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Friday, October 3, 2003

Year after year, the Carlisle School kitchen staff are indispensible to the success of the Sixth-Grade Spaghetti Supper. Shown above with the new 40-gallon cooking vat are (left to right) Zelia Freita, Joyce Lagadinos and Barbara Culkins. (Photo by Ellen Huber)
If you haven't had a knock on your door or received a phone call from that sixth grader down the block selling tickets for the Sixth-Grade Spaghetti Supper on October 7, don't worry. Tickets are on sale at Daisy's Market (checks only), at the transfer station on October 4, and at the door of the Corey Building on Tuesday evening, October 7, from 5 to 8 p.m. ...more

It was a Carlisle resident, Lisa Wiesner, who saw the plane crash in the Estabrook Woods and made the 911 call that got an emergency response under way. Last Saturday, September 27, the pilot, an Oswego, N.Y. physician, Dr. Ravindra Shah, and his wife, Dr. Manjula Shaw, were fatally injured when their Cessna 182T Sky Lane went down without warning on its approach ...more

The town should do more to raise income from sources besides the property tax. This was the message the Board of Selectmen heard at their September 23 meeting, as the Carlisle Revenue Enhancement Committee (REC) delivered a report on "potential ways to enhance revenue." Finance Committee Chair and REC Co-chair Lisa Jensen-Fellows outlined the key ...more

The new CORI requirements are spawning frustration for Massachusetts public and private schools, and local volunteer organizations such as Girl Scouts. It has led long-time volunteers, such as Kathy Hassey, Chair of the Carlisle Youth Commission, to question whether they want to continue volunteering. Hassey was distressed when she first learned how the CORI ...more


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