Bringing Falmouth DPW Up To Date

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The town looks to modernize systems to spread and reclaim sand and road salt.

Governor Must Sign Off On Falmouth Library Funds

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Last year, voters approved a $6.5M debt exclusion to help fund the renovation of the Falmouth Public Library.

Latex Allergy Keeps Student Off School’s New Playground

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Daniel Fortier Jr. is a typical 9-year-old. He attends the Forestdale School and is in the third grade.

Sebastian Returns To Share His Lesson: Wear Your Helmet

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Ten-year-old Sebastian Khoroshev of Forestdale remembers very little about the accident that nearly took his life on September 8.

Two Binghams Plan To File Amended Version Of Land Suit

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Two members of the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe are within days of filing an amended version of the tribal land suit that sought to reclaim property in Mashpee and was first dismissed nearly 30 years ago.

Bikers Rally For Babies

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Anthony Giroux of Buzzards Bay, 2 1/2 going on 3, is one of the best reasons why people participate in events like the upcoming March of Dimes motorcycle “Ride for Babies.?

Infrequency Of Brush Fires Makes Training Important

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While there has not been a significant wildfire in Falmouth for several years, the Falmouth Fire Rescue Department is not taking any chances.

Woods Hole Assoc. Seeks Rezoning Request Tied To Affordable Housing

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Representatives of the Woods Hole Community Association, along with developer Christopher Wise and representatives WHOI, went before the planning board Tuesday to present information relating to the rezoning of the Nautilus Motel and Dome property on Woods Hole Road from residential to business redevelopment.

Providing ‘Mature Workers’ For 33 Years

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For many of the Cape’s elderly residents, retirement is a time to relax and enjoy the Golden Years.

Process Underway For No-Discharge Zone In Sound

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In February 2003, Congressman William D. Delahunt referred to a regulatory gap affecting Nantucket Sound as “the hole in the doughnut.?