A teenager from Bourne was arrested Monday in Hyannis following the stabbing of a taxi driver.
Three people were taken to the hospital following a three vehicle crash on Scenic Highway Thursday June 13.
The first piece of a four-storefront block at the west end of Main Street could be open for business by mid-July.
Boaters still in need of a slip to dock their boat for the coming season will have to look somewhere other than Bourne’s town marinas.
Cursing a Bourne police officer following a speeding stop resulted in a drug arrest.
A request from the organizers of the second annual Cape Cod Canal Day to waive all fees associated with the use of town property drew some opposition from town leaders and …
A Bourne homeowner has been hit with a fine of $17,100 for violations of the state sanitary code—and the register is still ticking.
Indicators reflect a positive trend.
Bourne police are investigating two car crashes.
The Town of Bourne is exploring a simple way to give back to residents who served in the military by offering dedicated parking spaces for veterans on town-owned property.
A proposed new restaurant goes before the Bourne Board of Health , Wednesday, June 12, seeking a food permit allowing the new eatery to open for business.
There were no injuries reported in the fire.
No one was seriously injured in a crash involving a car and a motorcycle on the Bourne Bridge on Saturday, June 8.
A hearing on the potential demolition of a Buzzards Bay building turned contentious enough that a police officer came to the Bourne Veterans Memorial Community Center.
The owner of a dilapidated building that has been cited as an eyesore in downtown Buzzards Bay has been given 90 days to take down the structure.
The group charged with overseeing construction of a bicycle and walking trail that would connect Bourne with Falmouth plans to seek additional town funding this fall.
A new Barnstable County dredge is scheduled to arrive and go into operation by September.
Col. Gaglio, commander of the 102nd Intelligence Wing at Joint Base Cape Cod, said the Air National Guard bureau in Washington, DC, will review the offers before making a decision.
Plans are in the works to redevelop the plaza off Clay Pond Road that once housed a Grand Union grocery store.
The Bourne Middle School Drama Club will perform "The Wizard of Oz" this weekend.
The students who will attend Bourne Intermediate School next year were given the chance to see the new building this week.
The apartment building at 1 Sandwich Road that went up in flames last week will be demolished.
A timeline is under development by the board of selectmen for the town’s search for a new town administrator.
Tours will be held for the public to see the new building this week.
Bourne Fire Chief Norman P. Sylvester has decided not to retire.
Cape Cod BMX will host an open house at its race track on Sunday, June 23 from 1 to 3 PM.
Buzzards Bay Sail and Power Squadron is offering an America's Boating Course for youths age 12 to 15 years old on Saturday, July 13, from 9 AM to 5 PM at the Jonathan Bourn…
With several affordable homes available on Cape Cod, Cape Community Real Estate Director Gael Kelleher said now is a great time for residents to explore the possibilities o…
The Cape & Islands Veterans Outreach Center in Hyannis is proud to introduce its newest Honorary Board Members, James Burke, James Seymour and Wayne Soares.
The Paid Family and Medical leave law goes into effect on July 1 and people need to be prepared. The law impacts businesses of all sizes and even companies with fewer than …
Community Health Center of Cape Cod is currently hosting a Bid for Good Health Online Auction, running through Friday, June 21, at noon.
Cape Cod Art Center is registering for its summer youth art program. Karen Shortsleeve will be teaching studio art classes for ages 5 and up to build self-confidence, culti…
Cape Cod Academy (CCA), an independent, co-educational, college preparatory school serving students from kindergarten to grade 12 on Cape Cod, has announced its new persona…
Everyone arrested for trafficking killer drugs–like heroin and fentanyl—on the Upper Cape should be brought before a judge like Christopher Welch at Falmouth District Court.
Since May 13, Candace A. Powers has been the Enterprise’s social media strategist, the face and personality behind the Enterprise’s Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts.
Bourne Selectman Peter J. Meier will meet with residents during office hours on Friday, June 14, from 10 AM to noon at the Jonathan Bourne Public Library.
The Friends of the Bourne Rail Trail has received $15,000 to help with funding for the Bourne Rail Trail.
The Annual Members’ Meeting of the Pocasset Village Association will take place at 9:30 AM on Saturday at the Pocasset Community Building, 314 Barlows Landing Road.
The Buzzards Bay Sail & Power Squadron will present a power boat handling seminar on Friday, June 14. The seminar will be based on Bob Sweet’s book, “Power Boat Handlin…
The Fourth Annual Cape Cod PRIDE Festival will be held on Saturday, June 22, from noon to 5 PM at the Hyannis Village Green. All are welcome and admission is free. A PRIDE …
The British Beer Company Restaurant on Route 6A in Sandwich, in partnership with the Sandwich-Bourne Lions club, is hosting a Dining For a Cause fundraiser to benefit the L…
Falmouth Pondwatchers are looking for additional volunteers this summer to help monitor the health of our coastal salt ponds.
Massachusetts Governor Charles D. Baker Jr. congratulated the 157 graduating students at the Upper Cape Cod Regional Technical School graduation on Sunday, June 2.
The annual Memorial Day Ceremony Service will be held at the Massachusetts National Cemetery on Sunday, May 26, at 1 PM. The ceremony will begin with a Parade of Colors led…
Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts recognized volunteer Jennifer O’Keefe-Suttles of Falmouth for her service to girls at the organization’s annual volunteer recognition l…
The installation of new furniture at the Jonathan Bourne Public Library may cause some disruption for library patrons next week.
In commemoration of the 75th anniversary of D-Day, June 6, 1944, the Cape Cod Military Museum invites the public to view its monthlong exhibit at the Bourne Historic Center…
Celebrate the return of summer by swimming for clean water at the Buzzards Bay Coalition’s 26th annual Buzzards Bay Swim on Saturday, June 22.
The Otis Civilian Advisory Council announced the recipients of its six 2019 scholarships.
The Cape Cod Foundation and The Joshua A. Nickerson Society have formed a partnership to continue to honor individuals who have made a positive impact in the Cape Cod community.
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- Accused Killer Faces New Charges
- Two-Car Crash Closes Sagamore Bridge
- Search Begins For New Bourne Town Administrator
- Ms. Ranney Closes Book On Bourne Library Service
- Needle Found In Mattress At Eastern Inn
- Electrical Failure Blamed For Fire That Tore Through Centuries-Old Building
- How Cape Cod Prepared Troops For D-Day - Historic Center Presents Exhibit
- New Plan Proposed To Battle Eroding Sagamore Beach Cliff
- Fire Strikes Bourne Apartment Building
- Last Day Of School Nears For Bourne Students
- Man Hospitalized After Trying To Rescue Kayaker
- Motorcyclists Hurt In Sagamore Crash
- Upper Cape Tech Holds First Career Signing Day
- State Backs Replacing Canal Bridges
- UCT Superintendent Receives 'Proficient' Evaluation
- State Proposes Safety Enhancements At Belmont Circle
- Proposed Medical Complex Draws Support, Opposition
- Mr. Guerino’s Contract Not Renewed
- Duxbury Man Charged With Hit-And-Run
- Incumbents, Low Voter Turnout Highlight Town Election
- Likely Delay To B. Bay Playground Reopening
- Bourne Voters Return Mr. Meier, Mr. Slade To Board Of Selectmen
- Eversource To Use Aerial Drones For Transmission Lines Inspections
- Mr. Keating, Other Legislators, Seek $1 Billion To Fund Evacuation Routes
- Voters Head To The Polls Tuesday