FD can resuscitate pets; Webster Woods & affordable housing; "Ponds in Peril"

News from the Upper Cape, January 15, 2008

Enterprise-NewspapersHeadlines from the Enterprise:
Firefighters now equipped to resuscitate injured pets
- Falmouth FD will now be able to save pets from the effects of a house fire just as like they do humans thanks to a donation from Friends of Falmouth Dogs and Falmouth vet Frank Alfano
Spring Falmouth Town Meeting warrant closes
- Deadline to submit articles for the upcoming Town Meeting was Friday
Woods Hole residents explore options for affordable housing in the village
- Residents seek more suitable areas for affordable housing other than Webster Woods
Petitioners file affordable housing article
- Members of the Falmouth Affordable Housing Committee prepared to file an article, but someone beat them to it
Visting university professor introduces students to intricacies of poetry
- Four-day workshop gives 7th graders at the Lawrence School a better understanding of poetry
Affordable housing committee frustrated
- Falmouth Board of Selectmen's decision on Webster Woods frustrates committee members
Young artists find craft energizing, fulfilling
- January 17 reception planned for student art exhibit
CPC revises process for reviewing applications
- Applicants will need to wait longer to see if their funding request has been approved
Forum tomorrow will address preventable medical errors
- Health Care forum to be held Wednesday at 7pm
John Reine back in court in tire slashing incident
- Reine's second arraignment for the alleged crime
'Ponds in Peril' workshop scheduled for January 24
- Sponsored by the Association to Preserve Cape Cod, the Cape Cod Commission and AmeriCorps Cape Cod, the workshop will focus on recent local pond and lake management activities

Read these and other stories in the Enterprise here


falmouth_bulletinHeadlines from the Falmouth Bulletin:
Cape curlers not afraid to throw stones
- Cape Codders taken but what the Scottish call "chess on ice"
Bulletin guest commentary
- Webster Woods decision reveals a double standard

Read these and other stories in the Falmouth Bulletin here

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