Will police curb rowdy beach-goers on Cape Cod? A New Hampshire white nationalist at the center of a viral Vice documentary turns himself in after warrants out for his arrest. And free community-college tuition in Rhode Island: Is it too good to be true? All that and more on this week's regional news roundtable!
- Arnie Arnesen, host of WNHN's "The Attitude with Arnie Arnesen." Follow Arnie on Twitter.
- Philip Eil, freelance journalist based in Providence, R.I. Follow Philip on Twitter.
- Patrick Cassidy, news editor of the Cape Cod Times. Follow Patrick on Twitter.
Stories we discussed on this week's roundtable:
- R.I. surpasses pre-recession jobs peak
- Editorial: Still more a jalopy than a Ferrari
- Public to tackle rowdy beaches in Dennis
- Falmouth bylaw proposal raises worries of ‘fun police’
- Democrats sue to block NH crackdown on voter fraud
- Rhode Island just made community college free
- White nationalist from Keene has yet to turn himself in
- Cantwell reaches out to police to surrender in wake of Charlottesville violence
- White nationalist Chris Cantwell turns himself in to authorities
- Part-time Truro residents lament tax break for year-rounders
- Justice is kind: Folksy Providence judge, 80, becomes an internet star
BONUS: Christopher Cantwell, of Keene, N.H., has turned himself in to the authorities, but how did he rise to national fame? He is a major focus of Vice's documentary called "Charlottesville: Race and Terror." Watch the documentary we discussed in our roundtable in the video below. (Warning: Contains disturbing footage and NSFW language)