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Brewster Green Resort
The 56, two and three bedroom, condominiums range in size from 1,100 to 1,600 square feet. Each condominium is tastefully decorated and includes a full kitchen, dining room, living room with fireplace, 42 inch flat screen TV's, VCR/DVD players and CD stereo systems, one to two bathrooms, master bedroom with king size bed, washer and dryer, and more. The resort amenities include indoor and outdoor pools, sauna, hot tub, two tennis courts, two racquetball courts, shuffleboard, exercise room and more (click on resort amenities).The community of Brewster dates back to the early 1600's. Sea Captain homes, Antique shops, Gift shops and restaurants line the sides of picturesque Route 6A. Bayside beaches, Cape Cod Bike Trail, Walking trails at the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History and Nickerson State Park offer exercise or relaxation in natural surroundings (click on area attractions). Brewster Green Resort is a year-round vacation destination perfect for a quiet getaway or a full family excursion. So click away but don't delay in making plans to visit us. We look forward to seeing you at Brewster Green Resort.

203 Lund Farm Way, Brewster, MA &
phone: 508-896-7551

Falmouth man charged after threatening police officers
Man charged after threatening police officersFALMOUTH — A Falmouth man was arrested after threatening to shoot a police officer and assault a second officer Thursday afternoon, according to a Falmouth police Facebook post.Jonathan Emerald, 31, of East Falmouth, was charged with three counts of intimidation of a witness, juror, police officer or court official; assault with intent to murder; and threat to commit a crime (assault and battery), the post said. [...]
80 Years Ago: Great New England Hurricane of 1938 Ravaged Region
HYANNIS ? It was 80 years ago Friday that New England was struck by one of the most destructive storms in the region?s history. The Great New England Hurricane of 1938 blasted the coastline and interior areas with winds well over 100 mph, killing at least 700 people. According to the National Hurricane Center, the? .
Falmouth Officers Who Were Shot Receive Awards
Deck: Mass. Coalition of Police Platinum AwardTowns: FalmouthTopic: Police and Fire NewsHub Category: Police and FireAuthor: CapeCodToday StaffTeaser: Mass. Coalition of Police Platinum Award?Main Image: Main Image Credit: Falmouth officers Ryan Moore and Donald DeMiranda with their awards. (FPD photo)Thumbnail Image: Body:  From the Falmouth Police Department: The Massachusetts Coalition of Police Platinum Award was presented to Officer?
Dead whale washes up on Revere Beach
REVERE — State police reported Friday morning that an approximately 25-foot-long whale carcass washed up at Revere Beach.Specialists from the New England Aquarium were in route, according to the state police Twitter post. State troopers were at the scene to protect the carcass until researchers could arrive, according to the post.A comment from the aquarium was not immediately available at 9 a.m. 
Weekend Warrior: I?ve got albie fever and the only prescription is more albies
You heard me say it, folks. Wayyyyyy back in July. What a strange season. I?ll give the full s
Over 100 dead after Tanzania ferry sinks on Lake Victoria
KAMPALA, Uganda — The death toll rose above 100 after a ferry capsized and sank on Lake Victoria, Tanzania state radio reported Friday, while a second day of rescue efforts raced the setting sun.The toll was likely to go up, John Mongella, commissioner for the Mwanza region, told The Associated Press after dozens of security forces and volunteers resumed work at daybreak.?More than 200 people are feared dead,? based on accounts from fishermen and others nearby, [...]
Grant Money for Cape Water Projects Announced
  BUZZARDS BAY ? Restore America?s Estuaries, a national non-profit working toward the protection and restoration of bays and estuaries, is partnering with the Federal Environmental Protection Agency to deliver about 2 million dollars in grant funding to several Cape Cod organizations concerned with preserving? .
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