Truelove Camp stranded; D-Y to woo Harwich; Chicks with sticks

News from the Lower Cape, January 16, 2008

CC-ChronicleHeadlines from the Cape Cod Chronicle:
CHATHAM
Retreating beach strands Truelove Camp
- Truelove Camp survived the weather that beat North Beach earlier this week
Giese: Tide data shows new inlet now well established
- The net inlet to Pleasant Bay has become "increasingly well established" in the last two months
Hinchey proposes $31M budget
- The proposed 2009 budget is a 3.1% increase over the current budget
Nitrogen loading figures revised
- State releases revised nitrogen loading figures for three Chatham estuaries
Library 'mini-university' winter/spring term set
- This year's Learning Series features thirteen courses, with most beginning at the end of January
HARWICH
Scientists warn of nitrogen impacts on marine waters
- Residents receive assessment this week of the health of embayments, estuaries and salt marshes
East Harwich Plaza sold for $10.4M to Burlington Group
- Burlington-based retail real estate acquisition and operating company buys busy plaza
BackOffice gets big investment
- Outside company invests $30M allowing the IT company to expand
Com center job at risk
- Proposed community center staff cut draws fire
Students poll in NH primary
- Harwich High student's exit poll was "right on the money"
SPORTS
Stick sisters
- Three Harwich girls hold their own playing on the boys hockey team
Harwich hockey team off to slow start in South Shore League
- Despite Harwich goalie Frank Ulsch's season-high 43 saves, Harwich loses to Carver/Sacred Heart 5-2

Read these and other stories in the Cape Cod Chronicle here

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harwich_oracle_155Headlines from the Harwich Oracle:
Goldman Sachs invests $30M in Harwich-based tech firm
- New York-based investment bank to invest in local global data solutions provider
Teens charged in counterfeiting scheme
- Three teens arrested and charged with manufacturing counterfeit currency, possession of counterfeit currency and conspiracy
Heroes, martyrs remembered
- Harwich artist painted a series of artworks focused on MLK and milestones of the civil rights movement
D-Y makes overture for Harwich regionalization
- Overture follows Harwich being placed on the regional assessment list by the state

Read these and other stories in the Harwich Oracle here

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