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Members of the Cheshire Police Department enjoyed a Thanksgiving feast on Nov. 23 that was provided by the volunteer efforts of Calvary Life Family Worship Center. For more on this story, see an upcoming edition of The Cheshire Herald.

Other Results From Election Day

November 3, 2015 by John Rook

There were some big changes and not-so-big changes to come out of Election Day 2015, according to early results.

Unofficial Results For Cheshire Town Council

November 3, 2015 by John Rook

It appears local Republicans will retain a majority of seats in the Cheshire Town Council, although their advantage will likely be a bit slimmer.
According to unofficial results, Republicans Tom Ruocco (Second District), Rob Oris, Tim Slocum, and Sylvia Nichols (At Large) have all won reelection. Fellow Republican Paul Bowman (At Large) also appears to have secured a seat on the Council.

Know Your Polling Station Location, Candidates Running

November 3, 2015 by John Rook

It's Election Day!
If you haven't made your way to the polling station just yet, here is a little info to remember:
Know your polling stations before Election Day:

District One
Cheshire High School
525 South Main Street

District Two
Chapman School
38 Country Club Road

District Three
1220 Waterbury Road

District Four
Norton School
414 North Brooksvale Road

Ballots Set For Tomorrow's Election

November 2, 2015 by John Rook

Election Day is tomorrow and polls open at 6 a.m. Below we are providing the ballots, as they will appear when residents walk into the voting booth. (NOTE: This corrects an earlier version with incorrectly listed 8 a.m. as the time in which polls open.)

CHS Field Hockey Comes Up Short Against Wilton In L Final Thriller, Local Swimmers Compete In The State Open

In Saturday's Class L final at Wethersfield, Cheshire High School field hockey (fifth seed, 15-3-2-2) came up short 1-0 against Wilton (sixth, 18-5) in overtime.

CA Girls' Volleyball Outlasts Winchendon In NEPSAC Semis

On Saturday, Cheshire Academy girls' volleyball (18-2) held off Winchendon School 3-2 in the New England Preparatory School Athletic Council semifinals.

Local Sisters Shine In Class M Swim Final

Cheshire sisters, senior Jaime Robinson and sophomore Nikki Robinson, competed for Sacred Heart Academy (Hamden) swimming in Wednesday's Class M final at Southern Connecticut State University.

Boyer Wins Class L Butterfly In Record Time, Girls' Volleyball Falls In LL Semis

Cheshire High School sophomore swimmer Liz Boyer made history in Wednesday's Class L final at Wesleyan University, winning the 100-yard butterfly (55.58) in a school record setting time.

CHS Field Hockey Outlasts Glastonbury To Earn Redemption In Class L Semi, Varsity Schedule For Wednesday

In Tuesday's Class L semifinal at Wethersfield, CHS field hockey (fifth seed, 15-3-2-1) beat defending co-champion/top-seeded Glastonbury (16-0-1-1) 2-1 (1-0 in penalty strokes).

CJF Wins Three Title Games

At North Haven Middle School, Cheshire Junior Football defeated Bristol 46-33 to capture the Shoreline Youth Football Conference crown.

SCC Puts Out New Division Alignments For CHS Sports

The Southern Connecticut Conference has announced new two-year divisions for Cheshire High School fall sports.

CHS Girls' Volleyball Rallies To Beat Tomahawks In LL Quarters, Sophomore X-C Runners Compete Regionally In Vermont

In Saturday's Class LL quarterfinal, Cheshire High School girls' volleyball (fourth seed, 20-3) came back to win 3-2 (25-15, 18-25, 22-25, 25-16, 15-11) over Glastonbury (fifth, 20-5).

From This Week's Cheshire Herald


Seniors Upset Over Possible Cuts To Programs

by Michael Torelli
Ruth Podgwaite admits that many of her friends have died over the years, leaving the 88-year-old somewhat alone.

Ball & Socket.JPGBall & Socket Arts Ready To “Go, Go, Go”

by Michael Torelli
Members of the nonprofit organization Ball & Socket Arts are in a bit of a holding pattern when it comes to their planned renovation of the historic West Main Street factory.

Milone Opposing Budget Limitations

by Michael Torelli
Decisions made at the state level could negatively impact municipalities and their operating budgets, including Cheshire.

Marbridge Plans To Expand

by Michael Torelli
Representatives of Marbridge Retirement Center will seek approval from the Planning and Zoning Commission for a 12,000-square-foot expansion.


Opinion_75.jpgInvest In The Senior Center

In Cheshire, as in all municipalities, there is only so much money to go around.


Nicole Salamone_2.jpgCHS Field Hockey Avenges Bitter Loss In Class L Semi

by Greg Lederer
For the last year, Cheshire High School field hockey junior goalkeeper Alyssa Stevens has been haunted by a single play from the 2014 Class L semifinal against Glastonbury.


Andrews.JPGGuided By Friends, Andrews Achieves NYC Marathon Goal

by Michael Torelli
For Cheshire resident Tracy Andrews, completing the 2015 TCS New York City Marathon on Nov. 1 wasn’t a one-woman act.


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