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Friday, November 27, 2009

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The Concord-Carlisle High School Varsity Boys Soccer Team emerged Number 1 after a single goal against Palmer in the 69th minute of the game to capture the MIAA Division 2 title on Sunday. (See high school sports.) The game will be televised on CCTV Channel 10 today at 5:30 p.m., Saturday at 6 p.m. and Sunday at 10 a.m. (Photo by Carl Calabria)

Superintendent Doyle resigns

At the November 18 Carlisle School Committee meeting Superintendent Marie Doyle announced her resignation, effective June 30. Doyle said in her letter, “I have always encouraged staff to continue to learn and grow; it is now time to take my own advice. After having served six years as superintendent in Carlisle, it is time to pursue other opportunities that ...more

FinCom told 10% cuts would mean lay-offs, reduced services

Every town department has been asked to go through the exercise of identifying ways to reduce operating expenses by 10% for the next fiscal year and at the November 18 Finance Committee (FinCom) meeting heard how such deep cuts would affect the Public Works, Fire, Police and Safety Communications Departments. ...more


Threats cause Carlisle School lock down, evacuation

The Carlisle School received a bomb threat last Friday, two days after the discovery of a threatening letter which had resulted in a school lock-down. The school believes it has identified the student involved in last Wednesday’s threatening letter. Asked if the two threats were related, Carlisle School Superintendent Marie Doyle said, “We believe it is ...more

Carlisle School trims leadership: CSC votes to combine superintendent/principal roles

The crowd of 50 who attended the eventful Carlisle School Committee (CSC) meeting on November 18 witnessed the CSC reach agreement with the teachers union on a new three-year contract; heard Superintendent Marie Doyle announce her resignation, effective June 30 (see article, above); and, over objections raised by concerned citizens, saw the CSC vote to restructure ...more


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