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Beech Tree Cantina
There are several theories regarding the planting of this magnificent English Weeping Beech tree. The most plausible one is based on historical fact:? Most people believe that the American Revolution started with “the shot heard round the world” in Concord. 1775. In fact, the seeds of the Revolution were sown 14 years earlier by a fiery West Barnstable patriot named James Otis. As a representative of Massachusetts to the provincial General Court in 1761, Otis proposed a meeting of representatives of all the Colonies. This led to the assembly of The Stamp Act Congress of 1765 which eliminated the taxes on stamps and other goods. John Adams credited Otis with igniting “… the spark by which the child Independence was born.” Three years later, the British retaliated with the Townshend Act which would tax many goods shipped in from England that America needed but had little of. Once again, James Otis spoke up: “Let Great Britain rescind her measures, or the colonies are lost forever.” Within a year, he was attacked by British revenue officers and sustained a head wound that “… caused him to lose his mind.” This was an obvious message to the upstarts of Barnstable.

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Mashpee police chief finalist for NH job
MASHPEE — Mashpee Police Chief Scott Carline is one of six finalists from across the country for the top police job in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.Carline, who has been on the Mashpee force for more than a decade, was among more than 60 applicants for the police chief post. He and the other finalists will participate in daylong interviews Friday before the city’s Police Commission narrows the field to its top two choices by May 3, Police Commissioner Joe Onosko said at a [...]
Court asked to reconsider ruling on Aquinnah gaming hall
BOSTON — Lawyers for the state and town of Aquinnah on Monday formally asked a federal court to rehear a case that paved the way for the Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah) to open a gaming hall on Martha’s Vineyard.Assistant attorneys general and lawyers for the town and the Aquinnah/Gay Head Community Association petitioned the 1st U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to reconsider an April 3 ruling that found the tribe could open a bingo hall at its community center.  [...]
Sewers plans, pot shops on Harwich warrant
HARWICH — Annual town meeting on May 1 will tackle one of the biggest ticket items facing communities across Cape Cod: wastewater management.Selectmen decided not to go forward this year with asking for nearly $23 million in anticipated construction funding to sewer most of East Harwich, but to instead request a little over $9 million to pay for the design of the system and to implement an intermunicipal agreement with Chatham. That cost includes a $6.75 million payment to [...]
Move launches to block Falmouth senior center
Opponents favor return to high school site over downtown location.
May Opportunities to learn and lead! Cape-wide events
A couple new events for April, too! FEATURED EVENT: Cape Cod Women for Change Event! Emerge Training
Kitchen fire damages South Yarmouth apartment
SOUTH YARMOUTH — A kitchen fire caused significant damage to an apartment on Alewife Circle Tuesday afternoon.“The fire damage was confined to the kitchen,” Yarmouth Deputy Fire Chief Jonathan Sawyer. “The smoke damage was throughout the apartment.?Yarmouth firefighters put out the blaze upon arrival, and then ventilated the apartment.The fire, at 1100 Alewife Circle, Unit 1218, was reported to Yarmouth firefighters at 1:40 p.m., [...]
Barnstable sergeant on leave after leaving gun in restaurant
HYANNIS — A Barnstable police sergeant and 19-year veteran of the force has been on paid administrative leave since September when he left his loaded firearm in the bathroom of a Bourne restaurant where he had eaten breakfast, according to Chief Paul MacDonald.The handgun was later found by a 10-year-old boy and his father, MacDonald said Tuesday during an interview about the incident.After finishing his meal, Sgt. Christopher Challies, 45, entered the bathroom, where he [...]
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