The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, April 30, 1999

Features

There is a place I go almost weekly to write. It is a sloping park planted in a congested city neighborhood. Swings and sprawling trees lean out of its ribs; its belly holds a softball field and an often-quiet basketball court. ...more

In the February 26 issue of the Mosquito, Darlene D'Amour wrote about Carlisle's day care centers. This week she focuses on preschools in town. ...more

The planet Mars will be ideally positioned for viewing in the evening sky for the next two months. Because it is more distant from the Sun than Earth, its year is longer, which means roughly every 26 months Earth catches up with and passes Mars. When the two planets are in line with the Sun and on the same side, Mars is said to be in opposition. The "closest ...more


1999 The Carlisle Mosquito