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Friday, November 9, 2007

FLEET FEET. CCHS junior Ben Verrill (number 11) sprints to capture the ball before his Marblehead opponent during Monday's playoff soccer game. The Patriots won the game 2-0 and advanced to the quarter-finals on Wednesday. (Photo by Marcy Guttadauro)

Before its joint meeting with other town boards on October 30 to discuss pathways (see article, page 1), the Historical Commission continued consideration of an application by Sprint/Nextel to site a wireless facility at the First Religious Society at 27 School Street. Joseph Pereira of Terra Search, representing the applicant, presented modifications to the ...more

In a model of efficiency, on October 30 in the Town Hall's Clark Room, the Historical Commission held a joint public hearing with the Bicycle/Pedestrian Safety Advisory Committee (Pathways Committee), the Board of Selectmen and Tree Warden Gary Davis to address specific details of the Pathways Committee's plans for Concord and Lowell Streets. Before the ...more

The Carlisle Personnel Board met with a full house this past Tuesday evening, October 30, with a substantial agenda. The board voted to recommend a 3% FY09 cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) for town employees, approved a starting salary level of $56,961 for the new post of full-time Recreation Director and proposed several clarifications to the town's Personnel ...more
When the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, Kathleen (Kathy) Coyle of Maple Street was a freshman at Goucher College in Baltimore, Maryland. At the end of her sophomore year at Goucher, Coyle was forced to drop out because her father's business collapsed. At the time, he was an international lawyer, and wartime conditions brought most of his ...more


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