Bourne Police brought a man back to safety on Friday, October 11, after he tried to jump off of Sagamore Bridge.
A new era has dawned in the Town of Bourne. After nearly 15 years under the watch of Thomas M. Guerino, Bourne has a new town administrator.
If residents at the October 28 Special Town Meeting reject amending the FY 2020 budget to pay newly appointed town administrator Anthony E. Schiavi, the town still has ways…
The Town of Bourne could be the new owner of Bucky Barlow’s Boat Yard in Pocasset.
Bourne Community TV announced that the organization has encountered problems with their live broadcasts of meetings over the internet at the Bourne Veterans Memorial Commun…
Nearly two weeks have passed since former town administrator Thomas M. Guerino’s tenure in Bourne came to an end.
A section of Route 28A in Cataumet had to be shut down following an oil tanker rollover and diesel fuel spill. The spill dumped several hundred gallons of fuel into the ground.
The National Weather Service said the Upper Cape is in for some wet, windy weather over the next few days.
The Massachusetts Attorney General’s office has rejected a bylaw that was approved by Bourne's Annual Town Meeting in May.
The owner of the Scenic View Motel has taken legal action against the Bourne Board of Health.
Homeowners on Savary Avenue in Sagamore Beach who have relied on a shared-use septic system that failed more than a year ago now are on their own to install their own priva…
The Bourne Board of Selectmen has chosen Anthony E. Schiavi of Harwich as the new town administrator.
A draft report by the Army Corps of Engineers recommends replacing the Bourne and Sagamore bridges over the Cape Cod Canal.
Contaminants found in groundwater in Pocasset will continue to survive for decades to come, according to an Air Force analysis.
Most of the district performed at the same level as the majority of students across the entire state.
Most if the school's students were in line with the state averages.
When Special Town Meeting convenes October 28, residents will vote whether to approve the salary of Bourne’s new town administrator.
The Bourne Community Preservation Committee has approved six projects seeking Community Preservation Act funding. All six will be in the CPC article on the warrant for the …
In June of this year, Barnstable County passed an ordinance that created the new Human Rights Advisory Commission, which will have a different focus and function than its p…
Bourne has named a new building inspector—Kenneth L. Murphy of Harwich—to replace outgoing inspector Roger M. Laporte.
William F. Grant has resigned from the Bourne Planning Board.
Across Cape Cod, more than two-thirds of all coastal embayments and one-third of all ponds and lakes suffer from “unacceptable water quality” caused by excess nutrients, ac…
Nearly 50 bodies of water in Bourne have been pinpointed as impaired by the federal Environmental Protection Agency.
No love is lost between a number of residents of Taylor’s Point and the Massachusetts Maritime Academy, the college that sits on the peninsula.
Are Tom Brady and the New England Patriots a bigger draw for Bourne residents than the democratic functioning of town government? Could a Monday night football game be more…
A new partnership starting this month between CapeSpace and Cape Cod Community Media Center will offer reciprocal benefits to members of both organizations.
The new CapeFLYER rail stop beneath the Bourne Bridge will be named for former Brewster Fire Chief Roy Earl Jones III.
Falmouth Jewish Congregation will hold a Sukkah Open House on Saturday, October 19, from 3 to 4 PM.
The Massachusetts Department of Revenue has certified the Town of Bourne’s free cash account at more than $8 million.
Salon Evolution at 112 State Road in Sagamore Beach is hosting a Cut-A-Thon for Breast Cancer Awareness Month on Thursday, October 24, from 3 to 7 PM.
The New England Coastal Wildlife Alliance is sponsoring its annual beach cleanup at Scusset Beach State Reservation on Saturday, October 5 from 10 AM to 1 PM.
The Assembly of Delegates Charter Review Committee will hold a public meeting on a proposal to restructure the executive branch of county government on Wednesday, October 1…
The Harvest Dinner will be held on Saturday, November 9, 2019 at 5:30 PM in Crane Hall at the Bourne United Methodist Church, 37 Sandwich Road, Bourne.
