The New CapeNews.net

Capenews.net and the Enterprise newspapers are moving forward with offering you the best of both worlds—breaking news online as we receive it, as well as continuing our print newspapers on Fridays in Falmouth, Mashpee, Sandwich and Bourne.

We hope you enjoy the free look at our online stories for the next few weeks. We’d like to give you a taste of the direction our site is heading before we put our subscription options into place.

For those of you who already subscribe online and love the PDF version of our print newspapers, you can still enjoy receiving your news that way.

Those who prefer a more Internet experience can take advantage of our new online choices. (More details will follow soon about those choices.)

We currently have a free twice a week newsletter that will appear in your inbox each Tuesday and Friday. You can sign up here. Later e-mail options may include Breaking News Updates any day of the week.

Hometown News

By ending the Tuesday Falmouth edition, we have shifted our resources to more breaking news online. Our reporters are all concentrating on bringing you Upper Cape news as soon as possible. That means you can visit us at capenews.net at any time and get the latest news about your hometown.

Let Us Know

We’d love to hear your thoughts about the changes at capenews.net and the Enterprise.

Some Tips For Getting The Most Out Of CapeNews.net

Home Page

You can think of the home page as the hub of the Enterprise online. You will find a mixture of news from all four towns in a format that lets you easily find the biggest stories.

As you scroll down the home page, you will find photo galleries as well as the most recent Sports, Arts & Entertainment, and columns posted to the site.

Communities


Above is a screen shot after clicking on the communities link. Clicking the links in the red areas will take you to the town home pages while the yellow area will take you to the respective story.

Desktop

If you click on the Communities link in the main navigation bar at the top of the page, you will see the most recent stories from each of our four towns. You can access those stories directly from there or you can click on the town name to go to that town's home page.


Mobile Phone

If you access the site from your phone the town pages are accessed under the sections link at the top of the page.


Town Home Page Content

Each town's home page has all the news from that particular town. At the top, you will see news and photo galleries, as well as a documents section, which holds documents such as police logs and selectmen’s agendas.

Scrolling down the town page, you will find town specific sports, obituaries, opinion pieces (letters to the editor), and briefs.

To directly access your town’s home page, you can always type capenews.net/[your town name] into the address bar of your browser, so for example capenews.net/falmouth will bring you to the Falmouth home page.