The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, April 8, 2005

News

Many people in town who knew Julien Tavener of Wildwood Drive were dismayed to read in the Boston Globe last week that he and his family had left the country, "setting off a criminal investigation into whether he absconded with hundreds of thousands of dollars from the sale of artwork left on consignment at his shop." ("Larceny Probe Eyes Missing ...more

Carlisle Middle School's Senior Band was awarded a Gold Medal for their performance at the Massachusetts Instrumental and Choral Conductors Association's (MICCA) large ensemble festival on Sunday, April 3, in Hopkinton, Massachusetts. The 72-member band received unanimous superior ratings from judges, Dr. Bruce Moss (Director of Bands, Bowling Green State ...more

The CCHS Concert Band, under the direction of Alfred W. Dentino, earned its thirteenth consecutive gold medal at the Massachusetts Instrumental and Choral Conductors Association's (MICCA) State Concert Festival held on April 1-3. The festival was held at five locations across the state: Bellingham, Greenfield, Foxborough, Hopkinton and Lexington, and over ...more

What is convenient and easy on the pocket for the consumer may not be best for reliable 911 response services, according to Mike Taplin, chief dispatcher for the Carlisle Police and manager of the public safety communications department at the Carlisle Police station. Last week, the Statewide Emergency Tele-communications Board (SETB) issued an advisory that ...more

Two choral groups and the orchestra from Concord-Carlisle High School participated in the Massachusetts Instrumental and Choral Conductors Association (MICCA) festival that was held April 1 to 3 across the state. The CCHS Orchestra, under the direction of Laura Burgess, played on Friday at Lexington High School and earned a bronze medal from the judges for ...more

Acton

The Beacon, March 31 ...more

Carlisle's Town Election was scheduled for June 1, but Massachusetts state law prohibits holding local elections during the month of June. The Board of Selectmen met on Saturday, April 2, and voted to change the date to Tuesday, May 31, the day after Memorial Day. ...more

The Concord-Carlisle Swim and Health Center, being constructed by C.C. Pools, Inc., a not-for-profit organization, on the Concord-Carlisle High School campus is expected to open at the end of this year, according to executive director Tim Atkins. Donors are still needed to fill the $2.5 million gap, and there are still a number of specific items individuals ...more

7:30 p.m. Town Hall

7:30 Minutes, agenda items ...more


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