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The Conservation Commission discusses the placement of three new pump out facilities in Hyannis Harbor, tourism officials hope a new plan will help promote off road biking on Cape Cod and the state recognizes a local arts group.
Anti-Obama Sign Torched In Nearby Cotuit.
A crime that took place just down the road a bit could easily work into Bourne.
Someone took it upon themselves to limit another man's right to free speech in Cotuit last night, and performed an act of arson upon a politically-themed sign in someone's yard.
When I was a kid, the easiest way to make summer money even if you were below the age for getting a “real” job was to caddy at the Blue Hills Country Club.
"They who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety
deserve neither Liberty nor Safety" - Benjamin Franklin
On this episode of Barnstable Today, we talk about the weekend snow storm with Chief of Police Paul MacDonald and Assistant DPW director Rob Steen. Then, Chief MacDonald discusses some drug-related arrests over the weekend, along with the epidemic of overdoses we've seen in our community this year.
Don't get me wrong. Some of my best friends are claims adjusters. The only problem is, I don't want them talking to my clients, or potential client, after an accident.
You and your spouse are legally married in Massachusetts. You have all the legal rights and privileges that such a legal marriage bestows.
THE SECOND COMING
How easy it is to go back to things that are familiar and to do what addicts were once comfortable doing in your lives. Some of these behaviors can be destructive, yet you keep going back to them.
You convince yourselves that it won't be that bad if you do back to the ways that almost killed you and believe you can stop if the habit goes too deep. You think, I'm not hurting anyone. You know it is wrong because it's not working, and you know that it's not only hurting you but hurting the people who love you.