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Cape Cod Chronicle 10m
You know the season's really over when the mooring barge returns to Oyster Pond.
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Cape Cod Chronicle 1h
An excavator claws down a section of a 150-year-old home at 271 Stage Harbor Rd. in Chatham. The building was demolished Thursday following the expiration this summer of a demolition delay imposed by the historical commission. A new house will be built on the site.
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Cape Cod Chronicle Nov 14
Cape Cod National Seashore hosts public info session on , and public safety at Nauset Middle School tonight at 6:30 pm. Shark, seal and seashore experts will speak and engage in panel discussion.
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Cape Cod Chronicle Nov 11
Guest speaker Stanley Cobane and MC Robert Franz at Chatham's Veterans Day commemoration this morning. About 200 people turned out on the centennial of the armistice that ended World War I.
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Cape Cod Chronicle Nov 11
Dozens turn out to commemorate Veterans Day in .
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Cape Cod Chronicle Nov 10
Police identify the victim of this morning's fatal crash as a 24-year-old Harwich woman.
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Cape Cod Chronicle Nov 10
are investigating a fatal crash on Long Pond Drive early this morning.
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Cape Cod Chronicle Nov 9
Monomoy Middle School science teacher named state Educator of the Year.
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Cape Cod Chronicle Nov 9
Fishing gear storage on airport property may end due to concerns about airplanes striking birds.
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Cape Cod Chronicle Nov 9
Addressing locations around marina will go farthest to fight Little Beach flooding, study says.
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Cape Cod Chronicle Nov 9
WWI relic hid in plain sight in Harwich.
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Cape Cod Chronicle Nov 7
Chatham and Orleans election tallies now available on our website. Harwich has not posted results as of Wednesday morning.
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Cape Cod Chronicle Nov 6
Election results from Chatham, Harwich and Orleans; at 10 pm Barnstable County Commission race only one not yet decided.
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Cape Cod Chronicle Nov 6
Elizabeth Harder defeats incumbent Peter Hughes in race for Harwich's seat on the Barnstable County Assembly of Delegates.
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Cape Cod Chronicle Nov 6
Turnout 75 percent in Orleans, 71 percent in Chatham. Still waiting for final results from Harwich.
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Cape Cod Chronicle Nov 6
Orleans passes ballot questions funding dune restoration at Nauset Beach and demo of Tri-Town Septage plant.
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Cape Cod Chronicle Nov 6
Chatham struggles to address "seal tsunami."
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Cape Cod Chronicle Nov 6
Heavy voter turnout reported on the Lower Cape, more than 40 percent in Chatham as of about 2 p.m. We'll post results on our website as soon as they're available after the polls close at 8.
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Cape Cod Chronicle Nov 5
Chatham selectmen support investigating net or barrier to protect Oyster Pond Beach from seals and sharks as well as fines for feeding seals.
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Cape Cod Chronicle Nov 4
Beautiful, calm afternoon at Aunt Lydia's Cove in Chatham.
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