An appeal to overturn a building permit issued for the construction of a new home on Harbor Way has failed.
Ownership of the proposed new Sagamore and Bourne bridges over the Cape Cod Canal has officially been transferred from the Army Corps of Engineers to the Massachusetts Depa…
When the current Bourne and Sagamore bridges are eventually replaced, ownership of the bridges will transfer from the US Army Corps of Engineers to the Massachusetts Depart…
The third phase includes some indoor recreation, outdoor theater performances, and fitness center reopenings.
Cumberland Farms has been granted an extension of a variance related to the company’s plans to build a convenience store on MacArthur Boulevard. The variance allows the com…
Efforts by US Representative William R. Keating (D-Massachusetts) at securing funds for replacement of the Bourne and Sagamore bridges are proving successful.
The relative inclusiveness of the invocation given at the beginning of Town Meeting has been called into question again.
A discarded cigarette is being blamed for causing a fire at a house in Sagamore Beach.
The Massachusetts Maritime Academy celebrated graduates from the school over the course of three days last weekend.
Police said that several men claiming to be recent graduates of Massachusetts Maritime Academy became confrontational towards police at the party.
A man from Bourne has been arrested on child pornography charges.
At the Monday, June 29, Annual/Special Town Meeting residents voted on a number of additional articles, including approval of $481,000 to capital outlay projects, $340,000 …
Voters in Bourne on Monday rejected efforts to have the town withdraw from the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority.
The company building the new wastewater treatment facility in Buzzards Bay has announced the plant’s completion will be delayed from January to March 2021.
For more than a century, a special tree guarded the historic Cataumet Schoolhouse, where the driveway leading to the building meets County Road.
Efforts are underway to ensure that state funding to repair the Gardner Bridge in the Briarwood section of Bourne will not be lost with the start of the new fiscal year.
The future of the Buzzards Bay Park splash pad is uncertain for now. The COVID-19 crisis and the restrictions that the pandemic has placed on recreational activities has le…
A man was taken by medical helicopter to a Boston hospital Thursday evening, June 25 after being found with a gunshot wound in Bourne.
Residents of Bourne chose to stay with the status quo in this year’s Annual Town Election. All of the incumbents in the three contested races in the election emerged victorious.
Residents of a neighborhood on Wings Neck are cautiously optimistic that a recent state appeals court ruling will finally put an end to one resident’s use of her property f…
The Bourne Conservation Commission has green-lighted plans for a new Massachusetts Maritime Academy parking lot.
As with much of what people undergo these days given the COVID-19 pandemic, Bourne residents are scheduled to take part in a unique Annual/Special Town Meeting next week.
Residents head to the polls Tuesday for the annual town election.
Cape Cod Healthcare will not be charging Paul Manganella for services he received after saving a man's life in May.
Two drivers were airlifted—and an injured passenger rushed by ambulance—to three area hospitals on Friday night, June 19, following a two-car collision on Old County Road i…
A 35-mile motorcycle ride that honors Nicholas G. Xiarhos and all 16 of the fallen heroes with ties to Cape Cod as well as all US military members past, present and future …
An amendment passed Thursday, July 2, and co-sponsored by state Senator Susan L. Moran (D-Falmouth) and state Senator Julian A. Cyr (D-Truro) would provide $250,000 in fund…
The Cape Cod Canal Region Chamber of Commerce is holding a 50/50 Summer Spectacular Raffle, in which participants can win up to $25,000.
Marie J. Oliva of Bourne was honored as a member of the Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women's 2020 class of Commonwealth Heroines. State Representative David T.…
State Representative Dylan A. Fernandes (D- Falmouth) has secured $300,000 in funds for COVID-19 testing on Cape Cod. This funding was part of a supplemental budget passed …
Community Action Committee of Cape Cod & Islands has received a grant from the state Health Insurance Connector Authority for its program that provides trained navigato…
The Cape Cod Healthcare blood program is experiencing an urgent need for O-negative blood.
One week before Housing Assistance Corporation’s Virtual Walk for Hope, the agency will host a Virtual Bingo Night on Saturday, June 20, at 7 PM on its Facebook page.
