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Friday, March 23, 2007

The thermometer hit 70°F as (left to right) Lindsey and Meagan Stutz, Sydney Callahan, Sofia Palmer and Gunther Stutz get enthusiastic responses from East Street traffic on March 14. (Photo by Ellen Huber) Just a few days later the view in a traffic mirror on River Road shows winter had returned with a foot of snow. (Photo Joan Rolfe)
High operating costs for the wastewater treatment plant that went online last spring account for $17,000 of the increase in the Carlisle School's budget request for next year. ...more

Bubble-Butt is a Green sea turtle. He arrived at the Turtle Hospital in Marathon, Florida, in March 1989, with a deformed shell caused by a boat hit. The blunt force trauma forced the air from his lungs deeper throughout the rest of the body cavity, making him unable to dive for food. In order to give him a more comfortable life at the hospital, a 2 1/2-pound ...more

Yet another twist occurred during the Coventry Woods 40B hearing before the Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) last Wednesday night. Applicant Mark O'Hagan officially withdrew his 41-unit project plan and submitted a modified plan to the ZBA that contained 48 units and reintroduced the age-restricted criterion whereby at least one resident must be 55 years or older. ...more

The five volunteer members of the Board of Selectmen are Carlisle's town CEOs. They are elected officials, serving for three-year terms. Selectman vice-chair Tim Hult has announced that he will run for re-election this May. Selectman clerk Bill Tice and John Williams are serving terms that will expire in 2008, and chair Doug Stevenson and Alan Carpenito are ...more

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