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Friday, February 7, 2003

A NEIGHBORHOOD AFFAIR. The Spotts ­ Kiely skating rink at the end of Hartwell Road was constructed by David Spotts with assistance from his neighbors Bret Bero and Kyle Price. Shown above (front row, left to right) are: Martin Koehlert, Sarah Spotts and Kyle Price. In back are Carolyn Kiely and her son Connor Spotts. (Photo by Midge Eliassen)
John Hanson Mitchell will read from his new book, Following the Sun, about his 1500-mile bike ride from the port of Cadiz to just below the Arctic Circle, on February 13, from 6:45 to 8:30 p.m. in the Hollis Room at Gleason Public Library. He follows the European spring up through southern Spain, the wine and oyster country near Bordeaux, to Versailles ...more

Developer Michael Kenny presented a revised plan for his proposed Laurel Hollow development at 302 Lowell Street to the selectmen on January 28. Under the new plan, there will be a total of eight housing units (including two affordable units), and 16 bedrooms. All will be two-bedroom duplexes with two-car garages, occupying four separate structures. The old ...more


Responding to pressure from the Concord and Carlisle finance committees, acting high school superintendent Gene Thayer introduced a draft of possible budget cuts at the January 28 meeting of the regional school committee (RSC). Before displaying this list, he confessed his "silent anger and frustration" during the process of creating the list of ...more

Whether to expand the Carlisle Public School on the present school campus or on the town-owned Banta-Davis Land on Bedford Road is the question before the Carlisle School Building Committee. SMMA Architects of Cambridge presented plans for a new school building on the Banta-Davis Land at the committee's meeting on January 27. Preliminary conceptual drawings ...more

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