On October 3, President Donald J. Trump stood in the driveway of the White House and, in the presence of the assembled reporters and camera crews, called on China to invest…
Recent Editorials, Letters, Guest Articles
Bourne has an opportunity to reverse a decision and move the town forward at the pending October 28 Town Meeting. Once again, we will vote on retail recreational marijuana …
After the Civil War in America, there were groups of rich northerners who traveled to the South to take advantage of the post-war misery of southerners. They were called “c…
As a taxpayer, and after reading Michael Rausch’s article in the October 4 Bourne Enterprise about funding a new town administrator’s contract, I am disappointed in the sel…
On Sunday, a doughty band known as the Bourne Rail Trail Blazers will get on their bicycles on the mainland side of the Cape Cod Canal and pedal their way to Woods Hole as …
The Haven Center is seeking to repeal Bourne’s established bylaw of October 1, 2018, keeping more drugs out of Bourne.
A Boston-based marijuana company has submitted signatures to place an article on the warrant for the October 28 Bourne Town Meeting to repeal the ban on retail marijuana pa…
On Monday, October 28, it is time once again for the good residents of our town to take a stand against the drug users and profiteers.
The recent controversy on the purchase by Massachusetts Maritime Academy of prime commercial land for parking, as detailed in the September 27 edition of the Bourne Enterpr…
Eight hundred [and] seventy-six Massachusetts Maritime Academy student parking spaces both on and off campus in the village of Buzzards Bay. Wow!
In regard to the new veterinary program at Upper Cape Tech, it sounds like a great opportunity for those who are able to get in and that makes me worry.
Coming from the hardcore advocacy of private property rights superseding the use of eminent domain by private developers of so-called below-market/distressed value property…
Last Saturday, my wife Judy and I attended the dedication and tour of the town’s new intermediate school.
Monday brought the appalling news that the Bourne selectmen, having decided several months ago not to renew Thomas Guerino’s contract as town administrator, have agreed to …
Recent articles in The Bourne Enterprise about mitigation of traffic congestion in Bourne, including the Bourne Musings column in the September 13 edition, indicate the nee…
Sunday was the essence of September.
Put yourself in the shell of an eastern box turtle living in Bourne.
Drive into the parking lot of The Lodge At Kennebunk in Kennebunk, Maine, and walk over to the office with a sheet of paper containing ostensible directions, and the genera…
As we welcome in the new football season, the tragic stories of traumatic and long-lasting head injuries begin to pour in from players who are suffering, or have suffered, …
As a former advertiser (paid) of opposition to and the health effects from marijuana sales, distribution and use in Bourne, and recent renewer of my subscription to the Bou…
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