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A pumpkin peeks through the snow last October. (Photo by Rik Pierce)
How many seasons do we have in New England? It has been 24 weeks since snow fell on the pumpkin (photo from the October 25 issue). That was half a year ago. What was he smiling about? Few in Carlisle smiled as they looked out at the slushy mix that fell this week. Today is February 70, 2003. It does not feel like April. ...more

On a gray day crocuses squint at the snow. (Photo by Ellen Huber)
Karen Morse of Rutland Street was honored at the Carlisle Senior Band Concert on Wednesday, April 2 as the recipient of the prestigious Mass-achusetts Music Educators Association (MMEA) Advocate Award. Carlisle School Music Director Tom O'Halloran presented the award with the following words: ...more

Register to vote

Monday, April 14, 2003 is the last day to register for Town Meeting on May 5 and 6, 2003, and to vote in the local election on Tuesday, May 13, 2003. If you are already registered in Carlisle, there is no need to register. You must be 18 years old, a resident of Carlisle and a United States citizen to be able to register to vote. The Town Clerk's Office, at the Town Hall, will be open on Monday, April 14, 2003, until 8 p.m. to accommodate those who cannot register during regular office hours.

What would you think if you gave a party, and the guest of honor didn't show? The Board of Appeals (BOA) assembed in the Clark Room at Town Hall on Thursday night, April 4, and lots of town folk came out, but the honored guest, Nextel Communications, was a no-show. ...more

Candidate Forum sponsored by LWV on Sunday

The Concord Carlisle League of Women Voters is sponsoring a Candidates Forum on Sunday April 13, in the Clark Room at Carlisle Town Hall from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. The Forum is an opportunity for candidates running for local office in Carlisle to introduce themselves and answer questions from the audience. So far there are three contested races: Board of Selectmen, Library Trustee and Planning Board. Come to the Forum and meet the candidates. The election is May 13, 2003.

The search for the person who left a death threat on the Town Assessor's telephone at Town Hall last January 31 has come to a dead end, according to Police Lieutenant John Sullivan who has been in charge of the investigation. ...more

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