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Cape Cod Chronicle 8h
Here's a list of community resources available for those impacted by the government shutdown, including food, childcare and other assistance.
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Cape Cod Chronicle 8h
National Weather Service says mostly snow here, with lots of rain Sunday. Watch for deep freeze Sunday night into Monday.
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Cape Cod Chronicle 13h
Harwich resident Sara Sneed captured Boston Best Actress Award for Cotuit role. ’s-Passion-For-Theater-Recognized-With-Best-Actress-Award-Arts.htm
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Cape Cod Chronicle Jan 18
Boats iced in at Ryder's Cove Friday morning. Snow, sleet and rain are expected last Saturday into Sunday, followed by frigid temperatures.
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Cape Cod Chronicle Jan 18
With an $85,000 state Conservation Partnership Grant Program awarded yesterday, the Harwich Conservation Trust has met its goal to protect the 15-acre Cornelius Pond Woodlands. Watch for details in this week's paper.
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Cape Cod Chronicle Jan 18
Harwich selectmen get short-term rental tax implementation advice.
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Cape Cod Chronicle Jan 17
Officials meet with state regulators to draw attention to need for dredging of Nauset Inlet.
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Cape Cod Chronicle Jan 17
Bill Burkhead, Monomoy High's first and so far only principal, is a finalist for superintendent of schools job in Stoughton.
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Cape Cod Chronicle Jan 17
Chatham Police Chief will step down in 2021 following contract extension.
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Cape Cod Chronicle Jan 17
Whether accessory dwelling units are allowed by right or with a special permit could be a critical factor in passage of bylaw amendment.
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Cape Cod Chronicle Jan 17
It will continue to be "selectmen," not "select board" in Chatham. ‘Select-Board’-Name-Board-of-Selectmen-News.htm
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Cape Cod Chronicle Jan 17
Conservaton Law Foundation pollution lawsuit against Wychmere Harbor Club can move forward, judge rules.
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Cape Cod Chronicle Jan 17
Public input sought on design of Nauset High School upgrades.
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Cape Cod Chronicle Jan 17
Budget trouble: Monomoy schools could cut eight and a half position and still be a half million dollars short of budget goals set by the towns.
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Cape Cod Chronicle Jan 17
Controversial letter fuels discussion on diversity, sustainability and helping families stay in town.
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Cape Cod Chronicle Jan 17
Storm's coming! residents: Get official information in an emergency by signing up for Swift911. Watch this new video to learn how.
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Cape Cod Chronicle Jan 17
As the continues, has made a $30K donation to the Cape Cod Military Support Foundation, and is offering interest-free one-year loans of up to $2,500 to families directly impacted by the shutdown.
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Cape Cod Chronicle Jan 11
wants all local families affected by the partial government shutdown to know they're welcome. Bring USCG ID and proof of address, and get groceries after a quick registration. Location and hours:
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Cape Cod Chronicle Jan 11
State officials, members of the Cape legislative delegation, and representatives of the Cape Cod Regional Technical High School dug in on Friday morning during a groundbreaking ceremony for the new high school. Read more at
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Cape Cod Chronicle Jan 11
Harwich COA honors it's volunteers.
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