The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, October 6, 2006

Mutual aid from neighboring towns was needed as firefighters extinguished the Woodland Road house fire on October 3. (Photo by Lois d'Annunzio)

Over four acres of former farmland, containing a meadow and two dwellings that are steeped in Carlisle history, will be protected, thanks to Bob and Peggy Hilton. Almost 100 % of the property is located within the town's Historic District and helps to sustain its 18th-century heritage. ...more

MCAS results for 2006 released last week show Concord-Carlisle High School students continue to do well in the annual exams, scoring well above statewide averages. Ninety-four% of tenth-graders scored as either advanced or proficient on the English/Language Arts test, while 90% scored in the two top categories in math. ...more

Most of us would look upon foster parenting as an overwhelming challenge. The children placed in foster homes are always at risk from abuse, addiction, neglect, or a variety of other serious causes. They are called, Tim Hult says, "invisible kids," forgotten and buried under the layers of society's ills, and unable to speak for themselves. And there ...more

Sixteen of Carlisle's volunteer firefighters and crews from Acton and Billerica rushed to Woodland Road on Tuesday morning to put out a house fire that started as a short in the electric panel in the basement and spread through the wall of the structure. The residents, Myung Hee and Yang-Il Kim, were home, but unaware of the fire until workmen at the house ...more

2006 The Carlisle Mosquito