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WCAI's Local News Roundup: WHOI to Return to Titanic; Solar Farm in Cotuit Rejected

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WCAI's Sean Corcoran hosts a roundup of local stories with journalists from across the region. Joining Sean this week are Patrick Cassidy of the Cape Cod Times; Sam Houghton of Enterprise Newspapers; Sara Brown of the Vineyard Gazette; Ed Miller of the Provincetown Banner; and Cameron Machell of the Martha's Vineyard Times.

Among the stories they discuss this week: inspections reveal 11 deficiencies of varying seriousness at the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station; a Mashpee toddler's death is called a tragic accident; a proposed solar farm in Cotuit is going back to the drawing board; Cape officials are optimistic about a potential commuter rail link in Buzzards Bay; a mother and her pet die in a tragic house fire; a team from WHOI will participate in an expedition to the wreck of the Titanic in 2018; some schools eliminate homework for their youngest students; a developer looks to build workforce housing in a historic Hyannis neighborhood; an update on Cape Cod's most recent manatee rescue; the Mashpee Water District shuts down a well because of contamination concerns; communities debate whether to ban marijuana shops or wait for more information; debate continues on Martha's Vineyard around moped rentals; Truro grapples with limiting the sizes of new homes in the National Seashore; some residents on the Vineyard are wondering why an old, hand-made sign was removed.

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