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Charles William “Bill” Burlin, Jr. of North Chatham, born in 1921, looks and acts decades younger than his 94 years. To what does he attribute his sharp mind, quick humor and steady step? “I have been very fortunate throughout my life on many different occasions,” he explains. “And I've also come up with a few habits and daily practices which I think have helped me to reach this age in such a good state of hea...

With the Zika virus continuing to generate headlines – and threatening to derail the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio – it's not hard to understand why local officials have had inquiries about the risk on Cape Cod. Public health officials and entomologists say they have received calls from Cape Codders concerned about contracting the Zika virus from mosquitoes. While the two species of mosquitoes that carry Zika a...

Monomoy School News

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National Honor Society Induction Ceremony Congratulations to all current and new members to MRHS's National Honor Society. A beautiful NHS induction ceremony was held at MRHS on May 18. This is a hard earned, well-deserved honor and we appreciate your efforts. Thank you to all the parents, family members, teachers, community members and administration that turned out for the event. A special thank you to NH...

Understanding Concussions

By: Kat Szmit

Part I: Taking It On The Chin - Sidelined by Concussion , Athlete Urges Awareness Nick Delande will never forget Sept. 28, 2015. That was the day the Monomoy High School student athlete suffered an injury during a soccer game that not only left him with a broken jaw, but also a concussion so severe it sent him into a months-long ordeal that ultimately forced Nick to withdraw from school during his senior y...

Back during the winter of 2011, Dave Libby, a retired restaurateur, was sitting at his desk when he got a life-changing phone call. On the line was a Cape Cod commercial real estate agent who was sitting in the parking lot of a business he had just listed. He thought the business might interest Libby. The business was Cape Fishermen's Supply. When he got off the phone, Libby turned to his wife Caroline, a...