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Fri April 4, 2014
A Week Filled with News
A look at some of the week's top news with local journalists. Among the stories we talk about: oyster thefts uncovered; an acquittal in a high-profile Falmouth murder trial; new drug policies applauded; Outer Cape Health Services to expand; affordable housing proposed for Harwich Middle School; Provincetown may ban single-use plastic bags; Nantucket's commercial scallop season ends, and the island's marine mammal stranding team left without funding; and town meeting season gets underway.
A discussion of these stories and more with Sean Corcoran, WCAI managing editor for news; George Brennan with the Cape Cod Times; Tim Wood, editor at the Cape Cod Chronicle; Josh Balling, assistant editor at the Nantucket Inquirer and Mirror; and Nelson Sigelman, managing editor at the Martha's Vineyard Times.