In the News: Voyeurism, a Fire Station, Medical Marijuana

Mar 7, 2014

Nobska Light in Woods Hole
Credit Cape Cod Times/Christine Hochkeppel

The Friday News Roundup on The Point: the Massachusetts Legislature patches a hole in state law that made it legal for someone to take photos up someone's skirt in public.  Hyannis officials are disappointed in the failure of a plan to fund a new fire station.  Former Congressman William Delahunt says the medical marijuana business is not a golden calf.  Orleans approves a plan that would allow beach drivers to be escorted past piping plover nests. On Nantucket, a look at scallop season.  And development heats up on Old South Road.  In Chatham, a noted inn orders skiffs off of a beach adjacent to the fish pier.  Chatham selectmen vote down a raise in their salaries.  Woods Hole residents are concerned about the future of their famous Nobska Lighthouse.  And Sandwich selectmen scuttle a plan to build a new town library.

WCAI's Sean Corcoran talks about these stories and others with guests Anne Brennan with the Cape Cod Times, Tim Wood at the Cape Cod Chronicle, and Joshua Balling at the Nantucket Inquirer and Mirror.