In Witness whereof we have hereunto subscribed our names at Cape Cod
the eleventh of November, in the Raigne of our Sovereigne Lord, King James of England, France, and Ireland, the eighteenth, and of Scotland, the fiftie-fourth, Anno.
For this and other reasons, in the year 1620 they embarked on board the ship Mayflower, and crossed the ocean, to the shores of Cape Cod
. There they made a settlement, and called it Plymouth, which, though now a part of Massachusetts, was for a long time a colony by itself.
This is also the latest encounter to occur in the Cape Cod
Bay, which has seen a spike in shark activity this summer.
'Access to real-time payments will likely become a deciding factor when consumers and businesses are seeking a new banking relationship.' Cape Cod
Five conducted an in-depth assessment of the pros and cons of joining the RTP network, and Richards noted that 'the benefits of moving forward clearly outweigh the risks of waiting.'
The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod
has announced that it has named a relationship manager.
Healthcare has 5,300 employees, over 450 physicians and nearly 800 volunteer staff at its two acute care hospitals, nursing and rehabilitation facility, assisted living facility, along with homecare and hospice services and numerous additional health programs serving multiple communities.
The Zoning Board of Appeals tried to close the business in 2003 but state Land Court Judge Leon Lombardi reversed its decision to do so, and the town and Cape Cod
Aggregates entered into a settlement agreement over operations at the site, according to the Cape Cod
Hayley Williamson, a Cape Cod
resident and former lifeguard who was on the beach at the time, was in disbelief after the man was rushed into an ambulance.
D'Origny came up with the solution of putting the two shapes in one watch and thus was born the Cape Cod
"We've been here a long time and we've never seen it as bad as this," said Alex Barmashi, as he took in the fearsome spectacle along Cape Cod
Bay in Bourne, Massachusetts.
Towns are considering seeding and growing shellfish as a way to reduce nitrogen levels in coastal waters because they are a cheaper and faster alternative to building sewers and wastewater treatment systems that could cost billions of dollars, said Joshua Reitsma, a marine specialist with the Woods Hole Sea Grant Program and Cape Cod