The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, April 4, 2008

GO SLOW. A 19-year-old Littleton resident hit a guard rail on Westford Street and continued on into a tree which broke and landed on top of his van on Thursday, March 27. A police officer said, “The air bags really saved him from a long stay in the hospital.” The driver had dropped something in the car and was reaching for it when the accident happened. The accident is still under investigation. (Photo by Rik Pierce)

Carlisle’s music education reaches the high notes

The Carlisle School’s music department is a busy place this spring. Besides class instruction, there will be performances by the five student bands, the four choruses, invitational performances at the Massachusetts Music Educators Association (MMEA) conference, participation in the Massachusetts Instrumental and Choral Conductors Association (MICCA) festival, ...more

CCTV reviews year’s successes

On March 25, Charlie Paige, executive director, and Paul Dewey, president of Concord-Carlisle Community Television (CCTV), visited the Selectmen and spoke with enthusiasm of the organization that is bringing local information and entertainment into Carlisle living rooms. Over 300 television programs were produced on CCTV last year, and the two presenters came ...more

Rigby interviews for CCHS superintendent post

For two hours on Tuesday night, an audience of over 40 people listened as the Concord-Carlisle Regional School Committee (RSC) and the Concord School Committee interviewed Diana Rigby for the position of superintendent of the two school districts. Rigby has been assistant superintendent since 2004. ...more

CCHS boys winter sports round-up

Wrestling ...more

Carlisle senior Jason Mestancik (left) pins a Newton South wrestler at a Dual County League match. (Photo by Anderson Photo)
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