The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, September 10, 2010

State and school officials toured Concord-Carlisle Regional High School (CCHS) on August 27 as part of discussions regarding state aid for a renovation project. Attendees included (left to right): Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA) Executive Director Katherine Craven, State Treasurer and MSBA Chair Tim Cahill, CCHS Building Committee member Jerry Wedge, Regional School Committee Chair Louis Salemy, State Representative Cory Atkins, Superintendent Diana Rigby and (on right) CCHS Principal Peter Badalament. (Photo by Dave Ives)

Gigi de Manio’s star is rising

In the days following Chelsea Clinton’s late-July nuptials, millions of curious viewers pored over the wedding photos that filled newspapers, magazines and web sites. But friends of Genevieve (“Gigi”) de Manio looked first at the credits below the photos, where their suspicions were confirmed. Although the Carlisle photographer had kept it a closely guarded ...more

MSBA Chairman gives verbal green light to major CCHS renovation

As a result of a site visit by state officials on August 27, the Concord-Carlisle Regional High School (CCHS) Building Committee anticipates greater state support for the proposed high school improvement project. The high school renovation is expected to move from the Massachusetts School Building Authority’s (MSBA) repair list to their renovation list after ...more


Resident and police team up to nab suspect

Last Friday morning, an alert Westford Street resident teamed up with Lieut. Leo Crowe and Officer Richard Tornquist to demonstrate that while Carlisle’s finest are up there with the best of them when it comes to getting their man, they are even more efficient when residents provide fast and accurate information to help their search. The Friday morning was ...more

Carlisle Conservation Foundation: 50 years old and still going strong

This year the Carlisle Conservation Foundation (CCF) celebrates 50 years of land conservation. An all-volunteer organization, the CCF is dedicated to maintaining the rural character of Carlisle and to preserving its natural beauty and wildlife habitats. ...more

State Primary Election

Tuesday, September 14

Polls at Town Hall open 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.


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