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At the Tern Inn, your Cape Cod vacation is not just in the accommodations, it’s the type of place where your vacation memories are made…
We like to think of the Tern Inn as a visit to “Cape Cod as it should be.” We are in a quiet residential neighborhood, just a short walk to a lovely sandy beach on Nantucket Sound. We have a pool and recreation area, and gas grills and picnic tables are available for your enjoyment.
The best places on the Cape are the ones you discover for yourself. Come and visit, and explore Harwich , a very centrally located Cape Cod village that can provide hours of biking, fishing, and hiking, or simply great days by the water. Come to the Tern Inn of Harwich Cape Cod and experience Cape Cod as it should be.
91 Chase Street, West Harwich, MA &
|Hairy for charity|
|OnlineWatch a video about the facial hair fundraiser: capecodtimes.com|
|Staff cuts in Bourne dim holiday lights|
|BUZZARDS BAY — The holiday displays at two Bourne rotaries that have brightened the nights of those stuck in seasonal traffic each winter have fallen victim to budget cuts made in the wake of a failed Proposition 2½ override. Each year for as long as Town Administrator Thomas Guerino and Selectman Peter Meier can remember, the Bourne Department of Public Works has assigned seven employees to decorate the east and west end rotaries as well as Buzzards Bay Park for the [...]|
|Harbor projects floated|
|HARWICH — Approximately a million dollars a year flow into town coffers from its harbors, most of which is income from fees charged to rent out slips and moorings at Saquatucket Harbor, the town?s largest municipal port and marina.But it might be time for Harwich to give some back as the infrastructure that supports that revenue stream is showing its age. The dock system for 191 boat slips is more than 30 years old and the marina area is in need of dredging. Consultants [...]|
|Sherry Redd Green|
|NAPLES, FL and CENTERVILLE, MA - Sherry Redd Green, of Naples, FL and Centerville, MA passed away at the age of 75, on Nov. 27, 2015.Sherry was born in Sterling, IL, on July 10, 1940 and raised in Newton, MA, where she graduated in 1958 from Beaver Country Day School. Sherry married her husband, Alan, in 1972. They raised eight children between them: Richard Lee, Randal Green, Wendy Lee Joakim, Alan “Chip” Green, Jr., William Kirk Lee, Timothy Green, Christopher Lee, and [...]|
|Corinne B. (Mimeault) King, 95|
|WORCESTER - Corinne B. (Mimeault) King, 95, of Worcester, passed away Saturday, Nov. 28, 2015. Her husband of 49 years, George J. King, died in 1990. She leaves two sons, Hon. Ronald W. King and his wife Elizabeth of Worcester, and Bruce P. King and his wife Mary of Etna, NH; a daughter, Patricia A. King - Oberg and Gregory Parsons of Sandwich; 11 grandchildren, Brendan, Brian, Brett, Bradford, Kevin, Sarah, Stephen, William, James, Corinne, and Caroline; 12 great grandchildren; many nephews [...]|
|WEST YARMOUTH - Gary Bruns of West Yarmouth passed away Nov. 19, 2015 from a long time illness. He leaves behind his fiance Donna Tomaselli, step - son Chris Tomaselli, brother Paul Bruns, and many aunts, cousins, and friends. One more hug, til we meet in heaven.A celebration of life will be held Sunday, Dec. 6, 2015, from 1 to 4 p.m. at Yarmouth Moose Lodge, South Yarmouth, Route 28.|
|Shad P. Tessier, 43|
|HARWICH - Shad P. Tessier, 43, of Harwich, died unexpectedly in his home on Nov. 25, 2015. He was born Feb. 22, 1972 in Worcester, MA to Priscilla and Paul. He graduated from St. John’s High School in Shrewsbury, and received his bachelor’s degree from UMass Amherst, where he was a member of the Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity.Shad is survived by his loving wife Kelley (Trask) Tessier and his daughters, Megan, Natalie, and Ava Baker of Harwich; his mother Priscilla (Keddy) [...]|