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OCT. 30, 2014


CHATHAM FALLS FOR OKTOBERFEST


Chatham celebrated Oktoberfest last Saturday with music, food and games in Kate Gould Park, as well as awards for the best Pumpkin People displays.  See story and photos on page 43 of this week's paper. JANICE ROGERS PHOTO

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New Regulation Limits Fertilizer Use
CHATHAM The board of health is proposing regulations to control the use of lawn fertilizer. But don't worry; there won't be any "fertilizer police" looking over your shoulder as you treat your front yard.

FULL STORY,  PAGE 1


Non-resident Appointment To Lydia's Cove Group Rankles Fishermen
CHATHAM --- A group of fishermen is considering seeking a special town meeting to repeal a bylaw that allows non-residents to serve on town committees.
FULL STORY,  PAGE  1

'Finest Hours' Holds Extras Casting Call, Page 3
Fire Scorches Bridge St. House, Page 3
Pat Siewert Remembered, Page 11
Selectmen Go For Two Affordable Housing Opportunities, Page 12
Friends Of Sylvan Gardens Host Tours, Planting, Page 35
Meet Matt Millea

At Long Last, Crusaders Claim Victory
PLEASANT LAKE Chris Leonard never stopped believing his team would get back in the win column. Through all the blowout losses, all the heartbreaking ones, and everything in between, the fourth-year Cape Tech football coach remained confident the Crusaders would eventually break through and put their prolonged losing ways behind them.
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After A Bold Season, Sharks Turn Their Attention To State Tournament
HARWICH The goal of the Monomoy field hockey team this year wasn't necessarily to make a return trip to the MIAA state tournament, but that's exactly what they're doing by taking care of the main order of business on their check list.
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Declining School Choice Revenues Challenge FY16 School Budget
HARWICH There are still plenty of unknowns as town and school officials begin the process of shaping the fiscal 2016 Monomoy Regional School District budget, but one factor is becoming clear: School Choice revenues are dwindling.
FULL STORY,  PAGE 1, HARWICH EDITION

Town Officials Developing Plan For More Use Of Albro House
HARWICH Town officials are shaping a plan for the use of the Albro House adjacent to Town Hall on Main Street in Harwich Center. The plan is the offspring of an effort last spring in town meeting to obtain funds to improve the historic structure.
FULL STORY,  PAGE 1, HARWICH EDITION

Towns Talk Wastewater Treatment Sharing, Page 3
Children's Center To Hold Auction, Page 10
State Holds Bay Road Path Hearing, Page 14
Conference Highlights Plight Of Children in Israeli/Palestinian Conflict, Page 34

Endorsements
This week The Chronicle endorses candidates for Harwich Assembly of Delegates, Barnstable County Commission, State Senate, and Ninth District Congressional Representative.
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Fin And Flip On The Cape
Read the continuing adventures of Fin the shark and Flip the seal on our editorial page!


COLUMNS

Writers Block by Tim Wood, Aug. 7
Monomoyick by Andrew Buckley, Oct. 16

Discovering Harwich by Russ Allen, Oct. 2
Harwich To Harwich by Donna Tavano, Oct. 9
Chatham by Foot by John Whelan, Oct. 23 
Letters, Page 23
Meeting Schedule, Page 4
Town Hall Action, Page 6
Minding Your Business

Monomoy School News
News and photos from the regional school district.  See Page x of this week's edition. 

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Lomax Project Comes To Harwich, Page 31 [Left]
Review: 'Born Yesterday' At Eventide
Autism Film At Orpheum To Benefit Orleans Housing Project
Preview: 'Addams Family Musical' At The Academy

Review: 'Fantasticks' At HJT
Review: 'St. Vincent' At the Orpheum

Chatham Woman Writes Guide To Cape Folk Art
Book Club Celebrates 20th Anniversary
Inside The Mind Of Alzheimer's

A Tale Of A Cat And A Fish
Book Details Sol e Mar Sinking
Fall Movie Preview
Intel Teams With Chatham Artist For National Commercial
Embroidery Exhibit At Atwood House
Chatham Author Pens Second Ptown Book

Tagging a 17-foot shark

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