The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, May 12, 2006

DAMP BUT UNDAUNTED. Standing outside the polls on Election Day are (left to right) Molly Koski, candidate Chad Koski, Phil Herman, Mathew and Lisa Koski. (Photo by Midge Eliassen)
Three years ago, Bill and Jane Hamilton of Maple Street decided to adopt a child. This decision involves a daunting series of questions: do we want the baby to look like us? What gender? How old? Are we prepared to adopt a "normal," healthy child or one with special needs? From where? What kind of resources will we need? How long does it take? Tied ...more

Despite heavy rain showers during the afternoon and evening on Tuesday, 966 citizens made their way to Town Hall to cast their ballots in the Town Election. According to election officials, 12 people were waiting in line when the polls opened at 7 a.m. Throughout the day, a steady stream of voters, "one a minute" is how Assistant Town Clerk Irene ...more

Carlisle Garden Club
plant sale Saturday on
the Town Common
"The position of superintendent is unbelievably exposed," said Carlisle School Committee (CSC) Chair David Dockterman on May 4 as he presented the CSC's generally favorable annual evaluation of Marie Doyle, who is completing her second year as superintendent at the Carlisle School. The CSC set three goals for the future: to clarify administrative ...more

Filling the Robbins Library to capacity, parents and community members, including Carlisle Chief of Police John Sullivan, gathered on April 27 to hear Dr. Henry Abraham speak. He is a co-recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, and the author of What's a Parent to Do? Straight Talk on Drugs and Alcohol. He is also a member of the psychiatry department of ...more

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