The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, March 26, 2004

News

The Special Town Meeting on Tuesday approved the motion to purchase the Benfield Parcel A, with only nine votes making the difference in achieving the required two-thirds majority. The motion carried 395 to 185. ...more

Carlisle Police Lieutenant John Sullivan, who has something of a reputation in the Carlisle Police Department for successful stakeouts, recently solved what he calls "two from the desk." Agatha Christie's renowned Hercule Poirot himself would have been impressed by the way Sullivan used "his little gray cells" to track down the source of ...more

Concern about what is rapidly becoming an "untenable" situation at the little cottage on the town's Greenough Land led Carlisle Conservation Commission (ConsCom) chair Tricia Smith to convene a special March 18 meeting devoted to that problem alone. At the Commission's request, the Board of Selectmen are also including an Article in the Warrant for ...more

This past year the Carlisle Public School has added a full time technology teacher, Cyd McCann, and a mobile iBook lab donated by the Carlisle Education Foundation (CEF) and the Carlisle School Association (CSA). ...more

Baseball and softball schedules. The Carlisle Middle School spring baseball and softball games will start on April 19 and end June 3. Each team will have a 12-game schedule and practices four days a week. ...more

• Civility Spree Day. The school plans to structure a Civility Spree Activity for one hour on a day in May. The school will be divided into sections of about 10 adults and 80 children per unit. This will provide an opportunity for everyone to make new friendships, to learn about others and "celebrate civility in our school community." ...more


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