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TRAFFIC ALERT

This Sunday will be the annual Harwich Cranberry Festival 10k and Half-marathon. Several hundred runners are expected to take to the roads in Harwich between the hours of 11:30am and 3:00pm.

There will be several road closures and detours in place to ensure the safety of the runners.
Please be prepared to experience significant delays as the race progresses. We will make every effort to reopen roads as soon as it is safe to do so.

We wish all of the runners good luck on race day!
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5 hours ago  ·  

EVERSOURCE SCAM
Another round of the Eversource scam has hit residents of the town.

A call is received from someone who identifies themselves as an Eversource employee. The victim is then told that they have an overdue bill. The victim is then instructed to obtain Moneypack cards in order to pay the bill.

On occasion the scammer will call the victim back after receiving payment and tell them that they owe more money and to use the Moneypack cards to send additional funds.

Eversource DOES NOT accept Moneypack cards as a form of payment. This scam continues to occur despite a campaign to educate people against it.

FYI: The phone number that the most recent call was from is 866-243-7583.

Some helpful questions to ask someone who calls you to collect a bill are:

Ask them for your account number.
Ask them for the name on the account.
Ask them the address that the account is connected with.

A scam artist is not going to have any of this information and your next step should be hanging up the phone.
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1 day ago  ·  

Here is a one minute clip of today's K-9 Relief Ride. HPD assisted with closing down the on-ramps to Route 6.

If you look closely you might catch a glimpse of HPD Officer Neil Nolan on HPD's police bike. Neil was a lead bike and assisted with organizing the ride.
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5 days ago  ·