No rise in golf fees, Waste crises, Duck for hunters, East Harwich future

Wychmere sunset
   Sunset on the west side of Wychmere Harbor in winter
 

harwich_oracleHarwich NEWS, December 13, 2006

A shot in the dark
By Douglas Karlson
Duck hunters near the Herring River in West Harwich spooked a nearby homeowner, who called police last week to complain that hunters were too close to his house.     FULL STORY

East Harwich vision moves ahead
By Douglas Karlson
The votes are in. Residents of East Harwich want their village center to have open green space, to be pedestrian friendly, and more residential.   FULL STORY

No fee hike sought for Cranberry Valley A Harwich bog
By Douglas Karlson
Cranberry Valley Golf Course is a money maker for the town; some call it a "cash cow." In fact, last year it returned $326,384 in revenue to the municipality.   FULL STORY

Merriam is installed at town hall
By Douglas Karlson
James Merriam moved into the corner office at town hall last Wednesday, and says he's waiting for Deval Patrick to report for his new job. That's because Merriam is very interested to see the governor elect's budget, due at the end of January.   FULL STORY

Alleged kidnap victim escapes
A Dennis man was charged with kidnapping and attacking a woman.   FULL STORY

Crusaders can't tame the Tigers
By Matt Rice
As he stood shoulder-to-shoulder with his teammates, watching the Ipswich Tigers raise the Division 3A Super Bowl trophy they had dreamed of, senior captain James Hamilton and the rest of the Cape Tech/Harwich football still found it hard to comprehend what had just happened.   FULL STORY

Brooks Library bemoans budget cuts
By Douglas Karlson
Business is booming at Brooks Free Library, and that's a problem.   FULL STORY

Living manger in 21st year
Christmas just wouldn't be the same without Bud Angier's living manger, now in its 21st year and a Harwich institution.    FULL STORY

Lombard says override can be averted
By Douglas Karlson
Harwich is $1.4 million short of the revenue needed to fund a preliminary FY2008 budget that now stands at $46 million.    FULL STORY

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