The Cape Cod Foundation has deployed an additional $130,000 in grants with funds received from the Massachusetts COVID-19 Relief Fund. The grants are being made to local no…
The Captain Joshua Gray-Jonathan Hatch Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution is lending a helping hand to healthcare and other essenti…
Mass Audubon is inviting active duty members of the military and their families to enjoy its statewide network of wildlife sanctuaries free of charge through Labor Day, Sep…
Following its COVID-19 needs survey, Cape Cod Young Professionals said 85 percent of respondents, working-age adults between ages 18 and 45, have been directly impacted by …
Senator Susan L. Moran (D-Falmouth) has received three committee appointments from Senate President Karen E. Spilka.
Household hazardous waste collection for residents of Bourne, Falmouth, Mashpee, Sandwich and Joint Base Cape Cod is planned for Saturday, June 13, from 9 AM to 1 PM at Fal…
Over the past few months blood center inventories have fallen to their lowest levels since pre-pandemic days due to cancellations of blood drives as a result of social dist…
The Bourne Department of Integrated Solid Waste Management and the Great American Rain Barrel Company are offering rain barrels to residents as part of a conservation and s…
The Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts “Camp Outside the Box” program offers six week-long virtual sessions from July 6 through August 14. Girls entering kindergarten thr…
To meet the needs of the boating public during the COVID-19 pandemic, Buzzards Bay Sail & Power Squadron will not use traditional classroom settings. Instead, the squad…
The annual awards ceremony for the graduating seniors will still be held on Thursday, June 4, but it will be held on Zoom.
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 Dennis Harwich Lions have free cloth masks available upon request. Seniors and high-risk Cape Cod residents are a priority.
Early registration for the 14th annual Buzzards Bay Watershed Ride on October 4 runs through Monday, June 1, at www.savebuzzardsbay.org/ride.
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.
- Good Samaritan Hit With $1,009 Hospital Bill After Performing Life-Saving CPR
- Bourne Selectmen Reduce Quorum For Town Meeting
- MMA Looks To Use Beachmoor Inn As Classroom Space
- Mr. Folino Will Return Years Of Experience To Rec Authority
- Mr. Morrissey Would Bring Experience And A New Voice To Rec Authority
- Key Races Headline Tuesday’s Town Election In Bourne
- Motorcycle Ride On, Fourth Of July Parade Off
- Mr. McCarthy Offers Fresh Voice To Recreation Authority
- Young Girl Run Over By Family Truck, Flown To Boston Hospital
- Expanded COVID-19 Testing Planned For Cape; More Furloughed Workers Return
- Upper Cape Schools Mark Last Days With Car Parades
- High-Speed Police Chase Ends In Crash, OUI Arrest
- Dirt Bike Rider Flown To Hospital After Collision With Deer In Bourne
- Fourth of July Parade Off, Blackbeard's Ride On In Bourne
- Bourne Town Administrator Outlines Logistics For Outdoor Town Meeting
- Bourne's New Wastewater Plant On Target For January Completion
- Bourne Selectmen To Consider A Reduced Quorum For Town Meeting
- MMA Said To Place Beachmoor Project On Hold
- Upper Cape Businesses Reopen To Appreciative Customers
- Uncertainty Surrounds Bourne Parade, Motorcycle Ride
- Bourne Intermediate School Certified As 'Green' Building
- Bourne Bike Path Group To Hold Virtual Information Meeting
- Happy Hope Factory Recognized By Blue Cross Blue Shield
- Life During The Pandemic: Five Families Describe Their New World Amid COVID-19
- Ms. Froman Seeks Return To Board Of Selectmen
- Selectman Candidate Mr. Maloney Criticizes Bourne Select Board
- Planning Race: Ms. Azarovitz Seeks To Give Back To Town She Loves
- Planning Race: Mr. Meier Would Bring Construction Experience To Board
- Planning Race: Ms. Brown To Continue Work On Economic Growth
- Planning Race: Mr. Bryant Seeks To Impact Bourne Community