The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, August 24, 2007

MOOOVE OVER. The Holsteins look on during a barn tour given by Akilah Campbell, the new Interpretive Ranger at Great Brook Farm State Park. For an interview with Campbell, see page 9. (Photo by Mollie McPhee Ho)
Carlisle Middle School Principal Paul Graseck has submitted his resignation. In a memo to the school community and staff dated August 2, Superintendent Marie Doyle announced both the resignation and that retired educator James Halliday has been hired as an interim principal. ...more

Two Carlisle police officers started their regular night patrol of the library at 1:45 a.m. on the morning of August 4 but they ended up intervening in a suicide attempt, making an unexpected trip to the hospital, and saving a Somerville resident's life ...more

The Mosquito is on summer schedule. We will publish on August 31 and September 14.
Weekly thereafter
A 911 call from a 19-year-old Rutland Street resident at noon on July 30 led area police on a fast-moving trail of surprises and unexpected turns that ended in the arrest of 35-year-old Jason Riley of Lowell on August 4. ...more

"If we stay focused and meet the deadlines over the next weeks, it's going to be a terrific project," said Chair Deb Belanger at the Pedestrian and Bike Safety Advisory Committee meeting on August 20. The town signed a contract in July with Allied Paving Corporation to create paved pathways along East Street, Lowell Street, Concord Street and to ...more

On August 14, Jeff Brem, chair of the Board of Health (BOH), and Mary Kate Martelon, summer intern, presented the Selectmen with a plan for organizing Neighborhood Networks throughout Carlisle. The goal is to have a point person for each neighborhood who would be the contact in case of a medical or other emergency. That person would also assume responsibility ...more

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