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  1. Town Of Falmouth Seeks Opinions On Its Multi-Hazard PlanRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Falmouth Enterprise

    A public meeting on Thursday, January 26, will allow residents to review and comment on a 150-page draft multi-hazard mitigation plan produced by the Town of Falmouth conservation and planning departments. The plan was drafted with input from an emergency planning committee of about 100 key stakeholders in Falmouth, and it has been in the works for about eight years.

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  2. Dance Marathon Supports Cancer ResearchRead the original story

    17 hrs ago | Falmouth Enterprise

    Hundreds of dance enthusiasts of all ages will dance for four hours in Mashpee to raise funds for breast cancer and ovarian cancer research at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. Dancing for a Cure will be Saturday, February 4, from 5 to 9 PM at Mashpee High School, 500 Barnstable Road.

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  3. Newly Formed Group Aims To Build Grassroots NetworkRead the original story

    Sunday | Falmouth Enterprise

    Engage Falmouth announces its first public event, a "volunteer fair" designed to connect area residents with local causes, from 3 to 6 PM on Sunday, January 29, at the St. Barnabas Church Parish Hall, 91 Main Street. Dozens of local organizations will have information tables at the event, including Engage Falmouth, an umbrella group that formed in the wake of the 2016 election to advocate for progressive change in Falmouth and beyond.

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  4. Comedy Night Benefits Around The TableRead the original story

    Saturday Jan 21 | Falmouth Enterprise

    Stand-up comedian and popular podcaster Will Noonan will be one of three performers in Flapjack Comedy Productions' "Hungry for Humor" show Saturday, January 28, at Sea Crest Beach Hotel in North Falmouth. Stand-up comedian and popular podcaster Will Noonan will be one of three performers in Flapjack Comedy Productions' "Hungry for Humor" show Saturday, January 28, at Sea Crest Beach Hotel in North Falmouth.

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  5. Upper Cape Men & Women Gather In SolidarityRead the original story

    Saturday Jan 21 | Falmouth Enterprise

    As the Women's Marches were taking place in Washington and Boston, people from the upper Cape gathered in the Falmouth Village Green at 1 PM Saturday, January 21, to show their solidarity with Falmouth's own grassroots response to President Donald J. Trump's inauguration. "We are so glad to be holding a rally on the Upper Cape for those who couldn't get to Washington or Boston," said event organizer Pamela Rothstein, of No Place for Hate to the crowd.

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  6. Police Arrest Suspect And Seize Stolen GoodsRead the original story

    Saturday Jan 21 | Falmouth Enterprise

    Police seized jewelry, power tools, laptops, and a large amount of marijuana while serving a search warrant Friday afternoon, January 20, according to a press release from the Falmouth Police Department. The search warrant was served at a residence on Haddon Avenue in Falmouth after an investigation related to recent breaking and entering incidents at local homes and businesses.

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  7. March Participants Head For Washington On BusRead the original story

    Saturday Jan 21 | Falmouth Enterprise

    While most Falmouth residents were settling into their homes and the last Main Street restaurants were shutting off the lights Friday evening, 28 political activists were lining up in the Wal-Mart parking lot to board a bus headed for Washington, DC. The passengers are expected to arrive in the nation's capital around 7:15 Saturday morning, January 21, in order to join the Women's March on Washington at 10 AM.

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  8. Screening To Be Preceded By Student Musicians PerformanceRead the original story

    Saturday Jan 21 | Falmouth Enterprise

    Members of the Recycled Orchestra of Cateura. The group is the subject of the documentary, "Landfill Harmonic," which will be shown Saturday, January 28, as part of the Woods Hole Film Festival's Dinner & a Movie series.

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  9. Falmouth Boys Fall 1-0 On Late Goal By WalthamRead the original story

    Friday Jan 20 | Falmouth Enterprise

    The one Duarte missed, he probably didn't see until it was already past him. Unfortunately for the talented netminder and his teammates, it was the only puck that found the back of either net in a 1-0 Waltham win at the Falmouth Ice Arena.

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  10. Talk By John Tunney To Highlight Camera Club MeetingRead the original story

    Friday Jan 20 | Falmouth Enterprise

    The second January meeting of the Upper Cape Camera Club will be held Wednesday, January 25, at 7 PM at the Falmouth Art Center in Falmouth. The public is welcome.

