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oyster pond chatham

Famous in its own right, it just so happens that Chatham also gets to lay claim to several famous names and faces. In fact, you’ll find that several notable people can be traced to the Chatham area, some who currently own homes in the area and some that have moved on, but left their mark on the area.

Harry Connick, Jr.

One such resident is musician and actor Harry Connick, Junior. If you think perhaps you’ve crossed paths with the famous entertainer before on the Cape, you may just be right. That’s because Connick happens to own a summer home in Chatham, reportedly located on Oyster Pond. He’s been spotted before making his way around town, stopping at locations such as Cape Cod’s Four Seas Ice Cream and at the local farmer’s market.

Todd Eldredge


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Orleans sewer installation schedule

Road Construction/Traffic Redirection Information

Main Street Sewer Project

03/28/18 – 04/04/18:  Begin running main line on Academy Place from Main St. to Rte 28

03/28/18 – 04/06/18:  Begin running main line on 6A from Main St. heading to the Hole in One.

04/05/18 – 04/24/18:  Begin running main line on Main St. from the Library heading towards Brewster Cross Rd.

I would anticipate one more library parking lot closure on or about 4/5/18.

04/09/18 – 04/19/18:  Begin running main line on 6A from Main St. heading to the 115 Cranberry Highway

04/19/18 – 04/30/18:  Run main on Main st. from 6A to Old Colony and then up Old Colony to the Chocolate Sparrow.

04/24/18 – 05/01/18:  Run main from Brewster Cross Rd. to Cummings Rd.

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great island - wellfleet ma

Rich in history and tradition, Cape Cod also allows for plenty of room for natural exploration, with Wellfleet’s conservation trails being some of the best options for enjoying the beauty of the area. There are several ways to experience Wellfleet Bay, from a nature center to numerous conservation trails.

The Bay View Trail, in particular, leads visitors along a windy trail through woodlands. Noted as the longest trail within the Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary, the trail also takes visitors right along the edge of a salt marsh. It’s a fantastic way to see, hear and appreciate wildlife, with a variety of birds coming to the area throughout the year. It’s also a great location to see the unusual sandplain grasslands, filled with rare animals and

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