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WEEK OF NOV. 20-26, 2014


CHILLY START

Cold weather finally descended on the Lower Cape this week, as a cold day dawned on Chatham Harbor Wednesday. TIM WOOD PHOTO


CHEERS!

Harwich's
David Cook gets his photo taken with New England Patriots cheerleaders Jackie Jamiel and Megan Swain Saturday at the grand re-opening of the East Harwich Stop and Shop. See page 52 for more photos. ERIC ADLER PHOTO

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Stage Harbor Historic District Explored
CHATHAM --- Once known as Atwood Street for the family whose homes dominated it, Stage Harbor Road has one of the densest concentrations of old houses in town. A drive down the scenic road also reveals that several of them are for sale, and that worries some people.
FULL STORY,  PAGE 1

It's Not Easy To Surprise Eldredge Library's Longtime Director
CHATHAM --
Organizers of a surprise reception to honor Eldredge Public Library director Irene Gillies learned something the hard way last Thursday afternoon surprising Gillies in the library she has headed up for 35 years may be an impossible task.
FULL STORY,  PAGE 31

Chatham During World War II, Page 5
Skiffs Must Be Off Beach By Nov. 30, Page 7
Selectmen Hear Charter Recommendations, Page 9
Children's Fund Launches Holiday Drive, Page 12
Firefighters Hold Technical Rescue Drill, Page 15
Former Selectman Clarence Norcross Remembered, Page 24
Realty Contributes To Habitat, Page 39

Sharks Don't Lack Spirit But Fall To Holbrook/Avon In Season Finale
HARWICH As the Sharks warmed up for their final game of the season, you could see there was fire in their eyes and a spring in their step. But emotion only goes so far on a football field and oftentimes not far enough.
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Sloppy Crusaders Turn The Ball Over Six Times In Loss To Diman Voke
HARWICH Their field was ravaged, one of their fans was ejected, they couldn't hold onto the ball, and they lost a late lead. Saturday was one day the Cape Tech football team would soon like to forget.
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Selectmen Want Answers On NSTAR Horse Farm Spraying
HARWICH There was a clear message delivered to selectmen Monday night that they need to take a stand on the lack of oversight by the commonwealth and NSTAR when it comes to spraying herbicides along transmission power line right-of-ways.
FULL STORY,  PAGE 1, HARWICH EDITION

Pilgrim Grand-
mothers Sentenced For Civil Disobedience

For Diane Turco and Mary Conathan, practicing civil disobedience is more than a way to protest the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station. It's a conviction.
FULL STORY,  PAGE 1

Harwich Port Needs More Parking, Page 3
Pantry Thrift Shop To Move, Page 5
Author, Musician Find Home In Harwich, Page 7
Affordable Housing Plan Nixed, Page 10
Cemetery Commission, Church Seek Resolution To Memorial Garden Problem, Page 11
Schools Put Forth Enrollment Projection, Page 13
Meet Sean Burke, Page 2


Another Regional Opportunity
If you look back at the minutes of the Chatham Summer Town Meeting, you'll find references to parking problems going back to the 1950s, perhaps earlier. Parking has been a matter of concern here ever since the automobile began to dominate the landscape in the mid 20th century. It's still a matter of primary concern in both Chatham and Harwich, even if only for 10 weeks out of the year, as we've seen in recent weeks.
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Fin And Flip On The Cape
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COLUMNS

Writers Block by Tim Wood, Aug. 7
Monomoyick by Andrew Buckley, Page 26

Discovering Harwich by Russ Allen, Nov. 6
Harwich To Harwich by Donna Tavano, Nov. 13
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 44 of this week's edition. 

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Review: 'Funny Girl' At Cape Rep
Review: 'Jekyll and Hyde: The Musical' At Drama Guild
Review: 'God Of Carnage' At Elements Theater Company [Left]
Movie Review: 'Big Hero 6' At Orpheum
The Chatham Man Who Helped Invent The Modern World
Review: 'Addams Family Musical' At The Academy

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

Chatham Author Pens Second Ptown Book


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