Key Waterfront Purchase, Zoning Changes Top Chatham
CHATHAM – Significant zoning changes,
purchase of a key waterfront parcel and a passionate
battle over an obscure but significant sewer regulation
change highlight next week's annual town meeting.
FULL STORY, PAGE 1
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Fisherman And Crew Are Safe After Boat Sinks Off N.J.
Together with his two-man crew, a well known local
fisherman living in New Jersey escaped disaster after
his fishing boat collided with a tugboat and sank about
six miles east of Cape May, N.J. Thursday.
FULL STORY, PAGE
Chatham Candidate Profiles, Page 5
Selectmen Wade Into Political Sign Regulation, Page 9
Selectmen, School Com Candidate Forum, Page 10
Forum: Plenty Of Water, Page 12
Tax Work-off Meeting Slated, Page 17
Behind Adam Rose's Release Remain A Mystery
In the days since learning that
Monomoy boys basketball coach Adam Rose was
unexpectedly released, his supporters have
raised their voices. They’ve written letters,
staged a peaceful protest at last week's pep
rally, and generated nearly 700 signatures on an
online petition. Several players and one parent
spoke out at the April 27 school committee
meeting. While they’ve garnered attention, what
they really want is answers, and they’re not
SEE SPORTS PAGES FOR FULL STORY
Boys Tennis Celebrates First Win of 2016 Season
It hasn't been the easiest season for the
Monomoy boys tennis team, but last week they
celebrated their first victory of 2016 with a
5-0 win against Carver at the Brooks Park
SEE SPORTS PAGES FOR FULL STORY
CHRONICLE DINING GUIDE
Find menus from dozens of local residents in
this handy guide in this week's paper. Read
Read our latest Real Estate Supplement
Harbor Project Approved
HARWICH — A large but generally quiet
crowd attended the annual town meeting on Monday night.
The absence of
debate on the vast majority of the 65
articles in the warrant allowed the legislative body to
move through all but 10 articles in the annual warrant
on the opening night.
PAGE 1, HARWICH
Schuessler To Be
Honored For Two Decades In Cape Theater
the Cape Cod Theatre Company, Home of the
Harwich Jr. Theatre, often talk
about the confidence the theater instilled in them as
children—a confidence that they also attribute to the
guidance of Nina Schuessler.
FULL STORY, PAGE 15
Anderson's "A Year By The Sea" Debuts, Page 7
Commission Endorses Wastewater Plan, Page 13
Tour de Trash Yields 400 Pounds Of Rubbish, Page 17
Chatham voters have a tough choice at the
ballot box next Thursday. Three strong candidates are
running for two seats on the board of selectmen. All
have qualities and skills that would benefit the current
mix of board members, as well as the community.
SEE THE EDITORIAL PAGE
And Flip On The Cape
Read the continuing adventures of Fin the shark and Flip
the seal on our editorial page!
Block by Tim Wood, Oct. 22
by Andrew Buckley, March 17
Harwich by Russ Allen, Page 30
Harwich To Harwich by Donna Tavano, March 10
Chatham by Foot by John Whelan, March 24
Letters, Page 31
Meeting Schedule, Page 4
Town Hall Action, Page 6
News and photos from the regional school district.
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