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Tracey Harrington/Cheshire Herald
The Cheshire Chamber of Commerce held its Annual Meeting and Awards Dinner last Thursday. The guest of honor was Richard Miller, who received the Chamber's Life Achievement Award. Miller, who was introduced at the event by John White, recently celebrated his 102 birthday.

Bulky Waste, CHS Partial Roof Replacement On Council Agenda For Tonight

March 20, 2014 by michael torelli

The Cheshire Town Council will be holding a special meeting tonight to discuss budget items and potential approval of a number of town projects.
A public hearing will be held at 6:30 p.m. in Council Chambers concerning the $294,000 appropriation for the bulky waste collection. Immediately following the hearing, the Council will meet in room 207-209 to make their decision.

Pool To Open For Summer

March 19, 2014 by John Rook

Swimmers take heart.
After some discussion about possibly keeping the Cheshire Community Pool closed during the summer months as construction on the new tension membrane covering commenced, officials this week decided to keep the facility open and, instead, schedule the bulk of the work for after Labor Day.

Council To Talk About Pool During Budget Workshop Tonight

March 18, 2014 by John Rook

The Cheshire Town Council will continue discussing the proposed $104 million budget proposal tonight, with much of the focus being on the Cheshire Community Pool.

Bluegrass Concert Coming To St. Peter's

March 17, 2014 by Special To The ...

Three churches—St. Peter's in Cheshire, St. Andrew's in Madison, and the Unitarian Society in Hamden—are joining forces to present the area premiere of a very special choral work featuring a full bluegrass band, plus selected works of Aaron Copland, Howard Hansen, Alice Parker, and Moses Hogan. The St. Peter's concert will take place on Sunday, April 6, at 4 p.m. at the church, 59 Main St.

CHS Boys' Basketball Drops Overtime Thriller In SCC Quarters

In Saturday's Southern Connecticut Conference quarterfinal, Cheshire High School boys' basketball (10th seed, 13-9) came up short 59-57 against Hillhouse (second, 18-3) at Branford.

CHS Skiing Makes History On Team Connecticut

For the first time under Head Coach Toby Brimberg, Cheshire High School skiing placed four racers on Team Connecticut this year.

Kehoe Picks Up His 100th Victory With CA Boys' Basketball

On Friday, Cheshire Academy boys' basketball (17-9) won the final regular season home game 84-55 over Berkshire School.

Skibitcky Jumps In The New England Championship, SCC Swim And Boys' Basketball Updates

Cheshire High School junior indoor track and field athlete Janaia Skibitcky competed in Friday's 28th New England Interscholastic Championship, placing 18th (15 feet, 11.75 inches) for long jump at Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center in Roxbury, Mass.

CHS Boy' Basketball Upsets Host Hand In SCC First Round, Ice Hockey Earns Tie On The Road

Cheshire High School boys' basketball (10th seed, 13-8) earned a 74-69 win over host Daniel Hand (seventh, 12-9) in Thursday's Southern Connecticut Conference First Round at Polson Middle School.

Fitzpatrick Leads Mercy Basketball To First SCC Title Defense, Receives MOP Honors Again

On Wednesday, Cheshire resident Maura Fitzpatrick played a key role in Mercy basketball (top seed, 22-1) defeating Daniel Hand (third, 20-3) 57-52 for their second consecutive Southern Connecticut Conference title.

CHS Ice Hockey Comes Up Short Against Trojans, Boys' B-Ball To Travel For SCC First Round On Thursday

In Wednesday's final regular season home game at Wesleyan University's Freeman Athletic Center, Cheshire High School ice hockey (7-10-1) dropped their fourth straight game 3-0 to Simsbury (11-8).

CHS Boys' Swim and Dive Wins Dual-Meet Finale, Boys' Basketball Falls To Host Jesuits

In Tuesday's dual-meet finale, Cheshire High School boys' swim and dive (8-1) defeated host Notre Dame-West Haven (9-2) 104-80 at Wilbur Cross.

From This Week's Cheshire Herald

Gancarz Calls On State To Ante Up
Town Engineer Lobbies For Higher Reimbursement

by Michael Torelli
A gut feeling has left one Town official hopeful that Cheshire will see an additional $1.4 million reimbursement as a result of a state-required mandate.

wiles.JPGPictures Capture A Lifetime Of Battling CF

by Michael Torelli
Cheshire resident Emily Wiles admits she is not afraid of being photographed, even though she is not a fan of how her smile looks in most pictures.

Program Offering Big Savings
Performance Contracting Initiative Garners Town More Than $870,000

by Michael Torelli
In today’s economy, it is not often that people can say they have come across extra funds to do a few more projects around the house.

camps.jpgCamps Moving From Bartlem To Mixville Park For The Summer

by Michael Torelli
Due to the fact that the Cheshire Community Pool will remain closed throughout the summer, the Cheshire Parks and Recreation Department has decided to host the majority of its summer programs at one location—Mixville Park.

SPORTS

Ryan Mostoller.jpgCHS Sinks ND-WH

by Greg Lederer
When facing host Notre Dame-West Haven on Tuesday, Cheshire High School boys’ swim and dive sought to end their dual-meet season on a high note. Led by junior Karl Bishop, the Rams (8-1) met their goal with a 104-80 win at Wilbur Cross in New Haven.

AROUND TOWN

Waverly 1.jpgThe Waverly: A Tenacious Town Landmark

by John Rook
Time moves to the sound of its own unending clock, clicking past each minute, hour, and day with only the future in mind.


 

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