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Town Council meets tonight, we have details about what is on the agenda. Plus, the Cape Cod Commission wants to make one local roadway safer, you'll find out where.
"It was the Law of the Sea, they said. Civilization ends at the waterline. Beyond that, we all enter the food chain, and not always right at the top.."... Hunter S. Thompson
Two kayakers were attacked by a Great White Shark Wednesday in Plymouth, as they paddled around in Cape Cod Bay.
Star light star bright, how many stars can I see tonight. Is a walk in store tonight? I don't too often run into pure writers block, It's like talking, I am rarely without a word, or thought. I have opinions, I have concepts, Im a dreamer, a poet, an artist, so ideas just aren't an issue for me. Yet every once in a while it hits, and nothing. Either I have thought it, shared it, told it before. Everything seems to start to sound alike or it just does not make sense.
Time and Tide wait for no man, and the feeling is mutual.
Beaches are not permanent things. Waves, wind and rain erode beaches, and shifting sands go where they may. It's how the world works, and how it worked for a long, long time before man arrived and started building along the coasts.
Upgrades to Veteran's Beach Park get the green light from the Conservation Commission. unemployment numbers fall in Barnstable County in July, and Finance Director Mark Milne talks about an upcoming audit.
Rob Hutchinson has a lifetime of Falmouth memories. The Falmouth native, who now lives in Hingham but frequently returns to visit family, fondly remembers days during his childhood when he would get his hair cut at Stone’s Barber Shop back when it was located farther down Main Street, near where Celebrations is now. When Rob would finish his haircut, Phil and Dickie Stone would escort Rob out of the barber shop and help him cross the street on his way home.
By Jack Sheedy
I’m home, ill, today. Why else would I be typing a blog on a Tuesday afternoon while the rest of the world is at work.
I caught something. I came down with it on Sunday, was a bit of a mope around the house yesterday (Labor Day – isn’t that nice), and now, today, I’m at home with my dog, Willie, and he’s not quite understanding this disruption in his usual routine. He seems rather put off by my presence, like I’m interfering with some prearranged schedule of doggie events.
Police are still searching for a robber following a hotel invasion over the weekend, a main street gift shop is robbed Saturday, and road projects are set to begin this week.
In what has become an annual event, a group of protesters gathered at the Sagamore Bridge to protest against the nuclear power plant in Plymouth.
The main point of the protest was to choose a day with massive traffic- Labor Day- and use the jam to show people just how hard it would be to escape from Cape Cod in the event of an emergency at the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant.
The Barnstable Agricultural Commission is exploring increasing the town's community garden stock. Experts stopped by this week's Ag Com meeting - and we break it down for you on this episode of Barnstable Today. Plus: Fireworks this Saturday in Lewis Bay!