Mid-Cape News, April 24, 2007
The Barnstable Patriot covers the town of Barnstable and is owned by the Ottaway Newspapers Co. the parent company of the Cape Cod Times. The Register which covers Dennis, Yarmouth and Barnstable is owned by Gatehouse Media which owns three other weeklies here.
At Bismore, it's about the vision: improvements come to harborside park
- $1 million dollar project slated for Bismore Park
Dennis Water District will design treatment plants: voters approve spending $400K
- pleasant news at the annual Dennis Water District meeting
Yarmouth goes to the polls May 1
- Voters will have a lot of decisions to make come May Day
Bastian, Reed vie for school committee seat in Yarmouth
- both candidates have lots of experience
Leadership not new for Hoben
- Hoben comfortable with dealing with controversial issues
Granger would emphasize sound management
- Candidate for Yarmouth selectman used to exercising sound judgement
Post pledges common sense speech
- More from another candidate for Yarmouth selectman
Sullivan has experience and looks to the future
- Incumbent selectman feels next board will be instrumental in shaping town's future
Sears sees Route 28 as big piece of puzzle
- Yarmouth selectman candidate sees revitalization of Route 28 as key
Robertson: don't forget about seniors, second homeowners
- Yarmouth as a "three-legged stool" of service
Read the Register here.
Barnstable Patriot Headlines:
West Barnstable Fire District meets Wednesday
- voters have decisions to make regarding hydrants, firefighters and a new ambulance
Getty goes dark on Barnstable Road
- Gas station closed, leaseholder could no longer afford the monthly rent
Earth Day connects Northside villages
- a joint meeting of the Barnstable Village Civic Assoc. and the W. Barnstable Civic Assoc.
Visting Meetinghouse Farm Way
- dawn of a new era
West Barnstable: eat now, celebrate later
- it's time for the annual West Barnstable Spaghetti Dinner
Library walk reveals contents of conservation land
- Whelden to Sturgis Library, through the woods, sans car
OPINION: Roots of AAA rating got back to McGann
- on the town's recently received triple A bond rating
A landmark for Bismore Park?
- time to make it more like Nantucket?
Shellfishers support pier and dock ban
- Barnstable Shellfish Committee supports a ban on new construction in recreational shellfishing areas
Read the rest of the Barnstable Patriot here.