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Friday, December 2, 2005


Borghild Pedersen Dyson, 87, came home to Carlisle on Old Home Day in June from her home in Rhode Island. She and her family lived at 698 Concord Street (now Heald House, home of the Carlisle Historical Society) from 1924 to 1944, when Carlisle was still a farm community. ...more

These Are My Rivers (new and selected poems 1955 — 1993), by Lawrence Ferlinghetti ...more

On November 16, I was walking the Greenough trail that starts from Maple Street, south of the Maple Street bridge. As I entered the small Greenough fields from the woods, I looked north toward the larger field owned by the Nosowitz family, and saw a large white object in the horse paddock. My first thought was that it was a white plastic grocery bag, like ...more

Concord-Carlisle High School sports professionals are proud of a program that involves many students, giving them opportunities for competition, exercise and team camaraderie. Many CCHS teams post winning records as a result of policies favoring the talented with play time and devoting field use to intensive practice on all levels so that freshman and JV athletes ...more

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