The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, October 1, 1999

Features

While Carlisle grapples with sidewalks, conservation clusters, cell towers and other indications of 1990s growth, the town's origins as a tiny farm community over a century ago seem ever more distant. To ensure that the town's past will not be buried along with its agricultural land, the Carlisle Oral History Project has taped interviews with long-time residents ...more

"A man is rich in proportion to the number of things he can afford to let alone." H.D. Thoreau ...more

Morse Gallery ...more

Where in the world could you find Smokey Bear riding in a hay wagon? Why, at Great Brook Farm, of course! On Saturday, September 18, Smokey, along with hundreds of his friends took a ride around the harvested corn fields of the park. Celebrating 25 years of state park ownership, Great Brook Farm State Park had a party! ...more

978-474-8788 ...more

Malcolm Meadows, the Senior Residential Open Space Community built by Northwest Structures in 1996-97 on the former Malcolm Land on Stearns Street, appears to be a smashing success, according to the residents interviewed by the Mosquito this past week. With Malcolm Meadows about to turn two years old in October, it seemed an appropriate time to talk to some ...more


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