After fatal shark attack, some complain of slow response

Some Cape Cod residents fear officials are responding too slowly after last summer's two shark attacks
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Cape Cod St. Patrick's Parade to honor slain officer

The annual Cape Cod St. Patrick's Parade will honor a Yarmouth police officer who was killed last year in the line of duty
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Significant drop in shark bites reported worldwide in 2018

University of Florida researchers say far fewer shark bites were reported worldwide last year
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US panel hears arguments in nuclear waste storage case

Environmentalists and nuclear watchdog groups are lining up against plans to build a multibillion-dollar storage facility in southeastern New Mexico for spent n
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Fed survey finds businesses worried by political uncertainty

Fed survey cites rising concerns about stock market volatility and political uncertainty
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Man who received pot shipments gets prison time

A Rhode Island man who had more than 100 pounds of marijuana sent from California to a Massachusetts shipping company has been sentenced to 2 ½ years in pris
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Court records detail Spacey's encounter with teenager

A Massachusetts man who says he was groped by Kevin Spacey at a Nantucket restaurant in 2016 caught part of his encounter with the actor on video
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In the land of Jaws, a real-life shark debate

Cape Cod is grappling with how to respond to this summer's two shark attacks before beaches reopen next year
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Agency works to correct problems with Head Start on Cape Cod

A child development agency on Cape Cod is working to correct multiple problems with its Head Start preschool programs after a scathing federal report
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Report: Ferry agency cheap, plagued by internal conflicts

A study by outside consultants found that a beleaguered Massachusetts steamship agency is cheap and plagued by in-fighting
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State closes medical marijuana dispensaries on Cape Cod

The state of Massachusetts has order that medical marijuana dispensaries in Mashpee and Plymouth close due to concerns about pesticides
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Rare whales arrival earlier than typical in Cape Cod Bay

Marine scientists say endangered North Atlantic right whales have been spotted in Cape Cod Bay for the first time this feeding season
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Cold-stunned turtles flown from New England to Florida Keys

Officials say 32 cold-stunned Kemp's ridley sea turtles rescued off New England's coast have arrived in the Florida Keys to warm up at the Turtle Hospital
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Hackers steal $800,000 from Massachusetts college

A Massachusetts community college is beefing up its cybersecurity after hackers stole $800,000 through an infected email
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New England shellfish harvest OK'd, with more monitoring

A regulatory board is allowing shellfish harvesting in a key management area off of New England, though more monitoring of the fishery will now apply
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Authorities release name of child killed on Cape Cod

Police in Massachusetts have released the name of the 7-year-old boy struck and killed by a piece of heavy equipment last weekend
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Child struck, killed by skid-steer machine on Cape Cod

Authorities say a 7-year-old boy was struck and killed by a skid-steer loader on Cape Cod
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Electronic fishery monitoring gets big boost in US

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and a pair of foundations are funding a suite of projects around the country designed to improve electronic
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Woman dies after becoming pinned between garage, SUV

Police say a woman has died after she became pinned between her garage door and her SUV in Massachusetts
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Sea turtles, some dead, some barely alive, wash ashore

An unusual number of sea turtles have been washing ashore in New England, many of which are the critically endangered turtle species called Kemp's ridley
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Sea turtles, some dead, some barely alive, wash ashore

An unusual number of sea turtles have been washing ashore in New England, many of which are a critically endangered turtle species called Kemp's ridley
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400 years later, natives who helped Pilgrims gain a voice

The Native Americans who helped the Pilgrims survive their first bitter winter won't be an afterthought in events marking the 400th anniversary of the settlers'
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400 years later, natives who helped Pilgrims gain a voice

The Native Americans who helped the Pilgrims survive their first bitter winter won't be an afterthought in events marking the 400th anniversary of the settlers'
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400 years after Pilgrim landing, natives finally being heard

The seaside town where the Pilgrims came ashore in 1620 is making sure Native Americans aren't an afterthought in its 400th anniversary commemoration
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