The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, June 11, 2010


A Carlisle icon says goodbye to the town she has served for many years

For those of us who have lived in Carlisle for a long time, imagining the town without long-time resident and artist Phyllis Hughes is almost impossible. Since 1967, when she, her husband Chuck and their children moved to a home on Acton Street, this talented and creative woman has been involved in many aspects of Carlisle life. However, times are changing. ...more

Outstanding Carlisle students awarded scholarships for 2009-2010

The Concord Carlisle Scholarship Fund Trustees are pleased to announce that the following Carlisle students have been awarded scholarships for the 2010-2011 academic year. ...more

Biodiversity Corner Ebony Jewelwing

I’m stuck in a flycatcher rut. Last week’s topic was a feathered flycatcher, the Eastern Phoebe. This week I have a different kind of flycatcher, the Ebony Jewelwing. It feeds on all kinds of small insects including gnats and mosquitoes. ...more

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