The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, October 2, 2009

FIRE AWAY. Expert Peter Robinson (kneeling) helps Catherine Stevenson extinguish a fire at the Fire Department Open House last Saturday. (Photo by Dave Ives)

CCHS student arrested after threats

Threats written on the boys bathroom wall last week at Concord-Carlisle High School (CCHS) led to cancellation of all after-school activities for two days and a strong police presence at CCHS on Friday, complete with metal detectors and a bomb-sniffing dog. On Friday, police arrested Concord resident Gregory Collison, 18, a senior at the school. ...more

OMR chosen for CCHS Master Plan

A local architectural firm will be the CCHS Facilities Master Plan Committee’s partner in developing new directions for high school building improvements. On Wednesday, September 23, the committee members unanimously chose the Acton-based firm The Office of Michael Rosenfeld, or OMR, Inc., the same firm that designed the Beede Center and the recently completed ...more


Change is coming to town’s Advanced Life Support services

At the Board of Selectmen’s meeting on September 22, Carlisle Fire Chief Dave Flannery reported on future plans for Carlisle’s Advanced Life Support (ALS) services. As of September 2010, Emerson Hospital will no longer provide ALS services. Carlisle is one of 13 towns that presently benefit from this service. Local emergency medical technicians (EMTs) respond ...more

Middle school gourmet cooks up a book

Many of Maxwell Krims’ earliest memories feature food. When he was three years old, his father would ask him and his elder sister, Elise, what they wanted for breakfast. Elise would ask for a frozen waffle; Maxwell would request “an omelet with spicy sausage and very sharp, aged English cheddar.” For his fifth birthday, his mother asked what kind of cake ...more

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