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OCT. 23, 2014


OKTOBERFEST SATURDAY


The Pumpkin People are up in Kate Gould Park, which this Saturday will be the scene of the Chatham Merchants Association's annual Oktoberfest celebration.  See page 5 for story and photos; click here for an online gallery of Pumpkin People pictures. TIM WOOD PHOTO

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Carried Away

Harwich
fourth grader Tyler Reed is playfully carried off the court by Harlem Wizard’s point guard Arthur “King Arthur” Lewis during last Thursday’s night charity event at Monomoy Regional High School. ERIC ADLER PHOTO

Feds Help With Oyster Pond Cleanup
CHATHAM --- For decades, the town has worked to improve water quality in Oyster Pond. The effort, including the 2005 installation of a huge stormwater treatment facility beneath the parking lot and park area at the popular Stage Harbor Road beach, paid off when improved water quality led to the 2008 reopening of long-closed shellfish areas. Reducing nutrient loading in the pond is the aim of the current phase in the town's ongoing, multimillion dollar sewer expansion project.
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Iconic Shore Road Weather Vane Stolen
CHATHAM --- An iconic weather vane that sat atop an historic Shore Road house for more than 40 years has been stolen.
FULL STORY,  PAGE 7

Witches Walk Benefit Friday, Page 5
Officials Hear Preliminary Budget Projections, Page 9
Cumberland Farms Gets Nearly Final OK For New Rotary Store, Page 12
Father, Son Nabbed In Warrant Sweep, Page 14
Oppenheim Named Rotary Man Of The Year, Page 19

A Win, Loss And Tie Mark Monomoy's Inaugural Homecoming
HARWICH – The term "moral victory" is thrown around a lot in high school athletics, and maybe more often than it should, but it's absolutely appropriate in the case of the Monomoy boys soccer team following their scoreless tie against Mashpee on Saturday.
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High-Flying And Hard-Hitting Falcons Spoil Sharks' Homecoming
HARWICH – Playing under bright lights and in front of a spirited homecoming crowd, the stage was set for the Monomoy football team to pull off an upset that would send shock waves through the South Shore League. But Mashpee had other ideas, and acted on them with ease and efficiency.
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NSTAR Under Fire For Widespread Spraying In North Harwich
NORTH HARWICH — Residents along the NSTAR transmission power line right-of-way are upset with what they termed “widespread” spraying of herbicides this past week which they say far exceeded the limits of the Integrated Vegetative Management Program put in place to control growth under the lines.
FULL STORY,  PAGE 1, HARWICH EDITION

Volunteers Assist South Harwich Family Beset By Medical Issues
SOUTH HARWICH — Nothing is more precious than family, and when a child encounters a medical complication parents put all else on hold to address those conditions. Often such decisions come with a price, as has been the case for Tammy and Howard Tansey.
FULL STORY,  PAGE 1, HARWICH EDITION

Pleasant Bay Boating Rounds Funding Mark, Page 3
Commission Wants HECH To Save Historic Home, Page 7
Selectmen Tour Controversy Cemetery Garden, Page 10
Welt Mural Is History, Page 14
Meet Ruby Wolf, Page 4

More Money For Shark Research
Recently, State Shark Expert Dr. Greg Skomal tagged the 16th great white shark of the season, beating out the previous record of 15 sharks tagged in a single year. Skomal and his team have identified at least 60 individual white sharks over the past few months, probably more by the time this sees print.
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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, Page 22 
Letters, Page 23
Meeting Schedule, Page 4
Town Hall Action, Page 6
Minding Your Business

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