Meet the new TM; Eastham's water woes; RE slump hits Outer Cape builders

   The new break from Old Wharf  Road, Chatham. By AndyBuckley 

Lower & Outer Cape News, April 19, 2007

The Provincetown Banner is a locally owned weekly which overs the Outer & Lower Cape. The Cape Codder is owned byGatehouse Media. 

tccHeadlines from the Cape Codder:
Couple deals with possible rabies exposure
- E. Orleans couple treated after pet cat was attacked
Seashore's amphibian study clsoes Province Lands Road
- Road shutdown as scientists study the state-threatened spadefoot toad
Anti-defamation league program axed again
- Orleans No Place for Hate Steering Committee fail to convince selectmen
Chatham family charges wrongful death
- Family of suicidal shooting vicitim inform town they plan to sue
Wellfleet Charter changes could generate debate
- voters set to decide on $12.6 million budget
Welcome to the "Promise Land"
- new cable show features eclectic Provincetown
Roadside memorial must come down
- Memorial at site of Eastham shooting ordered to be removed
Gov. Patrick meets Cape Cod
- Deval does Matacheese
Nor'easter takes big bite out of Nauset
- results in big break in Chatham 
Storm causes break on North Beach
- storm causes two breaks along Chatham's North Beach
Blue Knights too much for Warriors
- Sandwich bests Nauset on the lacrosse field

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bannerHeadlines from the Banner: 
Interactive sculpture brings old fishing harbor to life
- presenting Kinetic Sculptor Candice Crawford's latest
Meet the new town manager
- event will allow residents to meet Sharon Lynn
Water discourse draws crowd
- Eastham's $75 million; 20 year construction schedule for proposed water project
Builders feeling sting of real estate drop
- real estate slump reaches Outer Cape builders 
Hardware stalwart goes "green"
- new blood and a new vision at Conwell Lumber Co.
ARTS: Egeli's painterly film explores the "Art of Passion"
- 1993 film shot in Provincetown, now available on DVD
SPORTS: Fishermen win 8-0 in auspicious start to season
- Friday 13th all luck for Ptown baseball

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