Staph infection at HHS; The ever changing inlet; North Beach ORV access

News from the Lower Cape, November 21, 2007

harwich_oracle_155Headlines from the Harwich Oracle:
MRSA staph infection at HHS
- Female student was successfully treated and will return to school soon
Brax Landing preserves holiday dinner tradition
- Brax serves up free Thanksgiving dinner to those in need
Housing committee wants an advocate at town hall
- Committee suggested hiring a part-time housing advocate
Media literacy class challenges students to rethink images
- Teaching students to analyze what they see

Read these and other stories in the Harwich Oracle here

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Headlines from the Cape Cod Chronicle:
CHATHAM
Park Com: Require beach stickers for Bridge Street parkers

- Non-resident beach stickers are down and the commission thinks they know why
Towns take different approaches to government TV
- Local access cable channels and how that vary from Chatham to Harwich
Officials keep eye on slow changes to new inlet
- Scientists have no idea whath the future holds
Orleans, Chatham to examine permits for North Beach ORV access
- Towns jointly explore applying for state and federal permits to allow ORV access during shorebird nesting season
Friends prepare care packages for Colby
- Friends and co-workers assemble care packages for deployed town worker Jeff Colby
HARWICH
Fourth Annual Helping Neighbors Campaign gets underway
- Winter is the busiest time for the Family Pantry in Harwich
MRSA case confirmed at Harwich High School
- Student is recovering well and there was no risk that the infection was transmitted to other students
Harwich teachers decry stalled contract talks
- Teachers staged a silent protest during last week's school committee meeting
Town Counsel's opinion on golf operations challenged
- Power struggle continues to rage
Town Meeting to decide fate of undeveloped Bank Street property
- Should the land be reserved for conservation or kept available for possible sale

Read these and other stories in the Cape Cod Chronicle here

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