A Creative Compact: Harwich Cultural Center leads to alliance with state The conversion of an abandoned school building in Harwich into a cultural center has attracted the interest of local artists as well as state officials who see it as possible test case for arts-based economic growth that other towns can follow.
Discover New England, a nonprofit organization that promotes the region's tourism offerings internationally, will host tour operators from 15 countries at its 23rd Annual Tourism Summit and International Marketplace this month. The event will be held April 22 - 24 at the Sea Crest Beach Hotel in Falmouth, Massachusetts.
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The Hanover Crossing Project adds a Housing Component to the Redevelopment Plan
Hanover Mall, soon to be known as Hanover Crossing, has added a housing component to its redevelopment plan and is hosting a meeting for Hanover residents to learn about the development at the Hanover Mall in the former JC Penney space on Thursday, April 26, from 6:30-8 pm.
PREP, owners of The Hanover Mall, will update everyone on the status of the retail redevelopment as well as have representatives from the Hanover Company to speak about the proposed residential component.Read more here.
Regan Communications acquires
Grouper Marketing & Creative
Regan Communications Group announced this week that it has acquired Grouper Marketing & Creative. Based in Yarmouth, Grouper Marketing & Creative has been providing marketing, advertising, design and branding services to businesses and nonprofits across the Cape for 25 years. Read more here.
Caron offers free seminar for older adults
Addiction in older adults is one of America's fastest growing health issues. Nevertheless, addiction in older adults can be difficult to detect, as warning signs mimic insomnia, forgetfulness and other common age-related health issues. Caron is offering a free seminar on Effective Treatment Strategies for Addicted Older Adults and their Families and Caregivers.Read more here.
The Law at Work: Updates to the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act
By Beth O'Neal, Esq.
I understand that there have been some changes to the regulations surrounding the treatment of pregnant employees. I want to be sure that our policies are in line with the new laws - can you provide an overview?