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Harwich, Massachusetts is located in Barnstable County. Zip codes in Harwich, MA include 02645. The median home price in Harwich is $399,900 which is roughly $230/per square foot. More Harwich information.

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11 hrs ago | Cape Cod Times

Howell and McManus vie for assembly seat

There are three contested races for the 15-member Assembly of Delegates on the Nov. 6 ballot, including Barnstable, Brewster and Harwich. This is the third of three stories profiling candidates in each of these three towns.

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Tue Sep 16, 2014

Cape Cod Times

Political Notes: Beaty calls on well-funded Wolf to cap campaign spending at $30,000

After loaning nearly $600 to his Republican state senate campaign and spending all of it, West Barnstable resident Ron Beaty is asking his Democratic opponent, state Sen. Daniel Wolf, to join him in making a "People's Pledge" to cap campaign spending at $30,000.

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Cape Cod Times

Curious lack of curiosity on spraying

NStar, persevering in its bad-neighbor policy, in late August publicized a list of the next victims of its herbicide spraying of plants in its power lines right-of-way. All Cape towns have officially objected to this practice, along with all our legislators, but the virtually universal condemnation falls on deaf ears.

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Mon Sep 15, 2014

Cape Cod Times

Mill Stores closing nine locations

Mill Stores is closing nine of its 13 stores across New England, including two stores on the Cape, according to the company's website. The Hyannis-based company, which has lines of unfinished furniture, sheds and other woodwork, is closing its West Harwich and West Yarmouth stores, but its Dennis Port store will remain open.

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Cape Cod Times

Elmer Crowell barn becoming a museum

The barn next to the Brooks Academy Museum parking lot doesn't look all that impressive. A blue tarp sits on the unfinished roof.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

Cape Cod Times

Things to do today on Cape Cod

Featured event: The Grand Parade for Sandwich's 375th anniversary The Cape's oldest town will wrap up its yearlong 375th anniversary celebration with what organizers are calling a "grand parade."

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Cape Cod Times

Memory care center to open in 2015

The Cape will get another memory care community next year when EPOCH Senior Living opens a new facility designed to provide a comfortable, homey setting to those suffering from dementia.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

Cape Cod Times

Community Notes

A monument memorializing 33 Falmouth residents from the Falmouth Poorhouse who were buried in the Methodist Society Burying Ground will be dedicated at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the cemetery, located at 744 E. Main St. .

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Patch.com

Somerville Working Hard on Sick Time

Across Somerville and other Massachusetts communities, labor and community activists, mothers and fathers are knocking on doors and ringing bells, trying to convince their neighbors to vote "Yes" on Question 4 on Election Day. Question 4 - "Earned Sick Time for Employees" - would guarantee that all workers in the state, public and private sector, can earn and use sick time.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

Barnstable Patriot

'Spires' show inspired by Cape architecture, yearning for heavens

Humans have raised their outstretched arms to the heavens in an attempt to embrace the ineffable going back to the beginning of time. So, too, have the dwellings and buildings we've created since then.

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Cape Cod Times

Join climate march in New York

Cape Codders of all persuasions - climate activists, anti-nukers, social justice advocates, the faith community, citizens, students and teachers - will join in a bus caravan to New York City on Sunday, Sept. 21, for what is being billed as the largest climate march in history.

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Cape Cod Times

Cape casual: New Red Nun has great food, more choice

The folks who own the Run Nun Bar & Grill in Chatham opened a new restaurant in Dennis Port about six weeks ago. Located in the newly revitalized business section of Main Street near the Harwich line, the storefront eatery has a cool urban vibe in keeping with the neighborhood.

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Wed Sep 10, 2014

Cape Cod Times

Grounded Chatham fishing boat freed, returned to shore

A 40-foot fishing boat ran aground at low tide in Chatham waters early today but was freed by late morning and brought back to shore. Two U.S. Coast Guard boats responded around 8 a.m. to a report of a vessel in distress at the area known as the Chatham bar, not far from Chatham Lighthouse Beach.

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Mon Sep 08, 2014

Cape Cod Times

Worker seriously injured by falling pine tree

A 28-year-old arborist from Chatham was flown to a Boston hospital Monday after a tree fell on him, causing serious injuries, Harwich police and fire officials said. Tree work was being done at 145 Round Cove Road when a pine tree cut by a fellow worker fell on Joseph Razinha around 2:20 p.m., they said.

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Sun Sep 07, 2014

Cape Cod Times

Community Notes

Humanitarian concert The Cape Cod Tree of Life Educational Fund will present a concert to benefit the victims of the conflict in Gaza, featuring concert violinist Michael Dabroski, at 7 p.m. Sept. 13 at St. Peter's Lutheran Church, 310 Route 137, Harwich.

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Sat Sep 06, 2014

Cape Cod Times

Cape activists to join New York climate march

A group of Cape Cod activists will take a bus caravan to New York City on Sept. 21 to participate in the People's Climate March.

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Cape Cod Times

Nick's Fight: Teen's struggle with cancer leads to families united in hope

When Nick Cecchi was diagnosed with a rare type of cancer at age 15, he found it not only scary but lonely.

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Thu Sep 04, 2014

Cape Cod Times

Lower Cape GOP groups support Waters

Five chairmen of Lower Cape Republican town committees endorsed Mashpee financial consultant Allen Waters on Wednesday in the Cape and Islands state Senate race, choosing him over West Barnstable resident Ronald Beaty as their pick to take on state Sen. Daniel Wolf in the general election.

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Cape Cod Times

Students arrive for first day at new Monomoy high school

On the first day of classes at the brand new Monomoy Regional High School this morning, hundreds of students disembarked from buses and cars and flooded Main Street, the wide boulevard that connects the front and rear entrances.

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Cape Cod Times

Cash flows in Cape races

Although he isn't facing competition in his Republican primary, retired state police Sgt.

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