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Friday, June 17, 2005


The answer is Event 5 of RiverFest 2005. ...more

It is not an easy task to explain the phenomenon of Chuck Brown, the beloved music and drama teacher who says goodbye to Concord-Carlisle High School this year to take on an administrative position in Natick next fall. One can start by pointing out that there was barely a dry eye in the auditorium last month (especially among the students themselves) ...more

Bill Tate

Fifth-grade teacher

A thumbnail sketch of his career: "In 1969 I was one of 17 new teachers at the Carlisle School." That year there were only 32 teachers, Bill explained, so it was a very new teaching staff. He grew up in Marlborough where he still lives, graduated from Salem State College, and has stayed at the Carlisle School teaching fifth grade his entire ...more

The hard-working fathers at the transfer station on the steamy day last Saturday were looking forward to taking a day off on Father's Day. Perhaps the weather had something to do with it, but many, like Art Levine of Litchfield Drive and Rich Puffer of Rutland Street, were looking forward to going to the beach. Peter Traynor, also of Rutland, just wanted to ...more

Kathy Henze of 311 Fiske Street writes: ...more

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