinals, Cheshire High School girls' soccer (second, 11-4-3) defeated Housatonic Division foe Shelton (third, 10-5-3) 2-1.

From This Week's Cheshire Herald

esty:greenberg.jpgEsty, Greenberg Race Comes To CHS

by Michael Torelli
Gun control, ISIS, and same-sex marriage were just some of the topics that the 5th Congressional District candidates Elizabeth Esty and opponent Mark Greenberg debated about at Cheshire High School.

Referendum Focus Is On Fire Truck Question

by Michael Torelli
While the elections this year have primarily focused on those running for state and federal positions, residents of Cheshire will also be requested to vote on five separate referendum questions.

cupcake lady.jpgCupcake Lady Had Been Whipping Up A Halloween Tradition For Five Decades

by John Rook
Agatha “Babe” Price doesn’t remember exactly when she started handing out cupcakes on Halloween night, but she knows it was sometime in the 1960s.

Rematch For The 89th District Seat Pits Zupkus Against Nardello

by Michael Torelli
Both candidates for the State House of Representatives’ 89th District have heard their constituents loud and clear: the economy needs to be fixed, and there needs to be an increase in job offerings.

OPINION

Opinion_27.jpgElection Must Lead To Results

Imagine if you will a world in which politicians don’t represent states or districts but, rather, individual families.

SPORTS

Maria Buzzelli, Rachel Smullen_0.jpgGirls Hold Off Amity On Senior Night

by Greg Lederer
All of the elements were in place for the Cheshire High School girls’ volleyball team to enjoy Senior Night on Oct. 22. Back in the renovated West Gym and facing their top rival, the team capped their second straight unbeaten regular season in front of friends and family.

AROUND TOWN

Manhattan_Secret Life of Walter Mitty.jpgLyke Parlays Board And Blade Skills Into Busy Film Career

by Greg Lederer
Cheshire native John Lyke recalls his introduction to snowboarding and rollerblading at a young age.