The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, July 1, 2005

Concord Street neighbors took first prize for their Carlisle Birthday Cake float. (Photo by Marjorie Johnson)

The skies over Carlisle exploded with color as fireworks closed the town's bicentennial festivities. (photo Mike Quayle)
A steamy Old Home Day weekend ended in spectacular fashion with a fireworks display that did more than justice to the celebration of Carlisle's bicentennial. Sunday evening's closing celebration began on Spalding Field with an ice cream social and a "twilight music cavalcade." This all-Carlisle musical offering featured performances by Dot and Doc, ...more

We are the class of 2005. We live in Carlisle because our parents made a conscious decision about our education. We are in an environment where we have excellent teachers who teach us well and it's our job to learn. ...more

Carlisle graduates the Class of 2005

Thank you for the memories

by Miranda Morrison


After much discussion the Concord-Carlisle High School Feasibility Study Committee agreed that construction of a new school building was their first choice to solve the problems of overcrowding, inadequate spaces for academic, athletic and performing arts programs, and an aging building which does not meet present codes and has increasing maintenance needs. ...more

On June 28, David Freedman of the Affordable Housing Plan Task Force appeared before the Selectmen and received their approval of the ten-year Affordable Housing Plan (Mosquito, June 24). The plan identifies specific sites for development to add at least three-quarters of one percent (0.75%) of Carlisle's required affordable housing stock, or 12 units, per ...more

2005 The Carlisle Mosquito