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Cape is making an economic comeback

Merchants are seeing more tourists, increased business

A crowd of people strolled Main Street in Hyannis on a recent cloudy day. There are indications that summer on Cape Cod is better this year than last. A crowd of people strolled Main Street in Hyannis on a recent cloudy day. There are indications that summer on Cape Cod is better this year than last. (Steve Haines for The Boston Globe)
By Sydney Lupkin
Globe Correspondent / July 26, 2010

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For Cape Cod caterer Olive Chase, the dozen wedding cakes she was sending off over the weekend indicate a recovering economy and a dash of hope for the local tourism industry. (Full article: 661 words)

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