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Friday, November 6, 2009

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THINKING OF SPRING. The Carlisle Garden Club recently planted daffodil bulbs by the new Veterans Memorial on the Town Common. From left to right are: Ginny Lamere, Judy Lane and Jane Anderson. (Photo by Cecile Sandwen)

Historic Clark Farm to be sold

The landmark Clark Farm greets Carlisle visitors on their way to the Town Center from Concord Street. With its wide vistas, enormous red barn with white silo and historic house built in 1742, it offers an iconic first impression of Carlisle that reflects the town’s dairy farming history. Since 2003, the land has been protected under a conservation restriction ...more

Legendary 1955 play, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, starting November 6 at 51 Walden Street, Concord.

Carlisle residents play an integral role in the success of the production. Marilyn Cugini is hard at work on marketing and publicity for the show, Allen Bantly is the set builder and Rik Pierce, the Concord Players’ webmaster, is the production photographer. The cast also includes Carlisleans Liam McNeill as Brick, Tom Veirs as Dr. Baugh and Alden and Reilly ...more

Minuteman High hopes to spruce up campus: Seeks new building feasibility study

Carlisle’s membership in the Minuteman Regional School District (MMRSD) allows students a technical high school alternative to Concord-Carlisle High School (CCHS). At an information meeting on October 23, Dr. Ed Bouquillon, Superintendent, announced the MMRSD will be asking each of the 16 member towns to approve funding at their spring Town Meetings for a ...more

Option for town’s Advanced Life Support services takes shape

Fire Chief Dave Flannery presented more detail on plans for Carlisle’s Advanced Life Support (ALS) services at the Board of Selectmen’s meeting on October 27. As of September 2010, Emerson Hospital will no longer provide ALS services. ...more

The Concord Players’ production of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof includes young Carlisle stars Liam McNeill, as Brick, as well as Alden and Reilly Harring, as Dixie and Trixie respectively, The play opens tonight, Friday.
(Photo by Rik Pierce)

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