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Monday August 08, 2022 (1 month, 4 weeks ago)


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CHATHAM – A Chatham beach saw closures this afternoon following similar incidents this past weekend due to a number of Man O’ War found washed ashore. Chatham officials closed Harding’s Beach to swimming until 1:30 today due to two reported man o’ war. The closing follows other beach shutdowns that occurred Saturday and Sunday at […] The post Chatham Beach Closes Due to Man O’ War Sighting appeared first on CapeCod.com.

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