News from the Upper Cape, January 22, 2008
Headlines from the Bourne Courier:
Plans for new Mezza Luna taking shape
- A new restaurant will rise from the ashes--possibly by the end of the year
Battle of the bands will help Mezza Luna staff
- A battle of the bands will be held Sunday, February 10th at the Sandwich Taverna
State share of BPL project rises by $400,000
- Community helps with fundraising for Bourne's public library
Remnants of Mezza Luna are demolished
- The remnants of the burned out Buzzard's Bay restaurant were torn down Monday
Read these and other stories in the Bourne Courier here.
Headlines from the Falmouth Bulletin:
Early morning sweep nets 25
- Results of Falmouth's early morning drug sweep on Friday
After drug arrests, some questions
- Questions such as, what does this mean on a larger scale?
Read these and other stories in the Falmouth Bulletin here.
Headlines from the Enterprise:
School Department to clean up chemicals
- The MA DEP is funding the project at Falmouth High School
Cost of Falmouth High School indeterminate?
- School committee submitted an article for more money for renovations, but didn't say how much
SRO crowd reaffirms Dr. Martin Luther King's message
- Yesterday's inaugural breakfast at the Unitarian Univeralist Fellowship in Falmouth transported attendees back to 1963
Veteran of WWII long-time friend arranges for delivery of medals
- Ralph Moniz Sr. finally receives World War II medals of honor
Comcast waives fee to change cable service
- Falmouth residents have until 2/1 to downgrade or terminate their cable service
Cutting, dumping ongoing problem on town land on Great Pond
- Woman caught in the act of cutting down town-owned trees to clear view
Military support group's work rewarded with letters of thanks from soldiers
- “I really get speechless at times when I see how much support I get from everyone in Falmouth.”
Decision on plume cleanup could come a year from now
- Air Force and environmental officials agree to disagree
Water main ruptures in East Falmouth
- Joint failure causes rupture
Read these and other stories in the Enterprise here.