Police logs for the week.
Notes from the September 8 Falmouth Board of Selectmen's meeting.
Summary on how Falmouth voted.
Falmouth Board of Selectmen chairman Mary (Pat) Flynn said the project needs solid community support and more public discussion before it goes to a ballot vote.
Chief Mark Sullivan said that no one was living at the home at the time.
Notes from the Falmouth School Committee meeting.
The Department of Marine and Environmental Services officials will likely relay oysters from the Little Pond demonstration project to Quissett Harbor at the conclusion of this growing season.
James Sidar grew up in Yarmouth, Maine, and has a bachelor's degree in forest resource management.
The committee also addressed other residents' concerns.
The corporation's two-acre vacant parcel is on Langdon G. Burwell Drive and abuts the recycling area at the town's waste management facility off Thomas B. Landers Road.