Topics: People

CHATHAM – Isak Dinesen once said, “The cure for anything is salt water: sweat, tears, or the sea.” Salt water, specifically from the shores of Cape Cod, is also what Paul Shibles uses to create his popular jars of 1830 Sea Salt, which he makes in Chatham the old-fashioned way. In the mid-1800s, a major industry on Cape Cod was salt harvesting. Back then, seawater was evaporated on large beds covered with point...

CHATHAM – When Susan Carroll and Jamie Neithold-Nash set out on a special sojourn in Spain this spring, little did they know a painted rock seen along their trek would sum up their trip perfectly: A Traveler is a human being on a spiritual journey. A Pilgrim is a spiritual being on a human journey. While the pair's shared journey along the Camino Walk had its share of human moments, both Nash and Carroll agree ...

CHATHAM – The Chatham Harbor Run is one of the most scenic on Cape Cod, and on June 30 the annual 10K celebrated a major milestone—40 years of strong running, and more to come. “I thought we had a great turnout,” said Howard Tansey, who took over as race coordinator from longtime supporter and runner Larry Belliveau. “We had almost 200 people (returning) from last year, which was really incredible.” The 10K...

CHATHAM – Two home runs and some stellar pitching kept the Chatham Anglers situated firmly at the top of the East Division after a 4-2 victory against the Cotuit Kettleers on Monday night. With the rain taking a much-needed breather and the sun setting brilliantly behind the scoreboard at Veterans Field on June 24, the Anglers set out on a quest to hang on to the top spot in the East, and ultimately the League...

HARWICH – One rain delay, one lightning delay, and some solid pitching by the opposing team weren't enough to keep the Harwich Mariners from eking out a 2-1 victory against the Cotuit Kettleers on Saturday night in the second week of Cape League action. After wet weather delayed the 5:30 p.m. game by an hour, the Mariners took their positions, ready to throw down, but it was the visiting Kettleers that made it...

HARWICH – Running a 5K isn't always an easy feat, but don't tell that to Bryan Gallagher. The Boston resident who came in first overall in the June 22 road race made it seem like a breeze, finishing a full two minutes before the next runner in the annual event that not only kicked off summer on the Lower Cape, but also celebrated 10 years of fun running. Gallagher became the first overall runner to cross the f...

When Jenny Pagliaro took the stage with her band Roses and Cigarettes at the 2018 Cape Cod Women's Music Festival, what began as a set evolved into a powerful experience for all in attendance, moved not only by the music but also by the woman at the mic who was, at the time, living with Stage IV metastatic breast cancer. Sadly, Pagliaro, a longtime Chatham summer person, passed away in March, but organizers hope ...

HARWICH – Jesse Nash might have been a beloved Chatham resident, but he was a cherished member of the Monomoy community, which is why the MIAA student ambassadors at Monomoy Regional High School are holding a special day in his honor. On April 7 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. children of all ages and their families are invited to come by Monomoy Regional High School for a Touch-a-Truck event and special 3 vs. 3 soccer...

HARWICH – Caitlin Ross first started ice skating when she was 6 years old, taking to the sport immediately. At the end of April, after more than two decades of hard work, Ross will be traveling with her Theatre on Ice Boston team to the Nations' Cup Competition in Epinal, France. Ross's skating journey began in her childhood through a learn to skate program held at the Charles Moore Arena in Orleans. Upon seei...

HARWICH – The average temperature since January has hovered somewhere around the freezing mark for much of Cape Cod, but that hasn't stopped two intrepid area yoga instructors from plunging into the waters off local beaches each day. But they're not just diving in for the fun of it. Each dip is done in support of Yogis Unite for Recovery Build, coming this June to Monomoy Regional High School. Yoga instructor ...

CHATHAM – Once upon a time there were the Prettiest Dads. Now you can hang the Men of Monomoy on your walls courtesy of the new calendar from Monomoy Community Services. The calendar, which borrows a page from others around the world, features men from the Monomoy community in the midst of their daily jobs and is an addition to the annual Tools of the Trade fundraiser, which takes place March 22 at the Chatham...

Kickstarter Campaign Will Help Create New Recording Company   HARWICH – Cape songstress Alicia Mathewson has been on a journey and is looking forward to sharing it with the world, with a special nod to her beloved Cape Cod community, which she invites to support her Kickstarter campaign and attend a special concert in June. For some time, Mathewson has been diligently composing songs for her upcoming alb...

HARWICH – Robert Perry stared in amazement at his transformed back yard. What had been an area choked with weeds, cluttered with items ready for the dump, and shaded by overgrown saplings just hours before was now weed free, with trash and trees removed, sunlight dappling the freshly raked space. All the work was done by volunteers taking part in the ninth Annual Big Fix, which this year bettered the homes, and l...

BOSTON – Alexander Antonellis of Harwich is passionate about endurance sports, and that includes crew, in which he competes for Dublin School, a private college prep school in New Hampshire. But recently Antonellis had his rowing skills tested when he traded his sculling oar for a canoe paddle and took part in the annual Run of the Charles. The Run of the Charles is the signature event of the Charles River Wat...

HARWICH – What do a handful of robots, a 3D printer, and the Harwich Cultural Center have in common? They're all integral to the Cape Cod Makers organization, since members can now utilize a 3D printer to build robots and other cool creations in their new Cultural Center space. What are the Cape Cod Makers? In layman's terms, it's a group of people who get together to, well, make stuff. Of course, it's way mor...

Our View: James Marceline

By: Cape Cod Chronicle

Harwich has lost its most revered citizen with the passing of James Marceline. While he passed away on Sunday morning his legacy will be a living testimony to generosity, caring, love of community and the impact of soft-spoken intellect. We know the stories and can follow the trails of contribution he made throughout the seven villages of the community. While he left the town in his youth to serve his country in ...