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Investigation Continues into Ferry Grounding; Popular Camp Loses 4-H Ties

Dan Tritle

WCAI's Brian Morris hosts a panel of reporters talking about some of the top stories in the news.  His guests: Patrick Cassidy of the Cape Cod Times; Sam Houghton of the Mashpee Enterprise; Sara Brown of the Vineyard Gazette; Tim Wood of the Cape Cod Chronicle, Josh Balling of the Nantucket Inquirer and Mirror; Ann Wood of the Provincetown Banner; Jim DeArruda of the New Bedford Standard-Times; and Barry Stringfellow of the Martha's Vineyard Times.

Among the stories in this week's news: Nantucket residents concerned about the Steamship Authority's fast ferry going into the summer season as investigation into last week's grounding continues; state hasn't yet confirmed deaths from Powassan virus; popular Mashpee summer camp loses 4-H designation; Dept. of Interior to decide on Mashpee Wampanoag land; Woods Hole residents want end to early freight ferry sailing; rocky start for Pilgrim decommissioning panel; Falmouth ordered to shut down both wind turbines; death of popular Chatham mariner unexplained; smartphone app to make at-sea rescues easier; fungus floors gypsy moths; preparing for Nantucket's July 4th weekend; P-town voters turn down purchase of hotly-contested property; P-town residents don't want CVS in town; Farm animals raise stink in Wellfleet; New Bedford mayor wants "Codfather" fishing permits to stay in town; unexploded WWII bomb exploded on Martha's Vineyard; Orleans Historical Society to buy popular restaurant and event venue.