08/09 /17
Cape Cod Mall announces new entertainment concept: Ten Pin Eatery
Simon Malls has announced that Cape Cod Mall will open the first Ten Pin Eatery, a family entertainment and dining concept, part of a joint venture from the Cape Cod based Ryan Family Amusements and Chapin's Restaurant Group. Construction on the multi-million dollar project will begin in the fall and is slated for completion in spring 2018. Read more here. 
Citrin Coop
U.S. unemployment drops, now equals Mass. rate
The U.S. economy added 209,000 jobs in July and the national unemployment rate ticked down slightly to 4.3 percent, the U.S. Labor Department announced Friday morning, though economists warned that wage growth remains in a rut. Read more here. 
Barnstable County Regional Substance Use Council launches new web site in support of My Choice Matters campaign
The Barnstable County Department of Human Services' Regional Substance Use Council (RSAC) has announced the launch of its new web site - MyChoiceMatters.net. RSAC works with Cape Cod communities, elected officials, schools, businesses and health and human services agencies to provide resources and support in the areas of prevention, harm reduction, treatment, and recovery. Read more here.  
SBA Women-Owned Business Spotlight
The U.S. Small Business Administration Office of Advocacy has released "Women-Owned Business Spotlight," an infographic illustrating key points from a recent report. The infographic is a colorful visual depiction of broad and detailed information about women's role in business. Read more here.
It's in the bag: Marci Tyldesley turned her childhood hobby
into a business
When Marci Tyldesley first took an interest in sewing as a child, she could have no idea what future lay in store for her. Now the proud owner of The Cape Cod Bag Company, she sees that, in those early years, her childhood hobby was paving the way to her becoming an entrepreneur. Read more here.   
Homebuilding: More roofs over more heads

By Tony Shepley

What do aging in place, workforce housing, and "It's too expensive to live here" all have in common? They all have a common solution: accessory dwelling units (ADUs, for those who like acronyms), the right of a property owner to have an additional legal dwelling unit on their existing property. Read more here.   
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