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Bearing due west at 15 miles, I caught sight of a single flashing light in the darkness. I’d seen it plenty of times, but still wasn’t sure, not having a chart handy.
“What are those four lights in a row to the right of it?” my companion asked.
“Chatham Bars Inn. Just up Shore Road. Those are the lights on the top floor,” I said.
Find out what’s on the agenda for tonight’s Town Council meeting, Barnstable Police open a new sub-station, and the Wings of Freedom tour returns to Barnstable Municipal Airport.
Already the sun is setting much earlier than it was Labor Day, the air is substantially cooler and I don't think I have mowed the lawn since the last week of August. Great on my electric bill since I have a plug in mower, I don't mow and I don't have to worry about the electric bill. Still looking for a way to afford the Scallop Festival but just don't think it's going to work again this year, really bits cause the weather looks like it is going to be outstanding. Besides saving my pennies for the Oyster Festival in October.
We take you inside the Wings of Freedom Tour that is now at the Barnstable Municipal Airport and talk with WWII Veterans about their experiences.
The day Glen Charles met Eddie Doyle, his life changed forever.
Town Council will again postpone a vote regarding the shooting range in West Barnstable, a project to improve roadways in Cotuit will soon begin, and the Barnstable Police Department will open a new sub-station tomorrow.
Have you discovered the wonders of coconut oil? For years, we’ve been told that coconut oil is bad for you, but the reality is coconut oil has just the right kinds of fats, the same medium-chain fatty acids found in mother’s milk and essential to optimum health and disease prevention. Coconut oil is in fact a miracle oil and one of the earliest oils used as a food and as a pharmaceutical. People who live in tropical climates with a coconut-based diet have fewer incidences of heart disease, cancer, digestive complaints and prostate problems.
By Jonathan Mayo
As one who frequently walks the woods of Cape Cod I have come to some disagreement with friends about whether or not bears trudge just below our radar on old Cape Cod. Now we all know about the "Cape Cod Bear" but do others still remain? One friend says "no way" to which I respond, "They don't make it a point to be seen." I found some very large pawprints in the woods last winter but that was the only clue I could find-until now.
NY Times headline today shouts:
Germany’s renewable-energy push has had an impact far beyond its shores, driving down costs faster than almost anyone thought possible just a few years ago...
During construction, Cape Wind will need a staging facility at a New England port where it will assemble turbines and monopoles for transport to the wind farm site. Whatever port hosts that facility will benefit from significant additional economic activity. This will be especially true if, in the long term, Cape Wind spurs the development of a larger offshore wind industry in the Northeast (note to Cape Wind opponents: I said “if”).