A new program is set to begin Oct 26 from 9:30 AM to 3:30 PM at the Osterville Village Library called “The Human Library” aims to create dialogue and understanding between …
Making Strides Against Breast Cancer of Cape Cod will hold a non-competitive walk on Sunday, October 20, to raise awareness of the disease and funds to save lives from brea…
Representatives from the US Department of Agriculture’s Wildlife Services and the Cape Cod Rabies Task Force will be available at the Bourne Town Hall on Monday, September …
Cape Cod Human Resources Association invites business owners and human resource professionals to its monthly breakfast meeting at the Holiday Inn, Route 132, Hyannis, on Th…
The Massachusetts Department of Transportation will be doing sidewalk repairs to a section of Sandwich Road this week.
WE CAN, Women’s Empowerment through Cape Area Networking, an organization dedicated to helping Cape Cod women achieve lasting positive change for themselves and their famil…
The German American Club of Cape Cod will hold Oktoberfest at St. Mary’s Parish Hall, Route 6A, Barnstable, on Saturday, October 12, from 6 to 9 PM.
The Barnstable County Human Rights Advisory Commission seeks candidates to fill vacancies beginning January 1, 2020. The nine-member volunteer commission was recently restr…
Celebrate Cape Cod’s first people at the 18th Annual festival celebrating Wampanoag history and culture on Saturday, September 28 from 11 AM to 3 PM at Museums at Aptucxet,…
Barnstable County and the Barnstable County Economic Development Council has announced that funds are available from the Barnstable County License Plate Grant Program.
The Bourne Society for Historic Preservation, Inc. will be hosting its 17th Old Time Harvest Festival on Saturday, September 28, from 10 AM to 4 PM at the Briggs-McDermott …
Parents and community members are invited to participate in Bourne public schools' search for a new superintendent
The Pocasset Village Foundation, Inc., on Friday, August 16, submitted an application to the Bourne Community Preservation Committee for CPA funding to restore the exterior…
The tournament will allow the school to fund scholarships and Tool Awards.
The Bourne Public Schools will conduct screenings of children age 3 and 4 years old living in Bourne. The screening is designed to review a child’s development and to assis…
The Bourne Cultural Council has announced that applications for monetary grants that support artistic and cultural projects and activities in the Bourne community are now a…
Bike for clean water this fall at the 13th annual Buzzards Bay Watershed Ride on Sunday, October 6.
- Finalists Selected For Bourne's Town Administrator Position
- Academy's Land Purchase Disturbs Town Officials
- Bourne Voters Again Will Debate Legalizing Marijuana Sales
- Marijuana Back On Table
- Finalists At A Glance
- UCT Celebrates 50th Anniversary
- Finance Committee Begins Review Of Warrant
- Bourne's Departing Administrator Set To Receive Full Year’s Salary
- Maritime Academy Plans To Buy Buzzards Bay Property For Parking
- Bridge Work To Cause Lane Closure
- Six Rescued From Waterlogged Boat In Buzzards Bay
- Two People Taken To Hospital After Head-On Crash In Buzzards Bay
- Local Attorney, Bourne Committee Member Found Dead
- Patriots Game Could Push Back Date Of Bourne's Town Meeting
- Residents Get Demonstration Of Electronic Voting
- Cape Cod Canal Day’s Return Draws Crowds
- Former Bourne Officer Charged With Multiple Counts Of Defraud
- Unruly Man Arrested For Disorderly Conduct, Resisting Arrest
- Fairhaven Woman Placed On Probation For Drug Distribution Charge
- Bourne Capital Outlay Committee Reviews Funding Requests
- Creating Hope - Happy Hope Factory Assembles Fun Bags For Hospitalized Children
- Hen Cove Rehab, New Town Park, Bike Trail Seek CPC Funding In Bourne
- More EEE Mosquitoes Found In Bourne
- Planning Board Votes Support Of Occupancy Permit For Buzzards Bay Brewery
- Rabies Vaccine Baits To Be Distributed
- Motorcycle Accident Injures Two In Bourne
- Bourne Health Board Takes No Action On Poultry Complaint
- 2019 Best Of The Upper Cape: Our Readers' Choice Awards
- Pocasset Village Seeks Preservation Funding
- Collision Lands Motorcyclist In The Hospital