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St. Bridget School's gymnasium was packed with nations and landmarks this past week, as students showed off their projects for this year's Geography Fair. For more on the annual project, see an upcoming edition of The Herald.

Lynch To Compete For Miss Connecticut Outstanding Teen Title

June 16, 2015 by Special To The ...

Young women from around the state will vie for the Miss Connecticut and Miss Connecticut’s Outstanding Teen crowns and thousands in scholarship dollars at Mohegan Sun Cabaret Theater during four competition events on June 25 through 27. Among them will be Miss Cheshire's Outstanding Teen Tara Shaye Lynch.

Graduation/Promotion Ceremonies Being Held This Week

June 15, 2015 by John Rook

By the end of this week, another school year will have officially come and gone. Students will begin their summer vacation on Friday, June 19, but not before many of them participate in traditional promotion and graduation ceremonies, which begin Wednesday.
The following is the Cheshire School District schedule for promotion and graduation ceremonies. They are as follows:

Promotions

CHS Softball Drops Thriller To Southington In Class LL Final

June 13, 2015 by Greg Lederer

In Saturday's Class LL final, Cheshire High School softball (second seed, 23-3) came up short 5-4 against three-time defending champion Southington (top, 24-0) at DeLuca Field in Stratford. Cheshire scored three runs in the second inning and went up 4-0 in the fourth, but the Lady Knights tied the game 4-4 in the fifth and they scored the winning run in the bottom of the seventh.

St. Peter's To Show, Discuss Movie

June 13, 2015 by Special To The ...

The St. Peter’s Episcopal Church Ecojustice Council is sponsoring an entertaining and thought-provoking screening of a movie on Sunday, June 21, at 7:30 p.m. at the church, 59 Main St. The movie is called “Just Eat It,” and highlights how much food goes to waste in America. Filmmakers Jen and Grant dive into the issue of waste—from farm through retail, all the way to the back to their own fridge.

CHS Softball Beats Amity To Reach SCC Final, Girls' LAX Drops Title Game In OT Thriller, Boys' V-Ball To Host Championship On Friday

In Thursday's Southern Connecticut Conference final, Cheshire High School girls' lacrosse (second seed, 13-5) came up short 11-10 in overtime against top-seeded Daniel Hand (16-2) at West Haven.

Abramson Sparks CHS Softball In Shutout Of Guilford, Boys' Volleyball Advances To SCC Title Match

Led by junior co-captain/pitcher Abby Abramson, Cheshire High School softball (top seed, 21-0) posted an 11-0 shutout of Guilford (eighth, 11-10) in the Southern Connecticut Conference quarterfinals.

CHS Girls' Lacrosse Wins Big In SCC Semi, Track And Field Athletes Capture Conference Titles, Golf Teams Sweep Foes

On Tuesday, Cheshire High School girls' lacrosse (second seed, 13-4) earned their fourth consecutive win 14-4 over Branford (third, 14-3) in the Southern Connecticut Conference semifinals at CHS.

CHS Girls' Golf Beats SHA, Baseball Falls To Late Comeback In Regular Season Finale, Tennis Teams Split In SCC First Round

Led by a 48 from junior Karen Larkin on Monday, Cheshire High School girls' golf (5-13) defeated Sacred Heart Academy 207-223 at Southington Country Club.

Simione Is Up For CPTV Sports Honor, CHS Softball Has Top Seed For SCC Tournament

Cheshire High School softball junior center fielder Sam Simione has been nominated for CPTV Sports UChoose Student-Athlete of the Week.

CHS Boys' Lacrosse Beats Trojans On Senior Day

On Saturday, Cheshire High School boys' lacrosse (11-5) defeated Lyman Hall (6-9) 20-2 in the regular season finale.

CHS Softball Battles Back To Secure First Unbeaten Regular Season, Boys' Volleyball Sweeps Regular Season Finale

On Friday, Cheshire High School softball (20-0, Housatonic Division Champion at 8-0) came from behind to defeat East Haven (14-5) 4-3 to sweep the regular-season series and secure the school's first unbeaten regular season.

From This Week's Cheshire Herald

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PZC Puts Off Decision On Development As Residents Point To Possible Environmental Issues

by Michael Torelli
It may not be Cheshire alone that ultimately decides the fate of the controversial Clearview Farms Preserve development project.

rowland.JPGFor Rowland, Honor Flight Was An Experience To Remember

by John Rook
For Cheshire’s Ralph Rowland, the trip from Okinawa back to the coast of California took several weeks.

State’s Troubles Less Impactful Than Feared

by Michael Torelli
State budget deficits are expected to have a negative impact on many municipalities.

Congressional Reception with Elizabeth Esty.jpgProgram Introduces Riddle To Leaders From Around The World

by Greg Lederer
While growing up in Cheshire, Kelly Riddle never thought about wearing a sash and gown.

OPINION

Opinion_104.jpgHonor The Dead, Care For The Living

There is, as many point out each year, an important difference between Memorial Day and Veterans Day, with the former offering the nation a moment to remember those who have made the ultimate sacrifice in service to our country.

SPORTS

Abby Abramson_0.jpgCheshire Softball Makes History

by Greg Lederer
Headed into last Friday’s game against East Haven, Cheshire High School softball knew they were just one win away from securing the program’s first unbeaten regular season.

AROUND TOWN

South Carolina.jpgCouple’s Letter Raised Ire Of S.C. Governor

by John Rook
What gets printed each week in The Cheshire Herald doesn’t automatically stay in Cheshire.