The wind all wind was a blessing for these windsurfers in Chatham harbor.
Lower Cape News, April 18, 2007
The Cape Cod Chronicle is locally owned and covers the towns of Chatham and Harwich. The Gateway owned Harwich Oracle cover news in the town of Harwich.
Cape Cod Chronicle Headlines:
Persistent storm pounds North Beach; erosion, washovers force vehicle closure
- mainland damage minimal; North Beach pounded
Film brought excitement of the movies to Chatham
- Final scenes shot Saturday...it's a wrap!
Harbormaster fires back at boatyards
- calls recent letter "a misguided personal attack"
Selectmen nix guardrails
- selectman vote; listen to voice of constituents
Search on for middle school principal
- resume review underway
Sewer, traffic issues with South Cape development
- questions remain regarding 12 unit condo proposal
Wind proponets want larger turbines for commercial use
- proponents say planning board's zoning amendments are too restrictive
Attorney for Marini Trust claims health board violated laws
- allegations that board violated legal due process rights & the state Open Meeting Law
Attendance rule at issue
- How to deal with an absence at a planning board vote
Former superintendent dies
- Rosemary Joseph, 54, passes away
400 Club gets review waiver
- board finds work did not substantially change the relationship of the structure
Wychmere Shores plan OK'd
- Owner receives an "as-is" site approval
Chatham, Harwich tennis teams serve up early season wins
- Chatham coach hopes last year will be a good one
- For awhile, there was magic in Chatham.
Read the rest of the Chronicle here.
Headlines from the Harwich Oracle:
Meet Bill Flynn
- Deputy Chief Bill Flynn becomes Chief of the Harwich Fire Department
Toast of Harwich, a rite of spring
- 6th annual to be held this May 11th
Articles spotlight solar energy
- two energy petition articles head to the town meeting next month
It's National Library Week!
- time to celebrate at the Brooks Free Library
- Cape Tech's Art Show
- Help spruce up the Chamber
- Meet the Brooks Ladies
- School benefit: luau
- Fundraiser: Turning Wine into Food
- Men's club announces openings
Read the Oracle here.