The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, April 25, 2008

PATRIOTS DAY IN CARLISLE. The Minutemen are led by long-time Carlisle Minuteman Gabor Miskolczy, as they head down School Street on their way to the Estabrook Woods and the Old North Bridge in Concord.(Photo by Mike Quayle)

FinCom reviews need for CCHS override

On April 14 the Finance Committee (FinCom) and school representatives met to discuss strategies for presenting the proposed override for Concord-Carlisle High School (CCHS) at Annual Town Meeting on May 5. The need for a $251,000 high school override will have to be well justified to voters in a year in which the Carlisle School is cutting staff and Town Hall ...more

Berry Corner Lane feud nears resolution

An 11-year saga of neighborly disagreements, lawsuits and counter-suits on Berry Corner Lane may be reaching a long-overdue resolution. On April 14 the Planning Board welcomed John Boardman, Landtech Director of Engineering, to report on the status of the private dirt road. Under an agreement reached in June 2007, a group of residents and abutters would like ...more

Father Rurangirwa: A genocide survivor’s forgiveness

On April 15 Father Romain Rurangirwa gave a heart-wrenching account of the Rwandan genocide 14 years ago. Residents of Carlisle and Westford poured into the Colonel Ruettgers Meeting Room of St. Irene Church and took with them a story that marks the true meaning of valuing life. ...more

Father Romain Rurangirwa at St. Irene Church. (Photo by Anne Marie Brako)


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