Old Village Working To Restore Stairs At Water St.
CHATHAM --- Within a year of the first
break in North Beach in 1987, four town landings along
the town's eastern shore were lost. Limited access was
eventually restored at two, and officials now have a
plan to open up a third, a traditional access to the
shore for more than 200 years.
STORY, PAGE 1
Pt. Homeowner Must Return To Historical Commission
CHATHAM --- There are more problems for
the controversial property at 36 Sears Point Rd. Last
February, owner David Rogers was fined after he damaged
the shorefront with a small skid steer. But a year and a
half prior to that, the historical commission had
imposed an 18-month demolition delay after Rogers sought
to tear down the historical home on the property.
FULL STORY, PAGE 1
Community Rallies Around Chatham Family, Page 5
Higher Electric Rates Means More Emphasis On
Conservation, Page 7
First Night Buttons On Sale, Page 14
Chamber Christmas Trees Up In Park, Page 17
Ornament Raises Money For Angel Fund, Page 17
Fire Dept. Toy Drive, Page 18
Community Dodgeball Game, Page 21
BLiska Scavenger Hunt Race Draws 27 Teams, Page 27
School Sports Review
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Former Chatham Resident Wins Southern Racing
CHATHAM – Former Chatham resident Devin
O’Connell, a 17-year-old junior at Daniel Hand
High School in Madison, Conn. was recently
crowned champion in the 2014 Allison Legacy
Touring Series Champion.
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HECH Folds Its Hand On West Harwich Housing Project
HARWICH — In the face of opposition to
the demolition of an 1850s Greek Revival along Route 28
in West Harwich, Harwich Ecumenical Council for Housing
took a firm stance before the historic district and
historical commission last week in demanding a
demolition delay provision be acted upon.
STORY, PAGE 1, HARWICH EDITION
Cape Tech Could Undergo An Extreme Makeover
LAKE — When it comes to seeking state funds to help
renovate or rebuild Cape Cod Tech, school officials hope
the fifth time's the charm.
STORY, PAGE 3
Committee Tries Again With Middle School, Page 5
Monomoy Student Serve Seniors Thanksgiving Dinner, Page
Selectmen Call For More Monitoring Of NSTAR Spraying,
Charter School Students Brush Up Their Shakesepeare,
Mural Group To Use Funds For Arts Programs, Page 11
Neighbors Sue Over Beach Path, Page 25
Feed The Cape
Thirty years ago, a scruffy group of
musicians gathered in a London studio to record a song
that would go on to raise millions for African famine
relief. Two weeks ago, another group of musicians, some
of them not even born when the first Band Aid song was
released, gathered in the same London studio to record a
new version of "Do They Know It's Christmas." While the
cause has changed -- this year funds will go toward
fighting the Ebola outbreak in West Africa -- the chorus
of the song remains the same: "Feed the world." The
Family Pantry doesn't try to feed the world, but it does
feed Cape Cod.
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Block by Tim Wood, Aug. 7
Monomoyick by Andrew Buckley, Nov. 20
Discovering Harwich by Russ Allen, Nov. 6
Harwich by Donna Tavano, Nov. 13
Foot by John Whelan, Page 29
Letters, Page 23
Meeting Schedule, Page 4
Town Hall Action, Page 6
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