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A Terrific Cape Cod Vacation For $500

Forget about renting a Cape Cod house for $2500 a week, or cramming into a motel room for $175 a night! Your family of four can stay in Brewster, one of the most beautiful places on Cape Cod, for $500 a week without sacrificing any fun, and that price includes your lodging, food and activities! Really!

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Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant

Patrick Shares Concerns With NRC About Pilgrim Nuclear Plant

 Gov. Deval Patrick has written the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, expressing concerns about the safety of the Pilgrim nuclear power plant in Plymouth. 
 
    Patrick was fulfilling a promise he made earlier this month after meeting with the head of a group of Cape Cod residents hoping to close the plant

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Activists To Push for Closing Of Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant

Residents from across Cape Cod are planning to converge on the Statehouse to call on Gov. Deval Patrick to help shut down the Pilgrim nuclear power plant in Plymouth.
 
    Activists are tying their visit Monday to the eve of the third anniversary of the meltdowns at the Fukushima nuclear power plants in Japan

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Danish Firm Invests In Cape Wind Project

The board of a Danish export credit agency has approved a $600 million loan to the Cape Wind offshore energy project.

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New Toll Bridge Considered For Cape Cod

An oversight committee is looking at the possibility of a third bridge over the Cape Cod Canal. The new bridge would be built next to the Sagamore Bridge with a possible five-dollar toll to pay for construction and maintenance

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NStar Stations Mobile Command Centers In Eastern Mass.

NStar says it has laid the groundwork to deal with the impact of a winter storm that meteorologists forecasts will unleash wet, heavy snow and blizzard-like conditions in eastern Massachusetts.

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Cape Cod Woman Drives Into Store

Police in Barnstable say an 88 year old woman crashed her car through the plate glass window of a store in Hyannis. Fortunately, the store was vacant at the time.

Police told the Cape Cod Times, Dorothy O'Connell first hit the back of a car, that was going through an intersection near the store, then hit the gas, and her car jumped the curb and smashed into the storefront

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Please Don’t Feed Cape Cod Coyotes

Officials at the Cape Cod National Seashore are threatening to close a parking lot in Provincetown because people have been feeding coyotes, prompting the animals to start begging at cars.

Seashore chief ranger Leslie Reynolds says nine coyotes were spotted begging at cars one night last month at Herring Cove Beach

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Feds Send $10 Million To Mass. For Restoration Projects

 

Massachusetts has received $10.4 million in federal funding for four ecological restoration projects stemming from last year's Superstorm Sandy.
 
    The projects are all located on Cape Cod or southeastern Massachusetts.
 

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Here’s What Our Listeners Think About the Bra Display on the Cape

An effort to raise breast cancer awareness has drawn criticism on Cape Cod.

Firefighters in Barnstable and West Barnstable have been competing to see which department can collect the most bras and money

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