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Friday, October 9, 2009

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FULL HOUSE. Second-grader Lisle Allen, kindergartner Henry Allen and mom Elizabeth Allen dig into heaping plates of food at the Spaghetti Supper served in the Corey Dining Room by the sixth grade on Tuesday, October 6. See more Spaghetti Supper photos at www.carlislemosquito.org. (Photo by Jane Hamilton)

Psychologist shares tips for handling high school stress

“This has been a rough start to a new year,” observed Kathryn Yamartino, EdM, PsyD, in her talk entitled “Stress and Stressful Times – Supportive Tips for Parents” at the Concord-Carlisle High School. The audience of close to 30 high school parents, about half of whom had students new to the school this year, responded with a spontaneous burst of ...more

State aid possible for limited CCHS building project

On September 30, the Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA) announced that Concord-Carlisle High School (CCHS) is invited to enter the Feasibility Study Phase for building projects eligible for potential funding. However, according to Regional School Committee (RSC) and CCHS Master Plan Committee member Jerry Wedge, the feasibility study is for repairs ...more

 

Town Meeting over easy: 17 minutes for two articles

The Special Town Meeting on October 5 provided an opportunity to meet the new Town Administrator Tim Goddard and new Moderator Wayne Davis, get updated on the Carlisle School Building project and to vote on two pieces of obscure business that will have the effect of reducing taxes in FY10. Apparently that was enough to bring townspeople out on a cool fall evening, ...more

Ferns plans indoor seating

BOH writes letter to DEP supporting plan

Turning Ferns Country Store into a gathering place where townspeople can sit down for a bite to eat even when cold weather arrives is a dream for proprietor Larry Bearfield. The expansion of the store which began this summer includes plans for a 24-chair seating area. But while the Zoning Board of Appeals and Historical Commission have cleared the project, ...more


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