Circuit City closer; Crook to coach; Carnes calls it quits

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Either Circuit City of the town may buy the former Chili's site on the airport rotary in Hyannis.

News from the Mid Cape, January 24, 2008

RegisterHeadlines from the Barnstable Register:
Traffic, economics cloud Circuit City plan
- Berkshire Development comes one step closer to putting a Circuit City on Route 132
Doug Crook named Barnstable football coach
- Crook will bring experience and expertise to the Red Raiders team

Read these and other stories in the Barnstable Register here

Headlines from the Yarmouth Register:
AmeriCorps remembers Martin Luther King Jr.
- Volunteers set out to help the community, remembering MLK's work & words
Yarmouth wants say regarding airport noise
- Early morning airport traffic out of Barnstable makes it quite noisy in West Yarmouth
Here comes the sun
- Peter White  has worked to get photovaltaic panels on the Yarmouth Town Hall
A fond farewell
- Yarmouth Police Chief Peter Carnes retires after 18 years on the force
A long time coming
- New fire station 3 opened on Buck Island Road
Marble bowling knocks others out of the ring
- Mary Joan Rezendes developed the game for the Get Up and Get Active Contest

Read these and other stories in the Yarmouth Register here

Headlines from the Dennis Register:
Cleanup yields  free firewood in Dennis
- Firewood give-away will take place at the old landfill entrance on Saturday
New life for landmark
- Preservation and expansion project underway at the 1838 Dennis Union Church
Cape friends help arctic visitor
- Jeff Dulkie, part-time natural resources officer in Dennis rescued a thick-billed murre
Dennis dog license deadline looming
- Dogs must be licensed by Thursday the 31st to avoid late fee

Read these and other stories in the Dennis Register here

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barnpatriotHeadlines from the Barnstable Patriot:
Town, Circuit City developer may buy Chili's land
- Town may purchase Chili's land and dirt lot in front of Wendy's on Route 132
Cape Codders invited to board the freedom train
- Celebrating Dr. King

Read these and other stories in the Barnstable Patriot here

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