The mother of the 4-year-old boy who drowned at a swimming pool at the Cape Cod Campresort and Cabins in East Falmouth in 2017 filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the ca…
Only two election observers will be allowed within a Falmouth polling location at any given time on Election Day on Tuesday, November 3.
Falmouth will likely require special legislation to dismantle and dispose of the two wind turbines at the wastewater treatment plant site on Blacksmith Shop Road.
The majority of the construction of a luxury campground off Palmer Avenue is slated to be complete by the beginning of December, with an opening date of next March.
The Falmouth Select Board has directed Town Manager Julian M. Suso to identify parcels of land that would be suitable on which to build new fire stations on Sandwich Road a…
A Hatchville resident called police on Sunday, October 25, after she found a black doll’s head with “n---er luva” written on its forehead in her front yard.
“I used to be thrilled to see so many people going into stores with their reusable bags in their hands, especially during the holidays,” said Heather A.M. diPaolo, chairwom…
If President Donald J. Trump attempts to interfere with the presidential election results, Falmouth residents are ready to rally at the village green to “Protect the Results.”
Indoor programming will resume at the Gus Canty Community Center on Monday, November 2.
Decision comes after zoning board adds conditions to permit.
Three candidates are running for a two-year term on the Barnstable County Assembly of Delegates, the legislative branch of county government.
Falmouth Public Schools Director of Finance and Operations R. Patrick Murphy on October 20 gave the school committee an overview of the funding sources the district has use…
The Southeast Massachusetts Regional Transportation Citizens Task Force, or SMART, is working to move freight traffic to Martha’s Vineyard out of Falmouth.
Falmouth’s Main Street and an undisclosed location in Cataumet are the backdrop for a new TV Christmas movie. Filming on location is set to begin on Monday, November 2.
Article 3 of the November 16 Town Meeting seeks to transfer approximately 8,100 square feet at the Mullen-Hall Elementary School from the Falmouth School Committee to the t…
October is not over yet, but the state is looking ahead to plans for a safe Thanksgiving.
Vivid Event Productions’ music events at the Cape Cod Fairgrounds have been the subject of complaints from Falmouth and Mashpee residents.
Police are investigating the incident.
By Monday morning, October 26, word of a second thousand-dollar tip received at a Falmouth eatery was spreading around town early after a posting on the Facebook page of Be…
Falmouth is in line to receive $320,000 from the Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development through a block grant program authorized by the federal Coron…
The Falmouth Select Board authorized the taking of William Road in North Falmouth on Monday, October 26.
"Unacceptable" water quality in unusually high number of water bodies sampled by nonprofit environmental organization raises alarms.
Residents of Great Harbor treated Marjorie Rugen to a drive-by birthday parade to celebrate her 100th birthday on Wednesday, October 21.
Among a party of six people dining at C Salt Wine Bar & Grill in Falmouth recently was a patron who frequents the restaurant.
Senator Julian Cyr said that experts believe the next six to eight weeks will be challenging in terms of the pandemic.
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.
A drive-thru flu shot clinic is scheduled at St. Barnabas Episcopal Church on Main Street on Friday, November 6, from 1 to 3 PM.
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 …
Doug Tallamy, author of The New York Times bestselling book “Nature’s Best Hope,” will discuss the immense declines in plant and animal life caused by habitat loss—and how …
Belonging to Each Other has opened its sixth season of providing temporary housing for Falmouth’s homeless neighbors.
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 …
Sue Mellen, author of "A History of Theater on Cape Cod," will be part of a Falmouth Public Library Zoom presentation on Saturday, November 14, at 2 PM.
The Waquoit Congregational Church will hold a community interfaith prayer for unity, healing and peace on Wednesday, November 4, the day after the election. The event will …
Wayne Soares is an actor and comedian, and on October 13 he held the second annual Wayne Soares celebrity golf tournament to benefit homeless and disabled veterans. It is n…
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 challenge was daunting, the outcome never assured, but on October 11 students enrolled in SEA Semester set sail from Woods Hole aboard the SSV Corwith Cramer.
Falmouth Real Estate Taxes are due by Monday, November 2.
Hope and joy seem to be in short supply this fall. However, like many of her Woods Hole neighbors, one resident has found much of both—hope and joy, that is—right outside h…
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…
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…
In many cultures, lighting a candle or luminary is one way to remember the people who have been lost in their lives. It is a visible reminder they are still remembered.
Falmouth Housing Trust and the Falmouth Chamber of Commerce were among 10 organizations provided funding this quarter by the Martha’s Vineyard Bank Charitable Foundation. T…
Highfield Hall & Gardens will offer holiday-themed wreaths for purchase during the 2020 winter season. The holiday decoration is available now for preorder and can be p…
This year, due to the limitations of COVID-19, Woods Hole Golf Course cancelled Play for P.I.N.K. events. Instead, members donated $7,600 to the nonprofit organization.
The Marine Masonic Lodge is sponsoring two blood drives during the month of November to benefit Cape Cod Healthcare.
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 Museums on the Green, 55 Palmer Avenue, Falmouth, will host its “Watchman’s Night Off,” a free celebration of Halloween, on Friday, October 30, from 6 to 9 PM.
Gosnold will sponsor a drug take-back day in which unused medications can be dropped off at the Falmouth Police Stations tomorrow, October 24 from 10 AM to 2 PM. No paperwo…
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