A Falmouth firefighter was injured while he fought to extinguish a fire at a Falmouth home off Sippewissett Road on Saturday afternoon.
A sewer inspection crew working along Main Street this week used a remote controlled camera to tour the sewer line that runs from Stop & Shop to the downtown post office.
The 2014 Annual Town Meeting wrapped up at 9 PM Wednesday following 11 hours of debate on the 30 regular articles and 19 special articles up for consideration.
After a debate on how much residents would be willing to pay for filtered drinking water, Town Meeting members agreed by two-thirds majority to bring the proposed new water treatment plant to the May 20 ballot.
The town has hired a temporary solid waste director for the Department of Public Works 15 months after the town advertised the position
Town Meeting voters on Tuesday night approved spending $1.6 million to build an artificial turf athletic field. The measure now goes on the May 20 ballot for town-wide approval.
Working to make Falmouth a better place is what all the 2014 annual chamber awardees have in common with their years of community service.
After four hours of debate that spilled into Wednesday evening, April 9, Falmouth Town Meeting members voted 152-42 in favor of a major sewer project that will cost $50 million.