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A new 11-unit housing development was recently approved for the property at 138 Highland Ave., which currently houses two buildings that are planned to be removed. For more on this story, see an upcoming edition of The Herald.

Fill Up On Ziti Tomorrow

March 6, 2015 by Special To The ...

Boy Scout Troop 92, sponsored by the First Congregational Church, will hold its annual ziti dinner tomorrow, March 7, from 5 to 7 p.m. in the Parish Hall, 111 Church Dr. Ticket prices are $8 per person, with a maximum cost of $30 per family. Scouts in uniform and children under the age of 3 will be admitted for free. Cost for senior citizens will be $6.

BREAKING NEWS: SCC Swim Final Moved To Friday

March 5, 2015 by Greg Lederer

Due to winter weather on Thursday, Cheshire High School boys won't swim in the Southern Connecticut Conference final until Friday at Southern Connecticut State University. The new start time is 4 p.m.

Riordan, Shea To Speak At United Methodist Church

March 5, 2015 by Special To The ...

Irishwoman Mags Riordan, founder of the Billy Riordan Memorial Clinic in the African nation of Malawi, and Massachusetts author Suzanne Strempek Shea, author of the book "This Is Paradise: An Irish Mother's Grief, an African Village's Plight and the Medical Clinic That Brought Fresh Hope to Both," about Riordan and her work, will speak on Thursday, March 19, at the Cheshire United Methodist Church

Cheshire Schools Delayed Once Again

March 4, 2015 by John Rook

For the second time in three days, Cheshire is responding to inclement weather and a difficult morning commute.
After another winter storm produced snow, freezing rain, and now, just rain, Cheshire Public Schools and St. Bridget School have once again decided to delay opening by 90 minutes. The Cheshire Senior Center and YMCA have announced that all morning activities have been cancelled.

Bishop Captures First State Open Titles At Yale Pool

At Yale University's Robert J.H. Kiphuth Exhibition Pool, Cheshire High School boys' swim nabbed fifth place (252.5 points) in the State Open final.

Bishop Takes Home Two Class LL Titles, Cheshire Boys' Swim Takes Third Place

At Wesleyan University's Freeman Athletic Center, Cheshire High School boys' swim earned third place (442) in the Class LL final.

CHS Ice Hockey Drops D-II Quarter To Conard, Boys To Swim In Class LL Qualifying On Saturday

In Friday's Division II quarterfinal at Wonderland of Ice in Bridgeport, Cheshire High School ice hockey (ninth seed, 9-11-2) came up short 4-2 against Conard (top, 16-6).

From This Week's Cheshire Herald

Cemetery Plan Approved By Planning And Zoning

by Michael Torelli
After three meetings on the matter, the Cheshire Planning and Zoning Commission approved a special permit application on March 23 to allow a 2,150-plot cemetery to be built at 220 Realty Dr.

DSC_0024_2.JPGFull Steam Ahead: The Community Pool Project Finally On Track

by Michael Torelli
For likely the first time since the collapse of the first bubble, Town officials received news about the Cheshire Community Pool tension membrane project that was not negative.

Battling Back: CHS Grad Recounts Tale Of Addiction And Recovery

by John Rook
For Jack Donahue, it was supposed to be the best of days.

New, Non-Tenured Teachers’ Status In Limbo
Contracts Not Renewed For 30 Faculty Members As Budget Will Determine How Many Are Retained

by Michael Torelli
Approximately 30 employees hired by the Cheshire Board of Education are at risk of being shown the door due to uncertainties regarding the Board’s operating budget request.

SPORTS

Maggie O'Reilly_1.jpgO’Reilly To Join Larson In College Ranks

by Greg Lederer
When senior Maggie O’Reilly joined the Cheshire High School field hockey program four years ago, she had never played the sport or picked up a stick before.

AROUND TOWN

Boot Camp 1.jpgBooting The Boot Camp A Fight Ultimately Lost

Cheshire is recognized for many things. It has what is considered to be one of the best school systems in the state. It is, according to its own motto, the bedding capital of Connecticut, with a rich history of agriculture that lives on to this day.


 

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