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Friday, December 3, 2010


First indoor Farmers Market is a rousing success: All photos by Ellen Huber

Microburst hits Carlisle on October 1, narrowly missing a residence

As Tropical Storm Nicole approached New England on October 1, a few trees fell across West and Acton Streets. The Police Log marks the events between 8:30 and 10 in the morning. And, in the middle of a porkchop lot between West and Acton Streets approximately 45 mature pine trees fell over or were fractured at a height of ten to 20 feet. I was made aware of ...more

Biodiversity Corner: American Tree Sparrow

The American Tree Sparrow is one of those birds dismissively labeled by some as LBJ’s – “little brown jobs.” Sparrows are the charter members of this informal group which also includes the females of such species as House Finch and Indigo Bunting. There are 50 species of sparrow that occur with some regularity in the U.S., and many birders wonder if ...more

CCHS production of Noises Off turns audience laughter on

Those familiar with the hilarious show Noises Off currently running at CCHS this weekend understand that the cast suffers from schizophrenia on stage. Actors portray two roles: the character on-stage and the actor in his or her own character backstage. The humorous interplay of the characters leads to carefully planned ...more

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