Hyannis "Art Attack", Cops need more overtime money

Barnstable news of the week
April 28, 2006

‘Art attack’ seen as key to downtown revitalization
By Edward F. Maroney. A temporary harborside stage nestled at the back of Aselton Park for
"Shakespeare by the Shore" performances by Barnstable High School students and weekly concerts sponsored by The Arts Foundation of Cape Cod. Painted buoys on slender poles waving as high as 21 feet above the park to signal the new activity there. Wider sidewalks leading down to the boats. A farewell to the Bismore Park parking meters...

School start compromise sought

By Edward F. Maroney. Parents of elementary school children don’t want their first graders jumping off the bus into the darkness of a January evening, but they say they understand that high school students need more sleep in the morning to function better in classes ...

$50K sought to cover police overtime

By David Still II. The department is looking far an additional $50,000 to cover overtime costs for the rest of the year. But looking ahead to next fiscal year, which begins July 1, the department is seeking another $450,000, which would restore cuts to overtime made over the past four budgets ...

HannaH’s, upstairs condo dweller asked to work out noise ...
By Heather Wysocki. Conflicting testimony led the licensing authority to postpone deciding whether entertainment at HannaH’s Fusion ...

Labor market information captures Cape
By David Augustinho. From time to time, I have presented you with some of the Labor Market Information (LMI) that helps the Workforce ...

Immigration and Integration?
By Hid Welch. This series is written by a private citizen with an abiding interest in US history and particularly its founding documents ...

Barnstable FD election Sat., meets Mon.
By David Still II. Voters in the Barnstable Fire District will meet Monday night at the Barnstable-West Barnstable Elementary School ...

All but one request approved in WBFD
By David Still II. Voters gave all green lights at Wednesday’s West Barnstable Fire District...

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