The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, October 3, 2003


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

There are many opportunities for after-school activities for students at the Concord Carlisle High School. For more information, see the CCHS 2003 - 2004 Activities Handbook, or contact the activity's faculty advisor: ...more

Here in Carlisle we don't spray for mosquitoes and as a community, we support the no-spray policy. We do complain about them, however, and we are concerned about their more dangerous characteristics as carriers of disease. Until recently, we have coped and hoped for the best. Sometimes, when the critters are especially voracious, some of us may be driven to ...more

Photographer and former 20-year Carlisle resident Tom Arnold first displayed his pictures at the Gleason Library in Carlisle in 1990. Now a Sudbury, and over two dozen exhibits later, he returns to town to show his current work in the refurbished library setting. ...more

WIQH, 88.3 FM, is back on the air. The student-run radio station at the Concord-Carlisle High School is on the air from 1:15 to 9:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, and from 10 a.m until 10 p.m. on Saturdays. ...more

Name: Hemidactylium scutatum or Four-toed Salamander. The genus name refers to the deficiency in the toe department. The species name from the Latin scutatus, meaning armed with a shield, refers to an alleged armor-like look of the body. It is a member of the plethidontid family of salamanders which are woodland-dwelling and lungless. ...more

October is fire safety month, and Chief David Flannery has sent along these suggestions: ...more

2003 The Carlisle Mosquito