Week in Review: Gun Control, Restaurant Arrest and Virtual Classes

You get busy and we know that. Here’s a look back at five of the top stories this week in Cheshire, published here on Patch.

Things piled up, you were busy with work and family and you didn’t have an opportunity to check in with Patch during the week to see what was going on. No problem, we are here to help.

The following five stories grabbed headlines and sparked interest throughout the community, so be sure to take a look back and click on the links to read the full stories.

Police: 'We Have a Responsibility to Enforce Legislation' on Gun Control: As gun control talks continue to dominate headlines, police are remaining silent on their stance. One thing is for sure though - whatever comes to pass, they will be responsible for enforcing. For more on what police expect, read the complete article.

Owner of Popular Restaurant Facing Charges for October Violations: Machivaelli's owner Spendi Bomova is facing charges stemming from an October inspection. What did he do and why did the inspection lead to charges? Well, you'll have to click the link and read further to find out.

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'Virtual Classes' Could Soon Be Part of Cheshire Curriculum: Times are changing and with it, the Cheshire Board of Education is looking to help students better prepare for the future. The new program policy introduced this week will allow students to now take classes online and could soon lead to new parts of the curriculum. For more on what's coming, check out the full article by clicking the link provided.

Cheshire Names Walter Gancarz to Position of Operations Manager: One week after the Town of Cheshire announced a new Director of Public Works, the reorganization continued as the town introduced Walter Gancarz to a new position. What will his role be? Read the complete story to find out.

Bartolomeo to Serve on Gun Violence and Child Safety Task Force: Cheshire's newest legislator is already finding herself in some heavy business as State Sen. Dante Bartolomeo looks to make a difference on the bipartisan committee. The committee will look to improve safety after 20 children and six adults were killed in a tragic shooting at the Sandy Hook School in Newtown. Read the complete story for more.

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