A man from Bourne was taken to a trauma center in Rhode Island to be treated for several dog bites.
A rollover crash at the intersection of Barlows Landing Road and County Road resulted in one person being sent to the hospital.
The town administrator has recommended an operating budget for the pending fiscal year of more than $70 million.
Town officials have raised the ambulance fees charged when members of the Bourne Fire Department answer an emergency medical call. The increase is the first time in 11 year…
One of the town’s staunchest marijuana opponents has filed an Open Meeting Law complaint against the Bourne Board of Selectmen, specifically chairwoman Judith M. Froman.
As Bourne moves forward with efforts at economic development in downtown Buzzards Bay, town officials continue to grapple with the issue of available parking for incoming b…
The Bourne Town Clerk’s office has announced the dates relative to the town’s annual election in May. The timeline released by Town Clerk Barry H. Johnson includes when nom…
Hundreds of people gathered at the Massachusetts Maritime Academy this morning.
The Bourne School Committee interviewed the first two finalists for the superintendent position.
The final two candidates for Bourne superintendent were interviewed by the Bourne School Committee on Friday.
Students have been getting the chance to be inventors through the new Makerspace program.
The proposed Town of Bourne Fiscal Year 2021 budget will include capital spending totaling $3,704,000. That is the total amount of recommendations made by Town Administrato…
Firefighters from Bourne assisted their colleagues in Wareham at a three-alarm fire on Cranberry Highway. Bourne fire officials said the car repair shop where the fire brok…
Massachusetts State Police are searching for the individuals who moved five large blocks of concrete on the train tracks in Buzzards Bay.
Cadets at the Massachusetts Maritime Academy will set sail on their Sea Term this Saturday.
A ban on liquor store nip bottles is being deliberated by Bourne town officials.
The Bourne School Committee has a new member.
The new Hampton Inn, recently opened off Perry Avenue in Buzzards Bay, has been given its full occupancy permit by outgoing Bourne building inspector Roger M. Laporte.
The Bourne School Committee will be interviewing the finalists for the superintendent position over the course of two meetings this week.
Technology over the past decade has become more easily controllable and automatic, responding to the touch of a finger or the sound of a voice.
Two Brookline residents were hospitalized on Friday, January 3, after their car crashed into a tree off MacArthur Boulevard.
A Buzzards Bay man was taken by medical helicopter to the hospital after falling from the roof of his home on Head of the Bay Road.
In a year filled with Bourne news of every type and stripe—good, bad, provocative, inspirational—a number of stories stood out in particular. Here are the top five stories …
Drivers beware. As of next month, holding a cellphone while driving will be illegal in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Drivers will no longer be able to hold a cellphone…
Reported drug overdoses in the town of Bourne did not rise in 2019—nor did they go down.
Sandwich internist Munir Ahmed has been named chief transformation officer at Community Health Center of Cape Cod.
Sarah Mason, founder of Cape Cod Nail Company, will speak at the Tuesday, February 11, meeting of the Cape Cod Women’s Association to talk about her growing mobile nail sal…
Thomas Moakley of Falmouth has submitted the required certified signatures with Secretary of the Commonwealth William Galvin, officially putting him on the ballot for the M…
The Buzzards Bay Coalition will hold the 27th Buzzards Bay Swim on Saturday, June 27, in New Bedford and Fairhaven. Registration is open at savebuzzardsbay.org/swim with 40…
The Finnish-American Society of Cape Cod is offering two scholarships for Cape high school seniors of Finnish heritage who are pursuing higher education.
The Woods Hole, Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket Steamship Authority is accepting reservation requests for travel during the 2020 summer season, May 15 through October 20, 2020.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cape Cod & the Islands will celebrate National Mentoring Month at Cape Cod Beer's brewery on Thursday, January 30, from 6:30 to 8:30 PM.
The four Upper Cape Chambers of Commerce—Falmouth, Mashpee, Cape Cod Canal and Sandwich—are joining with the nonprofit Happy Hope Foundation for a Business After Hours netw…
The Société Francophone de Cape Cod held its first event of 2020 on Tuesday, January 7, at at the Bog Pub on MacArthur Boulevard in Bourne.
