The annual Homeless for the Holidays gift, food and money donation event once again has broken records.
Town officials have accepted the recommendation of the board of assessors to maintain a single property tax rate in Bourne.
Repairs to a wastewater treatment plant, upgrades to teaching technology, new mini-buses, and new playground equipment and surfacing fill this year’s capital requests from …
In this age of the internet and cellphones, taking a step back from technological advancement may provide the town with an extra measure of emergency protection.
In the words of US Senator Edward J. Markey, finding funding to replace the Bourne and Sagamore bridges over the Cape Cod Canal tops his to-do list.
Bourne High School was the only school on Cape Cod to receive the honor.
For the second week in a row, snow fell on Bourne, coating the town in a seasonal blanket of white.
Two new pieces of equipment and new fencing make up the list of capital funding requests for the town landfill.
On the evening of December 3, Bourne Building Inspector Roger M. Laporte was sitting comfortably at home, watching the board of selectmen’s meeting on Bourne Community TV.
Bourne police arrested a driver on Tuesday, December 10, who drove the wrong way on MacArthur Boulevard and then wound up on the railroad tracks behind the Buzzards Bay tra…
Bourne residents went all out to celebrate the beginning of the holiday season with bright lights, music, gingerbread... and oysters.
Massachusetts Maritime Academy has put on hold an initiative to obtain property in Buzzards Bay for the purpose of creating additional cadet housing.
General impressions to the contrary, construction of a new Bourne fire station on land currently owned by the county is not a fait accompli.
New vehicles topped town officials’ wish lists as the Bourne Capital Outlay Committee heard the first round of funding requests during its meeting Monday night, December 2.
Nurses in all of Bourne's schools will soon have access to the overdose reversal drug Narcan.
For 125 years the Cataumet Schoolhouse has stood in its own special spot on County Road in Cataumet.
A man from Bourne was tasered Sunday, December 1, when police attempted to arrest him.
Bourne Selectman Jared P. MacDonald has announced that he is running for the state Senate seat recently vacated by Viriato M. (Vinny) deMacedo.
The Bourne School District is another step closer to hiring a permanent superintendent.
A two-vehicle crash happened near the intersection of MacArthur Boulevard and Barlows Landing Road in Bourne Wednesday morning, December 4.
The Bourne School Bus Drivers are hosting their annual Stuff A Bus event next Saturday, December 14.
For the 19th year in a row, Homeless for the Holidays is underway, collecting gifts, food and money for the needy.
The first Tuesday of December brought with it the first snowstorm of the season.
A woman from Bourne faces a slew of charges, including drunk driving, after colliding with two vehicles, one of which was a Bourne Fire Department SUV at the scene of a wor…
A tractor trailer crash caused a temporary shutdown of Scenic Highway on Monday, December 2.
Communities near Joint Base Cape Cod can expect to hear explosions during planned detonations of munitions items discovered during ongoing investigation and cleanup activit…
Bourne residents have been invited to attend a retirement party for Bourne Building Inspector Roger M. Laporte.
The Woods Hole, Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket Steamship Authority is launching eFerry tickets, a contactless ticketing solution for passengers that will offer a quick and…
An ecumenical Blue Christmas Service will be held Tuesday, December 17, at 7 PM at the Church of the Messiah, 22 Church Street, Woods Hole.
Look for wintering seals and seabirds on a series of heated boat tours in Woods Hole with the Buzzards Bay Coalition and Patriot Party Boats starting Saturday, December 21 …
The Bourne and Sandwich Democratic Town Committees will be holding a potluck holiday party on Sunday, December 15, from noon to 3 PM at the home of Barb Howell.
It’s Open Enrollment Time at Community Action Committee of Cape Cod & Islands will hold an open enrollment event for health insurance December 14 from 9 AM to 3 PM. The…
The annual Bourne Christmas Tree lighting ceremony is set for Thursday, December 5, at 5:30 PM in Buzzards Bay. The lighting will be held behind the Bourne Veterans Memoria…
An analysis by the Association to Preserve Cape Cod of the 2019 volunteer spring herring counts show the results to be a mixed bag containing both good and bad news. These …
State Representative David T. Vieira and Senator Michael Rodrigues were named 2019 Distinguished Legislators during the first Legislative Gathering and Awards Dinner of CON…
The Buzzards Bay Coalition will seek out winter birds along the Cape Cod Canal December 7 from 8 to 10 AM, starting at Massachusetts Maritime Academy.
Cape Cod Healthcare has awarded the county Public Health Nursing Division $3,000 for outreach to vulnerable and underserved populations with the “Ask A Public Health Nurse”…
Massachusetts State Police officers and attorneys from the Cape & Islands District Attorneys Office will take on local police for the 18th annual Gravy Bowl flag footba…
When the TS Kennedy departs for Massachusetts Maritime Academy’s Sea Term 2020 on Saturday, January 11, Cape Cod will be well-represented. Aboard the 540-foot training vess…
The Bourne Women’s Club was awarded a Domestic Violence Awareness and Prevention Club Grant by the General Federation of Women’s Clubs of Massachusetts.
The Cape Cod Academy Board of Trustees have appointed Jeffrey Thompson as the sixth head of school. A business leader and entrepreneur, Mr. Thompson has served as Cape Cod …
Friends of Bourne Council on Aging will hold its annual holiday craft sale on Saturday, December 7, from 9 AM to 2 PM at the Bourne Senior Center, Bourne Veterans Memorial …
Habitat For Humanity of Cape Cod has appointed Wendy Cullinan to the position of executive director. She will take over from Vicki Goldsmith, who is retiring next month.
“Holiday Crazy Fair” will take place Saturday, November 30, at the Pocasset Community Club from 8 AM to 2:30 PM.
The Sandwich-Bourne Lions Club is holding its annual coat drive through January 3.
The Department of Integrated Solid Waste Management (ISWM) announces the following holiday schedule for the landfill, C&D transfer station and the residential recycling…
“Substance Abuse from the Front Lines,” a free informational program for the public, will be presented on Thursday, November 21, at 7 PM at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church on …
The first hard frost of the fall season last Friday night, November 8, has brought an end to the eastern equine encephalitis risk on the Upper Cape until next year, the Mas…
Logan Hawkes was heralded as being a respectful and motivated student with a bright future ahead of him.
The group seeking to educate the public on the dangers of substance use is hoping to expand its membership. Toward that end, folks are invited to attend an Open House next …
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