The Dennis Harwich Lions have free cloth masks available upon request. Seniors and high-risk Cape Cod residents are a priority.
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Early registration for the 14th annual Buzzards Bay Watershed Ride on October 4 runs through Monday, June 1 at www.savebuzzardsbay.org/ride.
Catholic churches across southeastern Massachusetts, Cape Cod and the islands will reopen for Masses of the Feast of Pentecost with some restrictions Saturday and Sunday, M…
The Department of Integrated Solid Waste Management, or ISWM, announced that the Residential Recycling Center located at the Bourne town landfill will be open seven days pe…
The Falmouth-based Marjot Foundation has awarded grants to high school students from Cambridge, Cohasset, Chelmsford and Hastings, New York. Each student has received a one…
Beginning next week, baits containing rabies vaccine will be spread throughout the Upper Cape and the town of Barnstable.
The town landfill has again amended its operations at the Resident Recycling Center. The recycling center has gone back to accepting construction and demolition (C&D) debris.
The National Marine Life Center in Bourne is hosting its 10th annual “Feet, Fins and Flippers 5K” virtually this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic and for the safety of all…
The Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce has launched a new business podcast named the Policy Pod to highlight policies that support innovation, entrepreneurship and resiliency.
The Prevention Partnership, a program of Gosnold’s Prevention Division, will bring together youth and adult volunteers in their homes or at designated sites for a week begi…
Commuters beware. Maintenance repair work is planned on the Sagamore Bridge.
A Memorial Day Weekend tradition in Bourne has been canceled. Organizers for Operation Flags for Vets have cancelled the event because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Buzzards Bay Coalition has canceled its 2020 Buzzards Bay Swim, originally scheduled for June, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
There is another change in accepted items at the Bourne landfill. Residents can now drop off yard waste and brush at the resident recycling center.
Heroes In Transition is bolstering its efforts to assist with pandemic-related programs and services in an effort to address the growing needs of veterans, active duty mili…
Cape Cod Young Professionals is asking working-age adults between the ages of 18 and 45 who live or work on the Cape to take a COVID-19 survey.
The Cape Cod Human Resources Association is inviting business owners and human resources professionals to its monthly virtual meeting on Thursday, April 30, at 8 AM.
The US Army Corps of Engineers New England District announced that it has scheduled maintenance work on the Bourne Bridge.
The seat was held by Robert Duprey, who resigned earlier this year.
The Residential Recycling Center at the town landfill is no longer accepting yard waste.
Cape Cod Challenger Green Fertilizer won first place in the entrepreneurial pitch contest held April 1 and sponsored by the philanthropic foundation Entrepreneurship for Al…
The Bourne Republican Town Committee met Monday, April 6, on Zoom to elect new officers.
The Community Health Center of Cape Cod has received $720,620 as part of over $3.5 million in grants from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act Funding adm…
Heroes In Transition has stepped up its virtual programming to ensure the region’s military community has the support it needs.
The Integrated Solid Waste Management residential recycling center will be closed on Sunday, April 12. Normal operating hours will resume on Monday, April 13.
- COVID-19 Field Hospital To Be Established On Cape
- Pocasset Firm Purchased
- Housing Assistance Requests Nearly Double In One Week
- Appointed Exetutive Director Of Regional Chapter Of Red Cross
- New Health Measures At Market Basket
- Young Professionals Names New Board Members
- Bourne Library Friends Sponsor Scholarships
- Bourne Cultural Council Awards Grants
- Ruck4HIT Postponed Until End Of September
- Cape Cod Healthcare Limits Testing Due To Overwhelming Demand