The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, September 15, 2006

READY TO LEARN. Equipped with full backpacks, Carlisle middle-schoolers head for the first day of classes. Pictured are (left to right) Margaret Hoffman, Julie Margolies, Sydney Callahan (behind Julie), Valerie Cadell, Sarah Williams, Ben Parra (behind Sarah), Mariah Ganek and Leila Smith (backs to camera). (Photo by Lois d'Annunzio)
Since 1995 the Atlantic hurricane season has been classified as "above average" in activity. In 2005 over 25 named storms developed, 13 became hurricanes, with six of those slamming into the southern United States. While viewing the damage left by Katrina and Rita, it is comforting to know that few strong hurricanes reach Carlisle. As with this week's ...more

As classes get underway at the Carlisle Public School, teachers and administrators are not only busy with lesson plans and bus schedules, they are also busy reaching out to parents, some of whom remain troubled by management issues at the school. Parents have begun to express their concerns in new ways: groups of parents have held at least two informal gatherings ...more

Letters between the Carlisle Teachers' Association (CTA) and Superintendent Marie Doyle and the Carlisle School Committee (CSC) have recently been made public. The letters concern misgivings voiced by the CTA about administrative actions taken by Doyle. ...more

Storm clouds appeared to be gathering at a well-attended Conservation Commission meeting on September 7. The occasion was the first presentation of MCO Associates' current "concept plan" for the company's 41-unit Coventry Woods 40B development. ...more

Don't forget the primaries are on Tuesday, September 19. Town Hall will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. for voting.

2006 The Carlisle Mosquito