OBITUARY: Joan Anderson, 82, loved collecting knick-knacks, active in her church, helped organize Pilgrim’s Progress marches

Joan Louise (Fortini) Anderson, a lifelong Plymouth resident, died on Friday, July 21 at Life Care Center of Plymouth, her family at her side, holding her hands, gently soothing her brow and cheeks, helping her to peace. Read more at Tributes.com. Continue Reading →

Pilgrims shut out by Mystic Schooners

The Plymouth Pilgrims entered their contest against the Mystic Schooners on Thursday night winners of eight of their previous 10 games. The Pilgrims offense was clicking and the pitching was getting the job done. However a 14-run offensive outburst from the Schooners at Forges Field quickly deflated the Pilgrims’ sails. The Pilgrims were shutout for the first time this NECBL season, notching only five hits in the game. With only one of those hits going for extra bases, the Pilgrims rarely found runners in scoring position. Continue Reading →

CAPE COD TIMES: Pilgrim workers ‘deliberately’ violated security procedures

Two workers at the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station in Plymouth were caught cheating their way into the secure plant grounds, but federal officials have determined they were simply cutting corners rather than planning mayhem. After a yearlong look at a March 2016 incident at the plant, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s Office of Investigations concluded that workers were doing what is known as “tailgating.”

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Cedarville man arrested for OUI on Beaver Dam Road

A Cedarville man was arrested for allegedly driving drunk, for the second time,  in Manomet, late Sunday night.

According to Captain John Rogers, Thomas Macleod, 29, of Lunn’s Way was spotted allegedly  swerving between lanes as he travelled on Route 3. He got off the highway where an officer eventually stopped him on Beaver Dam Road.

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Plymouth man arrested for allegedly driving while drugged

A Plymouth man was arrested for driving under the influence of drugs after he was pulled over in Manomet, Friday evening.

According to Captain John Rogers, an officer reported he was traveling west on Beaver Dam Road when a car in front of him swerved onto the shoulder to avoid hitting an oncoming car that was allegedly travelling in the wrong lane.

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Manomet man arrested after throwing cigarette, clothing rack at cop

A Manomet man was arrested after he allegedly assaulted a police officer multiple times on the Plymouth waterfront, Thursday night.

According to Captain John Rogers, an officer approached a man who was yelling and screaming on Water Street at around 9 p.m.. When the officer told the man to put out his cigarette, he instead allegedly threw it at the officer, Rogers said. The cigarette reportedly hit the officer, injuring him slight. Anthony Rodrigues, 24, of Everson Avenue then allegedly punched the officer and fled into a nearby store.

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On the Agenda for the week of July 23, 2017

On the Agenda features items on town committee and board meetings of interest to the Manomet, Pinehills and South Plymouth neighborhoods. Tuesday, July 25
Board of Selectmen, 6 p.m. at Town Hall

7:45 p.m.     White Horse Beach Parking Committee – Interviews and Appointments
8:30 p.m.        Licenses and Administrative Notes: Wildlands Trust, 675 Long Pond Road, Karen Grey is requesting a One Day All Alcohol License for a Trail Event being held on October 7, 2017 from 3:00pm to 7:00pm at Davis-Douglas Farm; The Board will approve and execute a Letter of Support for the proposed Atlantic Link Project by Emera, Inc.; The Board will adopt an Order of Taking presented on this date for the purpose of acquiring permanent easements to complete the layout and acceptance of Edgewood Circle as a public way in the Town, and to award no damages for such taking in accordance with those appraisal reports obtained by the Town for this purpose; The Board will adopt an Order of Taking presented on this date for the purpose of acquiring permanent easements to complete the layout and acceptance of Fairview Lane as a public way in the Town, and to award no damages for such taking in accordance with those appraisal reports obtained by the Town for this purpose. Conservation Commission, 7 p.m. at Town Hall

7:20 PM     Martin and Rosemary Trayers, 115 B Taylor Avenue, Parcel ID 045C-000-399-000.  A Notice of Intent to demolish an existing single-family dwelling and construct a new dwelling, including utilities and amenities, in the buffer zone of a Coastal Dune and within a FEMA 100-Year Velocity Zone. Thursday, July 27

Manomet Village Steering Committee,  6:30 p.m. at the Simes House

6:45PM     Congratulations to new committee members & Simes House
6:50PM     Congratulations to Public Safety July 3rd events (Thank You Cards)
6:55PM     Update ( BY EMAIL) from Jonathan Beder in regards to Water Main and Reconstruction Project
7:00PM     Discussion in regards to Accomplishments to Manomet Village Master Plan and Zoning Revisions in the Master Plan ( Randy Parker)
7:20PM     Policies/Actions “Banner Flags” on phone poles/streetlights (Master Plan)
7:45     Manomet Point Road Erosion at base of Arnold Ave
8:00PM     Saint Catherine’s Chapel Park Status, Management, and Liability
8:00PM     MVSC Membership and Vacancies

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