More Controversy over Pilgrim Plant; Drug Cases Dismissed

Apr 21, 2017

A busy week of news.  WCAI's Kathryn Eident talks about the top stories with guests Patrick Cassidy of the Cape Cod Times, Ann Wood of the Provincetown Banner, Jim DeArruda of the New Bedford Standard-Times, and George Brennan of the Martha's Vineyard Times.

Among the stories this week: more than 1,000 drug cases on the Cape and Islands dismissed in tainted evidence controversy; reaction to Pilgrim plant safety exemptions; homeless count at five-year low; record number of whales spotted in Cape Cod waters; U-S Senator Ed Markey comes to Orleans; Barnstable town councilor under restraining order; Camp Farley official resigns under cloud;  Cape energy agency approves audit; Steamship Authority considering resumption of New Bedford-Vineyard freight service; new path along New Bedford hurricane barrier; more seating at some Provincetown restaurants; appeal made in Aquinnah tribal casino ruling;  legal wrangling over historic house in Edgartown; popular Cape Cod bike path gets a boost.