Friday, January 28, 2005

Big snow, big story this week. (Photo by Ellen Huber)
The good news is that Carlisle residents will see their tax bills cut in half. The bad news is that they will receive twice as many of them. With a unanimous vote at their January 25 meeting, the Board of Selectmen chose to convert to quarterly tax billing to relieve the periodic cash flow shortages that beset the town. ...more

Early last Saturday morning, as residents slept and the big snow was still on its way, a virtual parade of police cruisers plus one state cruiser joined in a pursuit that ended in an arrest in Carlisle. ...more

The CCHS Feasibility Study Committee has chosen SMMA (Symmes, Maini and McKee Associates), as the firm to conduct the study of renovating or rebuilding Concord-Carlisle High School. The study will be divided into four phases. The first phase is to review the existing conditions. The second is to come up with conceptual design alternatives. The third phase ...more

Artwork sets stage for Chinese cultural celebration

Chiao Bin Huang performed a ribbon dance as part of the Silk Road Project with Yo Yo Ma at the Peabody Essex Museum in January 2004.

This is the first in a series of three articles about the Chinese tradition in Carlisle today. Events sponsored by the Carlisle Cultural Council will celebrate the Chinese New Year in February. ...more

2005 The Carlisle Mosquito