Friday, May 22, 1998

BIRTH Spencer Frederic Meyer

DPW decides on above-ground tanks by Bill Churchill

CCHS students' achievements acknowledged

by Tom Curtin

National Honor Society inducts new members

submitted by Tom Curtin

Offer goes out to new CCHS superintendent

by Darlene D'Amour

Editorial: Town Election, 1998

by Marilyn Harte

Forum: Let Microsoft Evolve the Operating System Any Way They Want

by Claude von Roesgen

Mariano, Sr. featured speaker on Memorial Day,

submitted by Norman Fredkin

Generally, Tall Pines is in compliance

by Seba Gaine

Birders brave mosquitoes to find the birds

by Ken Harte

O'Rourke sale closes into escrow

by Mary Hult

Rubenstein win remains intact

by Mary Hult
by David Ives

Conflicts on Malcolm Meadows, Berry Corner and Ice Pond continue

by Dave Ives
Letters
Garden Club is appreciative Kathy Balles
Ballantine thanks voters John Ballantine
Take objective view on tax impact Larry Bearfield
Can't we share? Rick & Jennine Blum
Book sale thank-you Boardman, Conover
Parker congratulates Rubenstein Charlie Parker
   
Police and Fire Blotter  

Carlisle students chosen for State House tech show

submitted by David Mayall

Once again, town counsel is called on the carpet

by Claudia Miller
Traveler's advisory: insuring a healthy trip by Lee Milliken

Carolyn's Cuisine: Potluck Specials

by Carolyn Shohet

Softball season in full swing

submitted by Rick Pearl

Going back down the road

by Phyllis Zinicola

Changes to historic house allowed by board of appeals

by Phyllis Zinicola
The Mosquito takes to the air