The Bourne Public Schools will conduct screenings of 3- and 4-year-old children living in Bourne on Friday, January 17. The screening is designed to review a child’s develo…
PFLAG Cape Cod is offering a $2,000 scholarship to a high school senior who will be graduating in 2020 from a Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard or Nantucket high school. To quali…
Representative Joseph P. Kennedy III will host a meeting at the Barnstable High School Cafeteria on Sunday, January 12. Doors open at 3 PM.
EforAll Cape Cod is seeking anyone interested in turning his or her dreams into businesses to participate in a variety of entrepreneurial advancement programs.
The Cape Cod Foundation announced that it distributed more than $5.5 million in grants and scholarships in 2019.
Friends Academy began morning bus service this week from Bourne and Marion to its North Dartmouth campus, making the preschool-grade 8 school more accessible to families on…
Barnstable County 4-H will hold a babysitting course on Tuesday and Wednesday, February 18 and 19, at the West Falmouth Library. The course runs from 10 AM to 2 PM both days.
Join Cape Cod PATH (People Against Trafficking Humans on Cape Cod) as they hold a candlelight vigil to recognize the 30 million people currently trafficked in modern-day slavery.
The Cape Cod Maritime Museum is offering an opportunity to assist in the restoration of an historic 1963 Beetle Cat.
Republican Jesse Brown has announced his campaign for state Senate in the Plymouth and Barnstable District in the special election to succeed former Senator Viriato “Vinny”…
Heroes In Transition is inviting anyone interested in learning more about next year’s 5th Annual Ruck4HIT to attend an informational session on Wednesday, January 8, at 6 P…
Greg Kiely, vice president and managing broker of Sotheby’s International Realty’s Cape Cod Brokerages, has been elected Cape Cod & Islands regional representative for …
Massachusetts State Fire Marshal Peter J. Ostroskey is advising residents to “Start the new year off right by promptly disposing of your Christmas tree. A dried out Christm…
No Place for Hate—Falmouth will hold an Active Bystanders’ Training workshop facilitated by Quabbin Mediation on Saturday, January 11, from 2 to 4:30 PM in the Falmouth Pub…
Coastal wetlands provide stunning views and are hosts to a vast biodiversity. But they provide another service to the warming Earth: they capture carbon from the atmosphere…
For the third consecutive year, Heroes In Transition donated holiday gift boxes to military families at Joint Base Cape Cod.
- New Years Day Plunge Draws Hundreds At Monument Beach
- State Appeals Court Upholds Conviction On Strangulation
- New Vehicles Top List Of Bourne DPW Capital Requests
- State Awards Transit Authority $345,600 For Enhanced Service In Bourne
- Passenger Injured In Bourne Crash
- Bourne Police Logs
- Selectman Suggests No Joint Session With FinCom On Budget Message
- Pumps, Pickup And Parking Lot Expansion On Bourne's Capital Plate
- Like Rest Of Nation, Upper Cape Residents Divided On Impeachment
- Falmouth, Buzzards Bay Vape Shops Close Due To Flavor Ban
- Branding Bourne Through New Signs
- Chief Sylvester Announces Retirement....Again
- Sewer Commission Approves Wastewater Allocation For New Brewery
- Recycling Committee: Make It A 'Green' Holiday
- Despite Opposition, Planners Approve Sagamore Beach Medical Complex
- Arbitrator Rules Against Bourne Firefighters' Union
- In Wake Of Bourne Crash, Community Reaches Out
- MMA Campus Hosts First Juvenile Sea Scallop Study
- Selectman Gives Reluctant Approval To Shellfish Grant Expansion
- Board Of Health To Amend Town's Vaping Regulations
- Major Plans Unveiled For Bait & Tackle Shop Store Property
- Three Cars Collide At Upper Cape Tech Entrance
- Aunt Identifies Teens Hurt In Boulevard Crash; Boys Remain In Intensive Care
- Four Finalists Named For Bourne Superintendent
- Homeless For The Holidays Effort Breaks Records
- Town Chooses To Keep Single Property Tax Rate
- Capital Requests From Bourne Schools Top $1.2 Million
- Bourne May Acquire AM Radio Frequency To Relay Emergency Information
- Federal, State Officials Set Sights On Replacing Bridges
- Bourne High School Recognized For Success In AP Classes