A little over two years ago Tyler Smith was diagnosed with leukemia. Today he is on the road to recovery, sharing his story of survival with his peers.
Emotion runs high as proposed school budget could lead to major cuts and layoffs next year.
Selectmen take aim at school department's requested budget which is $1.5 million more than the town manager's proposal.
A crew of AmeriCorps volunteers and several Falmouth residents worked yesterday clearing brush from around a 100-hundred-year-old dairy barn foundation in the Dupee conservation parcel at the head of the Coonamessett River.
Brown University student Dana Dourdeville had gone missing on New Year's Eve. His body was found two weeks later in Falmouth.
Selectmen's approval of policy this week sets stage for request from market organizers for a permit to use Peg Noonan Park this year.
Case is currently before First Circuit Court of Appeals in Boston.
Selectmen took aim at the Falmouth Public Schools last night during a presentation on town manager Julian M. Suso’s proposed Fiscal Year 2015 budget.
Property could have new owner within the year.
Julia Tager creates new club at Sturgis that encourages students to give back to the community in large and small ways.