The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, May 31, 2002

Features

Part of the Carlisle Memorial Day celebration each year is the keynote address usually given by a Carlisle veteran. This year was a little different. The speakers this year were Carlisle School's third-, fourth-, and fifth-grade students, whose essays answering the question, "What Memorial Day Means to Me," were chosen to be ...more

 

Name: American Dog Tick (Dermacentor variabilis) and Deer Tick (Ixodes scapularis, same as Ixodes dammini). The Deer Tick is also known as the Black-legged Tick. Both dog and deer tick could also be called "nasty little suckers." ...more

It is arguable whether tear-downs represent the natural evolution of neighborhoods and housing or the degrading of established character. In no place is this debate more evident than on Stearns Street. ...more

After World War II, I was in law school on the GI Bill, concentrating on my career aspirations and on the Boston Red Sox, who lost the World Series when Enos Slaughter scored the winning run for St. Louis with a daring dash from first. I despaired that the Red Sox would never win the World Series. ...more

The current scandal regarding the sexual abuse of minors by Roman Catholic priests has presented a challenge for the priests, the parish council, and the general membership at St. Irene. Although the scandal has not touched the local church directly, parishioners are concerned and angry over the Boston archdiocese's management of the issue. ...more

The Stearns Street story...a neighborhood in transition

by Susan Yanofsky

It is arguable whether tear-downs represent the natural evolution of neighborhoods and housing or the degrading of established character. In no place is this debate more evident than on Stearns Street. ...more


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