After a two-day criminal trial in Falmouth District Court this week, a jury found former Bourne Selectman Michael A. Blanton guilty Tuesday, December 18 on all counts of as…
Proceeds from the event will go toward a school program that feeds students on weekends.
Michael Blanton is accused of assaulting his former girlfriend on two occasions.
Bourne Town Administrator Thomas M. Guerino has announced that Erica M. Flemming, 38, from Lakeville, has accepted appointment as the town's new finance director.
Will Carreiro was named as this year's recipient of the Award for Academic Excellence.
Bourne police are warning the public of a suspicious fundraising campaign being conducted by telephone. The caller claims to be collecting charitable donations on behalf of…
After three delays over five months, former Bourne selectman Michael A. Blanton’s domestic violence trial is scheduled to begin Monday, December 17.
Sandwich administrators target a downtown former bank for new municipal buildings, but seniors enter the mix with their own plans.
The group considering seeking to reverse the recently passed bylaw banning recreational marijuana sales in Bourne is closing in on a decision on whether to pursue a reversal.
A longtime eyesore in Buzzards Bay may soon be demolished.
Two groups of students spent time this week cleaning up the yard of woman who is a single mother and disabled veteran.
a 4th grade boy from the James F. Peebles School heard back from a solder in Afghanistan who recieved his letter.
The Bourne School District held a forum November 29 to discuss lockdown procedures and security updates with parents.
Patrons will need to park at Water Wizz on Cranberry Highway and take a shuttle to the store.
The Cape Cod Commission has given its approval to Bourne’s Integrated Solid Waste Management facility to proceed with construction of its newest disposal cell, known as Pha…
Bourne officials are gearing up for the coming budget season, in which they will determine the proposed town budget for the coming fiscal year.
Homeless for the Holidays, the annual Yuletide toy, food and money drive founded and orchestrated by former Bourne firefighter Craig G. Poirier, broke records this year.
As the Bourne Board of Selectmen meets behind closed doors in executive session, drafting a host community agreement with the medical marijuana business slated to open on M…
Citations have been issued to the driver who police say caused a three-car collision last weekend on Sandwich Road.
Nearly half of the projected $6.7 million in capital funding requests for the town’s pending fiscal year may be taken up by the town landfill.
The event will be on Saturday, December 15 at the James F. Peebles School.
One person was transported by ambulance to Tobey Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries early Sunday morning after a head-on crash on Sandwich Road near the Gallo Ice …
Local developer Vincent P. Michienzi’s plans for redevelopment of several storefronts at the west end of Main Street has hit a bit of an obstacle.
The Army Corps learns what the public really thinks about the Cape's "functionally obsolete" bridges, and we talk about when President Bush came to Mashpee.
A request for a two-year extension of the restoration agreement between the Town of Bourne and Cape Cod Aggregates has been denied by the Bourne Zoning Board of Appeals.
For 22 years, Cape Cod students have followed Massachusetts Maritime Academy cadets taking part in their annual Sea Term. Thanks to MMA’s Follow The Voyage—Share The Experi…
A national interfaith gun violence service of remembrance will be Friday, December 14, at 5 PM at First Baptist Church Hyannis, 486 Main Street; the date is the sixth anniv…
The Cape Organization for Rights of the Disabled (CORD) for Housing 101, will hold a free workshop on housing options, programs and eligibility requirements, on Friday, Dec…
The Falmouth Police Department and British Beer Company are hosting another Tip-A-Cop fundraiser to raise money for Special Olympics Massachusetts.
Cape Cod Young Professionals (CCYP)—a nonprofit that works to connect, engage, and advance Cape Cod’s young workforce and future leaders—hosted its 13th Annual Community Br…
Now in its 15th year, Housing Assistance Corporation’s annual holiday telethon is being reinvigorated with a new name and a satellite location to increase engagement with l…
The German-American Club of Cape Cod will hold its annual Christmas Dinner Dance on Saturday, December 15, from 6 to 9:30 PM at Nelson Hall at St. David’s Episcopal Church,…
Cape Wildlife Center will hold a grand opening for its fundraiser gift shop on Saturday, December 15, from 10 AM to 3 PM.
ServSafe, a training program in applied food safety for the food service industry, will be offered on Tuesday, December 4, from 9 AM to 2 PM at the Barnstable County Comple…
The Cape Cod Women’s Association will hold a “speed networking” meeting Tuesday, December 11, from 5:30 to 8 PM in the Ivy Room, DoubleTree by Hilton, 287 Iyannough Road (R…
Bourne school bus drivers will sponsor a “Stuff a Bus” event on Saturday, December 15, from 9 AM to 4 PM at James F. Peebles Elementary School.
Starting next week, James P. Kinsella will assume the duties of managing editor for The Bourne Enterprise newspaper.
The Cataumet Schoolhouse will host its annual Deck the Halls holiday fair on Saturday, December 1, from 9 AM to 2 PM.
The Aptucxet Garden Club of Bourne will hold a greens and baked goods sale on Friday, December 7, from 4 to 8 PM and Saturday, December 8, from 9 AM to noon.
The Friends of Bourne COA Holiday Craft and Bake Sale will be Saturday, December 1, from 9 AM to 2 PM at Bourne Veterans Memorial Community Center, 239 Main Street, Buzzards Bay.
The Bourne Senior Center has reopened to the public after several months closed for repairs.
Cape Cod Community College will host a community conversation on Wednesday, November 28, from 2 to 4 PM about ending senseless gun violence. The event, “What Comes After ‘T…
The Barnstable County Sheriff’s Office will again this year lend its support collecting donations for the Homeless for the Holidays drive in Bourne. All new toys and nonper…
Cape Cod Disaster Animal Response Team (CCDART) is holding an eight-week pet food drive to benefit local food pantries.
Representatives of the University of Massachusetts Boston Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Cape Cod Community College program will hold an information session for area reg…
The Bourne Republican Town Committee will meet Monday, November 19, at 7 PM in the Bourne Veterans Memorial Community Center, 319 Main Street, Buzzards Bay. Light refreshme…
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is sponsoring an International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day event at Jonathan Bourne Public Library, 19 Sandwich Road, Bourne, o…
The Most Reverend Edgar M. da Cunha, SDV, the Bishop of Fall River, will award the Marian Medal to 79 laypersons from parishes throughout the Fall River Diocese at 3 PM on …
Community Health Center of Cape Cod will host an open enrollment and registration event Wednesday, November 28, from noon to 6 PM at its new Centerville location.
The Cape Cod Transgender Day of Remembrance Committee will mark the 19th annual Transgender Day of Remembrance with a program at the Cultural Center of Cape Cod on Tuesday,…
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