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Bird Nerd, Fall 2018: Fall Migrants

08 November 2018 – EASTHAM, MA – Gretchen Moran Towers, The Cape Cod Bird Nerd, visits Fort Hill to discuss three colorful fall migrants on the Cape: the white-throated sparrow, the yellow-rumped warbler, and the golden-crowned kinglet.  

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Inmates and Nonprofits Share an Unlikely Alliance

7 November 2018 – ORLEANS, MA – This month a quiet but effective program helped both Orleans nonprofits and Barnstable County inmates share a winning moment.

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What Taxpayers Need to Know About The New Tax Form

08 November 2018 – EASTHAM, MA – Thinking ahead to next year’s tax return? Expect changes when filing your 2018 return – the new tax form means the 1040-A and 1040-EZ are no more. We caught up with Enrolled Agent Jeff Genter to go over what taxpayers need to know.  

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Tax Experts, Season 6, Episode 3: Overview of IRAs

06 November 2018 – EASTHAM, MA – The Tax Experts walk you through traditional vs. Roth IRAs – the differences and similarities and what you need to know to make an informed choice.

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Outer Cape Community Keeps Searching for Shark Solutions

26 October 2018 – EASTHAM, MA – The search for answers carries on after two shark attacks this past summer on the Outer Cape – one of which was fatal. Officials continue seeking solutions to this complex issue as the dynamics between humans and sharks evolves and changes.

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Eastham Turnip Festival is Coming!

The Eastham Turnip Festival is Coming!  

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Legislative Update: Climate, Transportation, Opioid Crisis

**closed captioned** 23 October 2018 – EASTHAM, MA – Join Teresa Martin, State Rep. Sarah Peake, and State Sen. Julian Cyr for your monthly 15-minute update about legislation affecting the Lower Cape.  

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Get Storm-Ready for the Year’s Nor’Easters

19 October 2018 – EASTHAM, MA – What did we learn last year from the spate of strong storms? Barnstable County Director of Health and Environment Sean O’Brien share a few notes.

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Eastham Historical Society PSA

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Statement from Cape Cod Chamber regarding Shark Attacks

We are extremely saddened by the news of the death of the swimmer today, and extend our sympathies and expressions of support to the family. While details are just now unfolding that can tell us more, we want to note that shark/human interactions are still extremely rare.  The University of Florida data shows that in […]

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