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Friday, November 21, 2008

STEP BY STEP. CCHS Freshmen Football players practiced on Monday on the new turf field in preparation for their last game of the season against Bedford on Wednesday. (Photo by Mollie McPhee Ho)

Selectmen find new revenue ideas from old report

As Carlisle prepares for a second year of no-growth budgets, the Board of Selectmen (BOS) is welcoming any opportunity to increase revenues and avoid some anticipated cuts in personnel. On November 13 the Selectmen took another look at a document generated in 2003 by the Revenue Enhancement Committee, which consisted of Larry Bearfield, Bret Bero, Frank Golis, ...more

Carlisle volunteer guides the Union Hall Coffeehouse

You never know what Dian Francesca Cuccinello will come up with next, but you can be sure that she will never lack for a project, a career, or a way to make something happen. “I’ve always been in show business,” she says, and in a broad sense, this statement applies to every stage of her life and career. Thanks to graduation from Boston University’s ...more

At the heart of the Union Hall Coffeehouse are Bill and Dian Francesca Cuccinello. Bill is the sound and light “techie” and plays guitar in the Scrumdaddy band, while Dian does everything else. (Courtesy photo)


Carlisle School building project cost estimates rise

The Carlisle School Building Committee (SBC) was surprised on November 13 when Project Manager Sean Fennell gave a preliminary estimate of $28 million for the proposed school renovation project, roughly $8 million higher than expected. The committee is working with Fennell to check the numbers and firm up costs. Uncertainties in the project scope and state ...more

“Responding to Climate Change”

“Climate change is truly becoming the foremost issue, second only to the economy. None of us can be complacent,” observed State Senator Pamela Resor at a Panel on Climate Change held in Concord on November 12. Sponsored by the Concord-Carlisle League of Women Voters, the event featured four panelists: Resor, who co-chaired the Committee on Global Warming/Climate ...more



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