The virtual forum with the two candidates vying to represent the 5th Barnstable District in the Massachusetts House of Representatives, hosted by Sandwich Community Televis…
The Bourne Board of Sewer Commissioners voted unanimously Tuesday, October 27, to recommend approval of a Special Town Meeting warrant article that will add $135,000 to the…
Two cases of COVID-19 were identified in the Bourne Schools last week.
Concerns have been expressed over the past several weeks about the lack of activity at the construction site for Calamar’s new Tides at Bourne apartment complex.
October is not over yet, but the state is looking ahead to plans for a safe Thanksgiving.
People have been invited to take part in the Homeless for the Holiday Give a Gobble Turkey Drive, taking place Saturday and Sunday, November 7 and 8.
Former Bourne town administrator Thomas M. Guerino has landed a new gig.
"Unacceptable" water quality in unusually high number of water bodies sampled by nonprofit environmental organization raises alarms.
A tractor trailer caught fire and caused the shutdown of a portion of Route 6 near the Sagamore Bridge on Monday morning, October 26. The Bourne Fire Department reported th…
A car almost drove off the pier at Massachusetts Maritime Academy on Sunday afternoon, October 25.
The football team's newest member is an 11-year-old boy from Forestdale.
The Bourne Board of Selectmen has approved the town moving forward with possible purchase of county-owned property in Pocasset.
Senator Julian Cyr said that experts believe the next six to eight weeks will be challenging in terms of the pandemic.
A stretch of Scenic Highway may soon look quite different.
The machine gun range proposed for Joint Base Cape Cod is not the only gun range being proposed for construction in Massachusetts.
A gas leak on the campus of Massachusetts Maritime Academy sent one student to the hospital.
At the request of Massachusetts Maritime Academy, the Bourne Conservation Commission has postponed to next month a hearing on a proposed dormitory on Taylor Point.
The meeting is being held to inform parents and caregivers about updates to the at-home learning schedule for all students.
A man was rescued Tuesday afternoon, October 20, after he jumped off the Cohasset Narrows Bridge into Buzzards Bay.
The patient was taken to Tobey Hospital in unknown condition.
Students returned to the schools on Tuesday, October 13 - seven months to the day since schools shut down in March.
For several weeks, the site on which the new Tides at Bourne age-restricted apartment complex is being built has been devoid of activity.
The Bourne Planning Board has granted an extension of a special permit for a development at the site of a former motel on Scenic Highway.
The Bourne Planning Board has approved installation of a new solar farm project at the former Cape Cod Aggregates site off Scenic Highway.
Only one patient is being treated in an area hospital with COVID-19 as their primary diagnosis, Cape Cod Healthcare president Michael Lauf said.
Daylight Saving Time ends at 2 AM on Sunday, November 1. Residents are reminded to set their clocks back an hour before going to bed on Saturday night.
The American Legion Post 188 Honor Guard will be marching from the former Henry T. Wing School down Water Street to Sandwich Town Hall on Saturday, November 7, at 10 AM.
Heroes In Transition will hold its 11th annual fall gala on Friday, November 6, at 7 PM. The theme of this year’s gala, which is being held virtually, is “Improvise, Adapt …
Children’s Cove, the Cape and islands child advocacy center, is calling on parents and caregivers to be extra diligent in the prevention of online exploitation of children …
The Woods Hole, Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket Steamship Authority has scheduled two public information sessions on the proposed Fiscal Year 2021 operating budget and rate…
The Air Force Civil Engineer Center and Impact Area Groundwater Study Program will host an online public meeting with the Joint Base Cape Cod Cleanup Team on their environm…
Seniors and high-risk individuals both within and outside the Community Health Center of Cape Cod pharmacies have two pharmacy locations that offer a large range of service…
The Steamship Authority will honor all US military personnel, including those on active duty, veterans who have been honorably discharged and retired veterans, with free pa…
FCP Live-In, a leading premier full-service home care agency specializing in live-in home care, has appointed Susan Sampson, RN, as its director of nursing. The new positio…
The meeting of the Environmental Management Commission that had been tentatively scheduled for Thursday, October 22, has been postponed.
The Army Corps of Engineers announced that maintenance work will be done on the Bourne Bridge on Thursday, October 15.
The Sandwich-Bourne Lions Club is holding its annual coat drive through January 2.
There will be a regional household hazardous waste collection Saturday, October 17, from 9 AM to 1 PM at the Bourne landfill at 201 MacArthur Boulevard (Route 28 North).
CARE for the Cape and Islands has partnered with the US Army Corps of Engineers Park Rangers to present a socially distanced community volunteer opportunity. All are invite…
The Cape Cod Canal Region Chamber of Commerce is now selling its annual Christmas ornament, “Star of Hope.” It is hand-blown by master glassblower Michael Magyar of The Gla…
The Cape Women’s Coalition’s upcoming virtual roundtable will address the multiple challenges of COVID-19, the changing Cape Cod community and the economic downturn that is…
Cape Cod Hospital and Falmouth Hospital are in urgent need of blood donations. Numerous blood drives are being held across Cape Cod in October to benefit Cape Cod Healthcar…
Lori Duron, author of “Raising My Rainbow,” a book that chronicles her family’s experiences of raising a gender-creative child, will be the featured speaker at the annual m…
The Arts Foundation of Cape Cod is accepting grant applications for cultural nonprofits seeking financial assistance from the Cape Cod Arts Relief Fund.
Creating a Responsible Environment for the Cape and Islands is seeking nominations for its annual Business/Organization Stewardship Award and Youth Stewardship Award. The a…
The Bourne Public Schools will conduct screenings of 3- and 4-year-old children living in Bourne. The screenings are designed to review a child's development and to assist …
The Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority has announced that it has once again received a top rating from the US Department of Homeland Security Transportation Security Admin…
Two virtual forums will be held on Thursday, October 1, for contested local state representative candidates and Thursday, October 15, for Barnstable County Commission candidates.
The Bourne Cultural Council has announced that applications for the Fiscal Year 2021 monetary grant cycle will be available as of Thursday, October 1. The deadline for subm…
Cape Cod Healthcare is seeking requests for proposals from the nonprofit community organizations designed to reduce and/or prevent the occurrences and severity of chronic a…
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