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  1. Sandwich pipeline project on trackRead the original story

    Jan 28, 2016 | Cape Cod Times

    After three full months of construction on a 4.4 mile stretch of natural gas pipeline, National Grid officials say installation is 30 percent complete. "We're on pace to finish up during this calendar year," Jake Navarro, a spokesman for the utility, said Tuesday.

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  2. NoticesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 25, 2016 | Cape Cod Times

    The 2016 Harwich-Chatham Little League evaluation day will be held on Sunday, Jan. 31 at the Monomoy Regional High School gymnasium. Registration is open to children ages 7-12 and all participants must register online at www.hc-ll.org prior to attending.

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  3. DeRuyter tops in 2015 fundraising for state Senate raceRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 25, 2016 | Cape Cod Times

    Brewster Selectman Benjamin deRuyter is leading the state Senate campaign pack in fundraising, putting up the highest donation numbers for 2015, according to the state Office of Campaign and Political Finance. “I'm very proud of the results that came from our hard work at the end of 2015,” deRuyter said.

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  4. Good timing reduced storm's impactRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 24, 2016 | Cape Cod Times

    More than a foot of snow fell on towns across the Cape on Saturday during a storm that caused blizzard conditions in some areas, but residents and officials agree: It could have been worse. “If there's a good time to have a storm, it's on a weekend,” said Raymond Jack, director of public works in Falmouth.

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  5. Storm packs a punchRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 24, 2016 | Cape Cod Times

    The flakes didn't start falling around the Cape until late in the morning, but by the early afternoon it was coming down hard, with strong northeast winds gusting to over 40 mph with visibility less than a quarter of a mile. Saturday night, the National Weather Service was predicting 12 to 18 inches for portions of the Upper and Mid-Cape, and 8 to 12 inches for Outer Cape towns.

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  6. Stage Door blog: DiVincenzo is new leader at Provincetown TheaterRead the original story

    Jan 18, 2016 | Cape Cod Times

    Tristan DiVincenzo has been appointed the first artistic director at Provincetown Theater in a decade, assigned last month with "steering" all the creative and fundraising aspects of the venue and projects there.

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  7. Alliegro gets early start on campaignRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 23, 2015 | Cape Cod Times

    When scientist Mark Alliegro lost by 500 votes, less than 2 percentage points, to Chatham lawyer John Chapman in the Republican primary last year, it spurred him to kick-start his next campaign effort immediately. “I'm much more prepared this time,” he said during a recent interview about his second run at the 9th Congressional District seat held by U.S. Rep. William Keating.

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  8. Wolf won't seek re-electionRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 15, 2015 | Cape Cod Times

    The Harwich Democrat will have served three terms as the Cape and Islands senator by the end of next year, but multiple sources with knowledge of Wolf's plans confirmed he will not be seeking re-election. Wolf declined to do so when reached for comment on Thursday.

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  9. Girls soccer: Blue Knights punch tourney ticket with win over MVRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 15, 2015 | Cape Cod Times

    The Sandwich Blue Knights blanked Martha's Vineyard 3-0 and at the same time qualified for the upcoming state tournament with the win on Thursday. It was the earliest Sandwich has qualified for the tournament and it was also the eighth straight year the Blue Knights have advanced to post-season play.

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  10. Plymouth nuclear plant to close by 2019Read the original story

    Oct 13, 2015 | Cape Cod Times

    The Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station will be permanently shuttered some time before June 2019, not because of its poor performance as one of the worst-rated plants in the nation, but because it has become a financial liability for owner-operator Entergy Corp. The 43-year-old Plymouth plant is losing $40 million annually as a result of the low cost of natural gas. Bill Mohl, president of Entergy Wholesale Commodities, called the decision to close "a last resort after reviewing every possible option."

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  11. Education BriefsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 12, 2015 | Cape Cod Times

    The Cape & Islands School Counselor Association will sponsor its 51st annual “All Cape College Day Fair” from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Oct. 21 in the Barnstable High School Field House, located at 744 W. Main St., Hyannis. More than 180 colleges and technical schools will be represented at the fair, along with several military branches and international programs.

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  12. Wolf wants drugmakers to buy back unused, seized pillsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 10, 2015 | Cape Cod Times

    Proposes amendment so police can take someone into protective custody after drug overdose. Current laws allow protective custody only related to alcohol impairment.

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  13. HopeHealth gets $1M to support caregiversRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 10, 2015 | Cape Cod Times

    At HopeHealth, West Yarmouth resident Brenda Danovitch found the help she needed as her husband, Stephen, progressed through the stages of Alzheimer's disease until his death at age 74 in 2013. "They're just there for you every step of the way," she said.

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  14. Scientists investigate Cape shark strandingsRead the original story

    Oct 4, 2015 | Cape Cod Times

    Locals are accustomed to sea turtles, whales and dolphins washing up onto our shores. These animals are either sick or injured or they've lost their bearings as they try to navigate the unusual hook shape of the Cape's peninsula and become trapped in the huge maze of sandbars in Cape Cod Bay.

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  15. Cape Cod parents join D.C. rally for federal actionRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 4, 2015 | Cape Cod Times

    They shared their tragedies steps away from the White House and together made one voice, imploring the federal government to take action against the growing opioid epidemic. Holding poster-size photographs of their dead children, parents like Joan Peters-Gilmartin, of Truro, crowded around the White House gates at Saturday's FedUp rally.

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  16. Brewster woman dies after being hit by carRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 3, 2015 | Cape Cod Times

    Lorraine K. Hurley, 56, of Brewster died after being struck by a car on Stony Brook Road Friday night, according to Brewster police chief Richard Koch. Shortly before 7:30 p.m., firefighters responded to Stony Brook Road near the intersection with Run Hill Road to a report of a woman being hit by a car, Brewster Fire Capt.

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  17. Federal aid restored to some of Chatham groundfish fleetRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 2, 2015 | Cape Cod Times

    The clouds may be dark, the weather stormy, but local fishermen stuck in port this week could at least celebrate two pieces of good news. On Thursday the state Division of Marine Fisheries announced how it would distribute $6.9 million in federal fisheries disaster money.

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  18. National Grid to lift hookup moratorium in 2019Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 30, 2015 | Cape Cod Times

    National Grid's plan to replace its main gas line on the Mid-Cape and Lower Cape is on the fast track, according to a company official who said Wednesday that the target date to wrap up the $50 million project has been moved up to mid-2019. A moratorium on new hookups and expansions of existing service, in effect since October 2014, will then end, Ross Turrini, senior vice-president of gas engineering and process for National Grid, said.

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  19. Sandwich resident takes reins as county treasurerRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 29, 2015 | Cape Cod Times

    Mary McIsaac assumed the role of the county's finance director and treasurer on Thursday, filling the post vacated when longtime county employee Mark Zielinski retired in June. Zielinski, who had served in the dual role of county administrator and director of finance until the job responsibilities were split into two positions in 2013, had been on medical leave for nearly a year.

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  20. Harwich home uninhabitable after fireRead the original story

    Sep 26, 2015 | Cape Cod Times

    No one was hurt in a fire on the second floor of a home on Lothrop Avenue on Saturday, according to a Harwich fire official. Around 5 p.m. firefighters from Harwich, Dennis, Brewster and Chatham responded to 212 Lothrop Avenue, where a family was unhurt after an accidental fire was set in a bedroom on the second floor, Harwich fire Chief Norman Clarke said.

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