Falmouth Rottweiler To Be Euthanized, Judge Will Decide Fate Of Second Dog

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The case of two rottweilers that caused chaos when they escaped last May onto the grounds of the Teaticket Elementary School landed in Falmouth District Court yesterday.

Veterans Day Observances Sunday On Falmouth Library Lawn

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This year’s Veterans Day celebration will pay special tribute to Vietnam-era veterans. Held at the Falmouth Memorial Walk in front of the Falmouth library on Sunday, it will begin at 11 AM with the ringing of a bell 11 times.

Falmouth Precinct Meetings A Preview Of Next Week’s Session

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If Wednesday’s Precinct Four meeting is any indication, a number of articles on this year’s Fall Town Meeting will generate lively discussion next week.

Formal Protocol For Disease Needed, Mashpee Town Manager Says

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The diagnosis of a rare and sometimes dangerous bacteria in a child at the Mashpee Kids Klub last week and the response by various town officials illustrates the need for a detailed policy on communicable disease outbreaks, Town Manager Joyce M. Mason said in an interview this week.

Doctors Disagree On Treatment Of Long-Term Lyme Disease

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Some notice the rash, see a doctor, receive treatment, and recover quickly. But many do not. Those who found the rash may have cursed it at the time, but they are the lucky ones.

Northeaster Rips Through Bourne

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A powerful northeaster pounded Bourne Saturday, toppling trees and power lines with ferocious winds that reached 60- to 70-miles-per-hour.

HAC Hopes To Begin Work On Canal Bluffs Before January

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Gisele Gauthier of the Housing Assistance Corporation came before the Bourne Zoning Board of Appeals Wednesday to propose some changes to the permit issued for Canal Bluffs, the 117-unit affordable housing complex planned at the former Communica site off MacArthur Boulevard.

Powerful Northeaster Blasts Sandwich

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A powerful northeaster, packing 60- to 70-mile-per-hour winds, pounded Sandwich Saturday, toppling trees, strafing the coastline, and leaving thousands in Sandwich and surrounding communities without power.

FinCom Explores Impacts Of Sandwich School District Enrollment Decline

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Superintendent of Schools Nancy E. Young presented the finance committee with an overview of enrollment numbers in the school district during the committee’s meeting Tuesday.

Cleanup After Weekend Storm Continues

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The wind and rain may have subsided, but the remnants of Noel, Saturday’s ocean storm, were visible as of this morning.