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  11. Falmouth-Mashpee Gymnastics Lose For First Time In Close MeetRead the original story

    Friday Jan 20 | Falmouth Enterprise

    There are not many gymnastics teams around that can match up with the powerhouse one that the Falmouth-Mashpee cooperative team has become. The Flippers are certainly one of the better programs in southeastern Massachusetts, but on Monday night they met their match in Bridgewater.

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  12. Coast Guard Search And Rescue Subject Of TalkRead the original story

    Friday Jan 20 | Falmouth Enterprise

    SEA will host a public lecture, "Rescue at Sea! History and Procedures of Coast Guard Search and Rescue Operations," Sunday, January 22, at 2 PM. Captain Chris Nolan, SEA assistant professor of nautical science, will deliver the lecture, the first in SEA's winter/spring lecture series.

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  13. Falmouth Men's Over-40 Basketball League ResultsRead the original story

    Friday Jan 20 | Falmouth Enterprise

    The Men's Over-40 Basketball League continued the week of January 16 with three more games. Sundance Clothing stayed undefeated and atop the league standings with a 67-41 win over Apcon.

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  14. Academy Girls Have Undefeated Streak Ended By HinghamRead the original story

    Friday Jan 20 | Falmouth Enterprise

    Coach Gus Adams filled his Falmouth Academy girls' basketball team's schedule with much higher level competition this year to prepare them for the Division 4 state tournament. On Wednesday night, January 18, the Lady Mariners competed against a team that went to the finals of the Division 2 South Regionals last year, and the Hingham Harborwomen ended a nine-game winning streak by 18th-ranked FA.

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  15. Yoga Classes For Youngsters Offered At LibraryRead the original story

    Friday Jan 20 | Falmouth Enterprise

    The Woods Hole Public Library will offer winter yoga classes for children ages 5 and older. These classes will be Saturdays, January 21 and 28 and February 4, at 1 PM, and will be taught by Chelsea Doohan.

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  16. Up And Down Week Ends On High Note For FHS GirlsRead the original story

    Friday Jan 20 | Falmouth Enterprise

    It wasn't their best showing of the season, but the Falmouth High School girls' ice hockey team bounced back from a disappointing loss on Monday afternoon, January 16, to score a 4-0 road win over the Cape Cod Furies on Wednesday night, January 18. Falmouth jumped out to an early lead and rode the goaltending of Emily Marciello to their seventh win of the season. FHS got started in the first when Ericka Meissner put home a shot to give the Clippers the lead.

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  17. Documentary About Edward Snowden To Be Shown At UUFFRead the original story

    Friday Jan 20 | Falmouth Enterprise

    The UUFF will host a screening of the award-winning film, "Citizenfour," at its meetinghouse Wednesday, January 25, at 6:30 PM. A documentary by Laura Poitras, "Citizenfour" is centered around Ms.

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  18. Mr. Keating To Attend Swearing-InRead the original story

    Friday Jan 20 | Falmouth Enterprise

    Democratic Congressman William R. Keating of the 9th District plans to attend President-elect Donald J. Trump's inauguration Friday, January 20. "Congressman Keating's plans for the extended inauguration weekend include speaking Thursday morning with the New Bedford Homeless Service Providers Network about effects of Affordable Care Act repeal on our homeless and elderly populations and Medicare," a spokesman for Congressman Keating said Thursday, January 19. "Tomorrow, the sole portion of the inauguration he will be attending is the swearing-in ceremony; then he will be flying directly home to continue speaking with constituents on the devastating policies being proposed by the incoming administration," the spokesman said.

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  19. Sawed-Off Rifle, Drugs Seized In East FalmouthRead the original story

    Friday Jan 20 | Falmouth Enterprise

    A sawed-off rifle was seized Friday morning, January 20, while police were executing a search warrant at an address on Homestead Lane. Greg Harris, 21, of Homestead Lane is facing preliminary charges of illegal possession of a firearm, improper storage of a firearm, possession of heroin with intent to distribute, possession of cocaine with intent to distribute, and possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, according to a press release from the Falmouth Police Department.

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  20. Falmouth Boys Hold Off Hingham, 53-49Read the original story

    Friday Jan 20 | Falmouth Enterprise

    Hingham rallied back, despite a 26-10 second-quarter deficit, and took the lead in the fourth quarter. Falmouth did not fold, though.

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