The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, March 13, 2009

WINTER WHITE. Corn stubble stands in lines as a new layer of snow falls recently at Great Brook Farm State Park. For an early sign of spring, see photo on page 16. (Photo by Mollie McPhee Ho)

CCHS eyes future if state building aid delayed again

Concord Carlisle School Superintendent Diana Rigby spoke about high school building plans at her monthly Friday tea on March 6, and Jerry Wedge of the Regional School Committee (RSC) addressed the Selectmen Tuesday on the same subject. After multiple submissions to the Massachusetts School Building Association (MSBA), hope is dwindling that Concord-Carlisle ...more


Carlisle School consultant to study merger plan

The Carlisle School Committee (CSC) announced it is requesting bids for a consultant to assist in the investigation of the proposed administrative consolidation with the Concord and Concord-Carlisle Public School system. The CSC is looking at forming a Superintendency Union with Concord in order to share administrative personnel with both the Concord and the ...more


$800,000 sought to fix Gleason

At the March 3 meeting of the Community Preservation Committee (CPC) the Trustees of the Gleason Public Library requested Community Preservation Act (CPA) funds to repair water damage in the historic 113-year-old library building. Last year, at the request of the library trustees, the CPC recommended and Town Meeting ...more

Rik Pierce: turning bends in the road into a life of opportunities

Rik Pierce c 1970

Carlisle’s Rik Pierce is currently enjoying a 20-year retirement. Retirement means a 20-year association with the Concord Players, acting in most of their productions since 1989: Our Town, Sylvia, The Foreigner, and more, and ...more


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