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HYANNIS - Martha Stoughton says that when she was mugged just the other day, "he kept several feet away and even used a face mask."
It hasn't been easy for Christoph McDermott, a new U.S. citizen. We asked his coworkers how he's doing: "He's anxious, depressed, doesn't eat well, and neglects to exercise. He's fitting in very well."
TRURO - With the increased cost of steel from China, local businesses have been forced to conserve whirly-gig supplies. "I could get a premium whirly-bird for about $20, now you'd be lucky to get a single colored gee-haw for that price!"
HYANNIS - The Cape Cod Community College accidentally sent out acceptance letters to more than 11 applicants, implying that all 12 had been accepted to the institution. It was made worse by the attempt to cover up the error and simply accept all applicants.
Locals in Yarmouth have been looking at the brighter side of power outages, downed trees, and a stubborn foot of snow that just won't go away. Instead of complaining, residents are raving about the benefits. We asked local resident Tanya Carter to explain how this works. "Well, most businesses
Ten military vehicles were reported missing on Wednesday, shortly after being painted with high-tech camouflage paint designed to blend in with urban settings.
Who doesn't joke once in a while about how stores like to put out seasonal displays too early? But where do you draw the line?