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Friday, October 8, 2010

 

Reed Lockwood – fourteen States and six pairs of running shoes later

On April 11, Reed Lockwood of Lowell Street started the Appalachian Trail as the 615th person to do so this year. On August 15 he finished as the 185th. The trail connecting Georgia and Maine crosses 14 states (Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia, Tennessee, North Carolina ...more

Dining Out Taza Grill in Westford

TAZA is the newest entry in the Mediterranean dining experience that seems to be hip again. Located in a strip mall in Westford, its modest façade covers up a modern dining area with oxblood walls, a small elegant bar area, light Italian floor tiles and wooden tables and chairs. The scene, complete with white napery, soft music, shining stem glassware and ...more

Tony Wagner speaks on “Overcoming the global achievement gap”

Tony Wagner spoke at Concord-Carlisle High School Tuesday night about the skills children need to close the student achievement gap and succeed in the world economy. He strongly recommended teaching critical thinking and problem-solving skills, promoting curiosity, imagination and collaboration. Students need to follow their passions. “Innovation comes from ...more

Biodiversity Corner Burning Bush – consuming the woods

Right now Burning Bush is starting to live up to its name – the top-most leaves start to burn with a red foliage fire until the whole bush is consumed and glowing. It can be a very nice sight in the fall, unless of course you value native species, and the diversity and beauty of healthy New England woods. ...more

Carlisle middle-schoolers enjoy the first Friday Night Live of the year

The first Friday Night Live was held last Friday night, October 1, from 7 to 9:30 p.m. in the Corey Gym. Friday Night Live is held monthly for Carlisle students in sixth through eighth grade. ...more


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