The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, August 15, 2008


Sports medicine expert trains his eye on the Olympics

While the eyes of the world are on Beijing this month, one pair of Carlisle eyes is watching the Olympic Summer Games with more than just entertainment in mind. ...more

Exploring the Towle Conservation Land

Among Carlisle’s many conservation properties, the Towle Land may be the most visible. Situated about half a mile west of the town center on Route 225, its rolling field provides a scenic vista for the hundreds of motorists who pass by every day. The Towle Field is one of the few large open fields in town, allowing space for cross-country skiing, open skies ...more

Looking back: Carlisle students assess their freshman year at college

The first year of college is often the toughest year facing newly graduated high school students. To find out how Concord-Carlisle High School (CCHS) graduates fared in their freshman year, the Mosquito interviewed three students from Carlisle whose freshman year is now behind them. Bill Mills of Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, Megan Herman of Hobart ...more

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