The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, September 2, 2005

THE FINAL DAYS OF SUMMER. Concord Street neighbors whose property abut Buttrick Pond gather for a quiet paddle on a lovely summer evening. (Photo by Lois d'Annunzio)
In an effort to open communication channels, the Concord-Carlisle Regional School Committee (RSC) presented what they see as school building needs to the Selectmen and Finance Committees of both Concord and Carlisle on August 10 at the Concord Town House. ...more

If Carlisle residents have stories they would like to share of family or friends in the Gulf Coast area hit by Katrina, the Mosquito would like to hear from you. Send an e-mail to the attention of Marilyn Harte at

In response to the Carlisle Board of Health's article on Lyme disease in the August 12 issue of the newspaper, the Mosquito has interviewed several town residents who have suffered from this disease that is spread by deer ticks, usually from May through early autumn. We spoke with Carlisle residents Larry Bearfield, Roy Watson, Maya Liteplo and Betty McCullough. ...more

Lyme disease:
What it is, what to do about it

The Carlisle Board of Health will sponsor an informational session on Lyme disease on:

Wednesday, September 21
7:30 p.m. at Town Hall

Medical professionals including a physician, veterinarian and a public health educator from the Mass. Department of Public Health will provide an overview on Lyme. A number of residents will also tell their stories. The incidence of suspect Lyme disease has increased recently in Carlisle. The Board of Health is providing this opportunity for residents to learn more about the disease, precautions to take, and how to access treatment.


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